Re: Some bluez-gnome 1.2 bugs

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Hi Fabien,

> >> I just started to play recently with bluez 4.x.
> >>
> >> I found at least two very annoying bugs in the bluez-gnome-1.2 wizard:
> >>    - On my debian testing system,  the wizard does not allow me to enter
> >> the pin code. The pin code just gets displayed a fraction of second an
> >> then disappears. As a consequence the default 123456 pin code gets used
> >> and pairing fails.
> > 
> > I am working on improving the PIN handling way, but at the same time I
> > have to make sure that it works with Simple Pairing and in the most
> > simple way. It is not that easy.
> I just retried with the latest 1.3 release. This time i am able to pair 
> my headset. :-)

it is not perfect yet. Just a quick hack to pick 0000 as PIN code for
headset devices.

> > Also for some devices the PIN code needs to be random instead of 123456.
> > 
> >>    - If i try to go back to the first wizard page where my bluetooth
> >> device is displayed, it is already selected. I have no way to go to the
> >> next page : the next button stays grey whatever i do. (screenshot attached).
> > 
> > Hold shift while selecting to unselect and then select again. I know
> > that this is broken.
> Looks you fixed that too :-).

It was actually pretty simple to fix.



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