Thanks for everyone who tried to help me for their patience.
You can use the CM7 cyanogenmod/tablet tweaks settings to move the status bar to the top and remove the navigation keys from it. Then you could use third party apps like Softkeys or Button Savior to add soft navigation keys to different parts of the screen. They are customizable.
I did notice that when I am at 180DPI I lose the menu to reboot, ect and only get a shutdown dialogue. This is the same in 200DPI and only at 240DPI does the menu come back. Is this the nature of selecting non-standard DPI or is this a bug of some sort?
I generally stick with 180DPI because it is the highest I can go and still get the phone GUI, but I noticed that many icons in the notification bar are teeny tiny at 180 DPI but just fine when at 160 DPI and 200 DPI. Again, bug or expected behavior?
Occasionally I find myself bumping the hidden buttons on the sides of the bottom bar, not so bad when I trigger the search, but most disconcerting when I put the nook to sleep! Not really a bug, more of a question--is it possible to unhide or remove those buttons?
Finally, while I really do like the way this patch makes things work, I wonder if it would be at all possible to keep the softkey configuration as is on the bottom, put the clock and the notification bar at the top--but use the ICS notifications? Presumably this would allow me to have the softkeys AND the 160 standard DPI resolution, as well as the other tablet beneficial features. Is such a thing possible or desirable?
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