fix bracket bug (thanks to Nix_niX)
[enigma2.git] / lib / python / Screens / InputBox.py
index 6cdb42e..43b8a8b 100644 (file)
@@ -22,16 +22,12 @@ class InputBox(Screen):
                        "back": self.cancel,
                        "left": self.keyLeft,
                        "right": self.keyRight,
-                       "delete": self.keyDelete,
-                       "moveLeft": self.keyLeft,
-                       "moveRight": self.keyRight,
-                       "moveHome": self.keyHome,
-                       "moveEnd": self.keyEnd,
+                       "home": self.keyHome,
+                       "end": self.keyEnd,
                        "deleteForward": self.keyDelete,
                        "deleteBackward": self.keyBackspace,
                        "tab": self.keyTab,
                        "toggleOverwrite": self.keyInsert,
-                       "accept": self.go,
                        "1": self.keyNumberGlobal,
                        "2": self.keyNumberGlobal,
                        "3": self.keyNumberGlobal,
@@ -43,8 +39,9 @@ class InputBox(Screen):
                        "9": self.keyNumberGlobal,
                        "0": self.keyNumberGlobal
                }, -1)
-               rcinput = eRCInput.getInstance()
-               rcinput.setKeyboardMode(rcinput.kmAscii)
+               if self["input"].type == Input.TEXT:
+                       rcinput = eRCInput.getInstance()
+                       rcinput.setKeyboardMode(rcinput.kmAscii)
 
        def gotAsciiCode(self):
                self["input"].handleAscii(getPrevAsciiCode())
@@ -88,7 +85,7 @@ class InputBox(Screen):
 
 class PinInput(InputBox):
        def __init__(self, session, service = "", triesEntry = None, pinList = [], *args, **kwargs):
-               InputBox.__init__(self, session = session, text="9876", maxSize=True, type=Input.PIN, *args, **kwargs)
+               InputBox.__init__(self, session = session, text="    ", maxSize=True, type=Input.PIN, *args, **kwargs)
                
                self.waitTime = 15
                
@@ -102,13 +99,20 @@ class PinInput(InputBox):
                                remaining = (self.triesEntry.time.value + (self.waitTime * 60)) - time()
                                remainingMinutes = int(remaining / 60)
                                remainingSeconds = int(remaining % 60)
-                               self.onFirstExecBegin.append(boundFunction(self.session.openWithCallback, self.closePinCancel, MessageBox, _("You have to wait for") + " " + str(remainingMinutes) + " " + _("minutes and") + " " + str(remainingSeconds) + " " + _("seconds."), MessageBox.TYPE_ERROR))
+                               self.onFirstExecBegin.append(boundFunction(self.session.openWithCallback, self.closePinCancel, MessageBox, _("You have to wait %s!") % (str(remainingMinutes) + " " + _("minutes") + ", " + str(remainingSeconds) + " " + _("seconds")), MessageBox.TYPE_ERROR))
                        else:
                                self.setTries(3)
 
                self["tries"] = Label("")
                self.onShown.append(self.showTries)
 
+       def gotAsciiCode(self):
+               if self["input"].currPos == len(self["input"]) - 1:
+                       InputBox.gotAsciiCode(self)
+                       self.go()
+               else:
+                       InputBox.gotAsciiCode(self)
+
        def keyNumberGlobal(self, number):
                if self["input"].currPos == len(self["input"]) - 1:
                        InputBox.keyNumberGlobal(self, number)
@@ -117,7 +121,7 @@ class PinInput(InputBox):
                        InputBox.keyNumberGlobal(self, number)
                
        def checkPin(self, pin):
-               if pin is not None and int(pin) in self.pinList:
+               if pin is not None and pin.find(" ") == -1 and int(pin) in self.pinList:
                        return True
                return False
                
@@ -136,18 +140,22 @@ class PinInput(InputBox):
                                pass
        
        def closePinWrong(self, *args):
+               rcinput = eRCInput.getInstance()
+               rcinput.setKeyboardMode(rcinput.kmNone)
                print "args:", args
                self.close(False)
                
        def closePinCorrect(self, *args):
+               rcinput = eRCInput.getInstance()
+               rcinput.setKeyboardMode(rcinput.kmNone)
                self.close(True)
                
        def closePinCancel(self, *args):
+               rcinput = eRCInput.getInstance()
+               rcinput.setKeyboardMode(rcinput.kmNone)
                self.close(None)
                        
        def cancel(self):
-               rcinput = eRCInput.getInstance()
-               rcinput.setKeyboardMode(rcinput.kmNone)
                self.closePinCancel()
                
        def getTries(self):