Digging at an old thread just because I wasn't around when this came up. Never too late to thank someone for good work.
I absolutely love web-orbiter 2.0 and use it on lots of devices in my house. As you said in your first few posts you developed it for use in in-wall applications, I also am looking for 'easy' ways of adding orbiters to in-wall mounts around my home. Because it runs in a browser I am looking at extremely cheap tablets, checkout aisle hardware. Touch-to-wake and browser going to hibernate have been two areas I am critical on as having to press a tiny power button or type a login/device select defeats the purpose of having a readily available orbiter in the placement I am adding them (next to light switches). Would you mind if I asked what devices you like to use for these type of in-wall applications? My screen/device size is pretty narrow because if I exceed 7" diagonal screen or 8'ish" diagonal device size I can't make it look proper in a standard wall plate. I can stretch my custom made plate covers some but the more I do the more the eye tells you something isn't quite right.
To update this thread my quick update of devices running WO2.0 is:
Sony PS Vita - Vibrant and beautiful, my favorite and most responsive WO
HP t5500 thin client, running Win CE 4.20?, IE - worked w/ keyboard or mouse, didn't have a touchscreen to test with
Nintendo DS XL - same resolution as suggested for DS
iPhone 4 w/ iOS 5 - several issues with Dianemo and Roaming Orb (trac ticketed) but works great w/ WO2.0
Some devices not quite able to run WO2.0
Nintendo DS lite - I get memory errors using, this uses the same Opera version as the DS XL
Sony Playstation Portable 2000 (PSP thin) - believe this to be a java issue
Project boxes (several) - I have been trying to do minimal requirement browser based WO2.0 on several project machines using Tiny Core Linux and Damn Small Linux. I forget the various browsers I have tried but I am trying things such as IceWeaver and Lynx with hopes of keeping install size as small as possible. If I get something working I will let you know, provided it's helpful to you.