LMT Launcher for Android 2.9 beta 4

LMT Launcher for Android 2.9 beta 4
Requirements: 4.0.3+
Overview: LMT is a tool for Android (tested already on multiple devices but should run on nearly all) that launches a command when perform single touch or multitouch gestures on the screen (In any app/screen/etc.). You can connect basic and advanced commands to any gesture LMT supports. In addition to the gestures you can activate a system-wide PieControl for navigation like the feature in the ICS stock browser (touch the side of the screen to activate it).


Download the latest apk, copy it to your phone and install it via file explorer. For the pie just start LMT, set actions to the different pie slices and start the TouchService. If you want to use gestures and/or ISAS first try to use the auto configuration feature. If gestures and ISAS are not working correctly afterwards, set the specified input device for your phone and for ISAS set the proper touchscreen to screen factors manually (see Troubleshooting section for details).

Square (start gesture top left cw)
Diamond (start gesture at the bottom cw)
Delete (start gesture top left)

None -> Trigger no command
App -> Trigger an arbitrary app
Home -> Switch to home screen
HomeLongpress -> Trigger the TaskManager
Menu -> Trigger the menu key
Back -> Trigger the back key
Search -> Activate search
SearchLongpress -> Activate voice search
NextApp -> Switch to the next running app
PrevApp -> Switch to the previous running app
LastApp-> Switch to the last opened app
OpenNotificationBar-> Open the notification bar
OpenQuickSettings-> Open the quick settings
OpenKeyboard-> Open the soft keyboard
OpenPowermenu -> Open the power menu
Wifi -> Toggle the Wifi mode
Data -> Toggle the data mode
Bluetooth -> Toggle the Bluetooth mode
GPS -> Open the GPS mode
Key -> Trigger an arbitrary key (e.g. “3” for the HOME key – see   developer.android.com  …/KeyEvent.html for keycodes)
Activity -> Trigger an arbitrary activity (e.g. “com.android.lmt.InfoActivity” for the LMT info page)
WebPage -> Open an arbitry webpage (e.g. “http://forum.xda-developers.com”)
Script -> Open an arbitrary script (e.g. “/mnt/sdcard/sendevent.sh” for Home Longpress – see attached script sendevent.sh)
KillApp -> Kill the current foreground app and switch to home screen
KillAllApps -> Kill all apps and switch to home screen
TaskerTask -> Start a predefined tasker task (You should avoid spaces in your task name)
Shortcut -> Start a system shortcut
Screenshot -> Take a screenshot
PiePointer -> Activate the pie pointer feature (only for pie actions)

The ISAS (invisible swipe areas) can be used to swipe with one finger from the sides to to center of the screen (like you would bring up the pie) to trigger actions. E.g. you could use the 3 ISAS at the bottom of the screen to trigger back, home and recents with just swipes when the navbar is hidden. Those swipes are as fast and reliable as normal button presses. In order to make the ISAS work you have to do the following setup:
activate gestures via setMode (because ISAS are being recognized via the internal gesture engine)
Configure min bbox size. Actually this is the length in pixel the swipe must be long, so that the corresponding action for the ISA is being triggered.
Configure activation area size. This is the height (for bottom/top ISAS) or the width (for left/right ISAS) of the area, where the swipe must be started in. So the lower the value, the more precise you have to start the swipe at the side of the screen
Last but not least the touchscreen to screen factors: As for some devices the touchscreen uses a different coordinate system as the screen, you have to adjust here the values for x and y. For the Nexus devices I added those values already to the OP and in later versions I’ll introduce a kind of auto calibrate. But for now it is a little bit of testing…
Once the setup is complete you can assign your actions to the 12 available ISAS!


I fixed one last problem I found with LMT on P today, so I can push a new beta. Can you please test this new version and let me know, when you find issues with P? Thanks! :)

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