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Any AOSP Roms with TW Notification Toggles?

4th September 2014, 01:20 AM   |  #11  
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Oops, Sorry! I just realized that you didn't just want scrollable toggles, you want the full expandable TW Toggles. I use the scrollable mode, which is similar, but not the same. And it doesn't expand to a full page. Again, sorry for getting your hopes up ):

You mean how they scroll side to side? I like that it does that. The most important thing though is that brightness slider. Actually I wouldn't even mind if the toggles didn't show in the main notification window dropdown, as long as there is that brightness slider. Autobrightness is just, never where I want it.
4th September 2014, 01:22 AM   |  #12  
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You mean how they scroll side to side? I like that it does that. The most important thing though is that brightness slider. Actually I wouldn't even mind if the toggles didn't show in the main notification window dropdown, as long as there is that brightness slider. Autobrightness is just, never where I want it.

They scroll to the side, but there is no way to get a while page of toggles. Yes though, there is a brightness slider.
5th September 2014, 12:12 AM   |  #13  
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You mean how they scroll side to side? I like that it does that. The most important thing though is that brightness slider. Actually I wouldn't even mind if the toggles didn't show in the main notification window dropdown, as long as there is that brightness slider. Autobrightness is just, never where I want it.

Eclipse has a mod where if you swipe the statusbar it will adjust brightness manually. It's enabled by default
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