NormanDunbar wrote:Afternoon XorA,
That helped a lot! Thanks.
It only works in the GUI though, running in terminal mode - as my Pi Zero does, it made zero difference; it took 6 minutes 47 to get from start to exit with me waiting to type in F1 to pick the screen, any key to exit BOOT, then kill_uqlx to exit.
In the GUI though, it's miles better.
So, that solved my first problem, now, how do I get it to use the flipping internationalisation settings for a GB keyboard? Do you know? Everything else I run uses the correct settings, but sQLux seems to think it's using a US keyboard. I get an '@' sign when I want a double quote etc. (I'm not au-fait enough with SDL to figure it out yet.)
I haven't handled keymaps yet, it does a raw keycode->QL keymap, and PC keycodes are USA based.
I assume by terminal mode you mean running over X forwarding, SDL handles that particularly badly.
One of the reasons uQlx is faster is that it knowns when screen is damaged and only updates those peices. So its something I plan to try.