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I remember using this option either in Omni or CM rom. Sorry I flashed so many times hadn't kept track of things. But I'm sure its in one of these ROMs.
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I have gravity box for the pull down. Has everything I need there, for anything else I use Tasker.

It's worth spending the time learning how to use Tasker.

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...for anything else I use Tasker...
How do you use Tasker in this case?

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Quick toggle is present in gravity box, you need to use "override default title behavior" option under quicksettings management.
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How do you use Tasker in this case?
For pull down quick toggle i don't. I use gravity box. For home screen toggles I use Tasker.

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Power toggles will do exactly that


You are right about the first part - the notification icon. Because I have a battery icon on the left side of the notification area anyway, I guess it doesn't make a difference to me (since I can have the power toggles icon show the battery level instead).
Adding/removing toggles is fairly easy though - just open the power toggles app, and customize away.

But in the end, what matters is what works for you, and if power toggles doesn't work for you, it doesn't


The app has to keep a notification icon because it's a security feature that was added to android a few versions back, to prevent malicious apps from running in the background without user knowledge.
 
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Other than the squares being a little bigger, there isn't any difference between the toggles and edits that GravityBox uses and the Samsung stock toggles. They're the CM version of the same thing.

I have an S2 stock and Nexus 5 with GravityBox and side by side the difference is size and layout and you can edit the layout easily enough. Also there is no persistent notification.

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Cataclysm got closed because it was just getting non stop replies asking where the dev was, because he basically adds his editions to stock rom and leaves it at that. It even states an update will come when Google release a new version to go off. Some people just want to flash a rom every 3 hours tho or they're not happy

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