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This is simple answer screen inspired by easy answer. I created it to avoid accident rejecting calls and sloow rotation. The main feature is that it always remain in portrait mode and never try to rotate even if phone is in landscape mode.

 Be aware that this package will modify your syspart.conf file which can lead to unpredictable problems. Only for CSSU Thumb/Testing

Read post 29 and then think twice before you will decide to install this application.

Changing the settings like background wallpaper/color or enabling contact picture is possible by editing ~/.config/qslideanswer/qslideanswer.ini

Known bugs:
- multicall support

Source code: http://repository.maemo.org/extras-devel/pool/fremantle/free/source/q/qs...

Application versions: 
File qslideanswer_0.0.8.1_armel.deb396.04 KB25/02/2016 - 17:03

qslideanswer (

 * postinst and postrm fixed

qslideanswer (0.0.8)

  * GUI freeze fixed
  * Answer/reject indicator added
  * Cut window fixed
  * Always on top
  * Contact picture added
  * More settings

qslideanswer (0.0.7)

  * Add 500ms delay
  * Fix for "fix for rare black window bug"

qslideanswer (0.0.6)

  * probably fix for rare black window bug

qslideanswer (0.0.5)

  * Uncomment important (not tested) lines - headset support

qslideanswer (0.0.4)

  * Clean up code
  * Option to disable wallpaper
  * Fix for anonymous caller
  * Hide answer screen on active call status

qslideanswer (0.0.3)

  * Rotation bug fixed

qslideanswer (0.0.2) unstable; urgency=low

  * More verbose version

 -- kamil <kamil@debian>  Wed, 02 Jul 2014 5:58:11 +0200

qslideanswer (0.0.1) unstable; urgency=low

  * Initial Release.


elros34's picture

It points to application from which I draw the button appearance inspiration. I didn't know that harmattan version exists. There is no any c++/qml code from meego easyanswer in qslideanswer so why should I link it? It looks like android and meego version looks the same (at least settings menu) so whats the difference? Sorry but really I have no idea what you have in mind.

badpixel's picture

Why EasyAnswer link links to Android version of "EasyAnswer"?

There's LGPL-licensed "EasyAnswer" harmattan native: