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7th January 2015, 04:54 AM   |  #111  
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Anyone found a decent setting for Lollipop since the color settings screenshot is changed I can't "aim" anymore lol.

Hi, I recently updated to lollipop as well. Its awesome! Anw, what you can do to aim better is just turn on show touch data in developer options. What it does is to precisely measure where your touch is registered in the touchscreen on the X and y axis displayed at the top.
This trick can be used for KitKat as well.

The measurements are as follows:
X axis 718.5 (you don't wanna change this. Its in the center of the y axis)
Y axis 1012.5 (adjust the y axis according to your contrast preference. Or use this one.)

Note: If you use this y axis setting, make sure your font is set to newsmartgothic and medium size. Variation in the font size changes the layout of the paragraph on the colour adjustment page a little, making the picture placement be higher or lower. As the x and y axis is based on your screen and not the picture below, your contrast may be off. Oh, and you can change back to your own font settings after applying the changes.

Cheers!
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7th January 2015, 02:59 PM   |  #112  
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Hi, I recently updated to lollipop as well. Its awesome! Anw, what you can do to aim better is just turn on show touch data in developer options. What it does is to precisely measure where your touch is registered in the touchscreen on the X and y axis displayed at the top.
This trick can be used for KitKat as well.

The measurements are as follows:
X axis 718.5 (you don't wanna change this. Its in the center of the y axis)
Y axis 1012.5 (adjust the y axis according to your contrast preference. Or use this one.)

Note: If you use this y axis setting, make sure your font is set to newsmartgothic and medium size. Variation in the font size changes the layout of the paragraph on the colour adjustment page a little, making the picture placement be higher or lower. As the x and y axis is based on your screen and not the picture below, your contrast may be off. Oh, and you can change back to your own font settings after applying the changes.

Cheers!


By using your values its easier by viewing the picture if anyone want to try it...it look pretty good though!!!
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8th January 2015, 03:47 AM   |  #113  
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Originally Posted by 1nd1g0

Hi, I recently updated to lollipop as well. Its awesome! Anw, what you can do to aim better is just turn on show touch data in developer options. What it does is to precisely measure where your touch is registered in the touchscreen on the X and y axis displayed at the top.
This trick can be used for KitKat as well.

The measurements are as follows:
X axis 718.5 (you don't wanna change this. Its in the center of the y axis)
Y axis 1012.5 (adjust the y axis according to your contrast preference. Or use this one.)

Note: If you use this y axis setting, make sure your font is set to newsmartgothic and medium size. Variation in the font size changes the layout of the paragraph on the colour adjustment page a little, making the picture placement be higher or lower. As the x and y axis is based on your screen and not the picture below, your contrast may be off. Oh, and you can change back to your own font settings after applying the changes.

Cheers!

Yeah I just did the same with the values... It looks pretty damn nice.
18th January 2015, 05:26 PM   |  #114  
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Originally Posted by 1nd1g0

Hi, I recently updated to lollipop as well. Its awesome! Anw, what you can do to aim better is just turn on show touch data in developer options. What it does is to precisely measure where your touch is registered in the touchscreen on the X and y axis displayed at the top.
This trick can be used for KitKat as well.

The measurements are as follows:
X axis 718.5 (you don't wanna change this. Its in the center of the y axis)
Y axis 1012.5 (adjust the y axis according to your contrast preference. Or use this one.)

Note: If you use this y axis setting, make sure your font is set to newsmartgothic and medium size. Variation in the font size changes the layout of the paragraph on the colour adjustment page a little, making the picture placement be higher or lower. As the x and y axis is based on your screen and not the picture below, your contrast may be off. Oh, and you can change back to your own font settings after applying the changes.

Cheers!

I don't understand.. Where to put these parameters ? Thanks..

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19th January 2015, 06:08 PM   |  #115  
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I don't understand.. Where to put these parameters ? Thanks..

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You dont input them pal. Go to developer options (keep tapping the software version in about phone). Enable data input on touches then go to the screen colour options in accessibulity and move your thumb to match the parameters (quite tricky)

Nice display though 😜

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19th March 2015, 11:05 PM   |  #116  
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Any combination to get super amoled on LL?
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Originally Posted by 1nd1g0

Hi, I recently updated to lollipop as well. Its awesome! Anw, what you can do to aim better is just turn on show touch data in developer options. What it does is to precisely measure where your touch is registered in the touchscreen on the X and y axis displayed at the top.
This trick can be used for KitKat as well.

The measurements are as follows:
X axis 718.5 (you don't wanna change this. Its in the center of the y axis)
Y axis 1012.5 (adjust the y axis according to your contrast preference. Or use this one.)

Note: If you use this y axis setting, make sure your font is set to newsmartgothic and medium size. Variation in the font size changes the layout of the paragraph on the colour adjustment page a little, making the picture placement be higher or lower. As the x and y axis is based on your screen and not the picture below, your contrast may be off. Oh, and you can change back to your own font settings after applying the changes.

Cheers!

Hi, thanks for your advice. But when i use these values, there is just a minor difference compared to stock colours, is this correct ?
22nd March 2015, 03:06 AM   |  #118  
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Hi,
Yep, its a minor, but quite noticeable difference, esp in lollipop. (eg. Try toggling on/off colour adjustment and pulling down the notification bar to see the difference in gray tones.) If you'd like darker tones, increase the y axis values.

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22nd March 2015, 07:57 PM   |  #119  
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Any way to get this effect on AOSP roms? I would love to increase contrast and saturation but trickster mod doesn't have many color options.

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