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Talking [FIXED!]Buggy Menu Dividers in Official ICS Port and MiniCMSandwich ROM!!!!!!!!!!

I don't know if anyone mind for the buggy (and ugly) menu dividers in the Official ICS Port and MiniCMSandwich ROM, but at lease I do.
Here there is a method to fix it.
Download the ZipThemer mod zip and use ZipThemer to patch the SemcGenericUxpRes.apk in system/framework to remove the buggy dividers, but other dividrrs originally without bug will not be affected. You don't have to turn Force GPU Rendering anymore.


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thanks!
it really helps me a lot
wonder why this method could help :P
 
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thanks!
it really helps me a lot
wonder why this method could help :P
Me2! I wonder what is the relationship between list divider and gpu...
But you can see its still buggy, we need to mod the framework-res.apk to make a perfect fix...

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Cool, that was a quick fix. Just a noob question with ICS, with the Force GPU rendering option does it somehow eat performance and affect the battery drainage?
 
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Cool, that was a quick fix. Just a noob question with ICS, with the Force GPU rendering option does it somehow eat performance and affect the battery drainage?
seems that i have this problem too

after force gpu rendering i got much battery drainage
 
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seems that i have this problem too

after force gpu rendering i got much battery drainage
Battery seems okay here, normal drain. Did you check CPU settings?
 
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Cool, that was a quick fix. Just a noob question with ICS, with the Force GPU rendering option does it somehow eat performance and affect the battery drainage?
Besides battery drain problem, some apps like ES File Browser, Ninjump, XPERIA S music will appear buggy after [Force GPU Rendering] is turned on though.
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Fixed 80%!

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Hey what?
U use arc s so is that you have xm or xmp or lww or active? Right?
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I will continue to discover how to fix this witgout removing the dividers...

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