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15th May 2012, 04:41 PM   |  #21  
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Realy wooooow
Wich nightly do you use?

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The latest.

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16th May 2012, 02:20 AM   |  #22  
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Not sure if I'm the only one who feels this way but the AOKP implementation for WebOS recents looks horrible, same for sense UI. Now maybe this was just overlooked as I'm sure judging by the size that on a phone or other device with a 240ish or greater dpi this would be acceptable. Thus my reason for still using the WebCM9 patch. If the scaling could be corrected for recents in from control, I'm sure I and many others would be happy.

Also, if I apply the alternate recents and use the custom dpi set to 140 the system UI crashes and won't come back. 2 good reasons not to use the rom control recents.

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16th May 2012, 11:03 AM   |  #23  
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120 dpi issues with 20120514 and 20120516
17th May 2012, 01:41 AM   |  #24  
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I can second the DPI issues with anything lower than 160. On another note, came home today to find my tab showing the boot screen. It might have been boot looping all day. Did a hard reset, and got the battery charge screen. Might just have been a fluke, or could be a problem with this rom. Tablet has been on the touchstone for about 20 min now and still haven't seen it attempt to boot yet. I was gunna benchmark this setup but I might just revert to regular AOKP.
17th May 2012, 09:27 AM   |  #25  
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new nightly now

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18th May 2012, 12:32 AM   |  #26  
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new nightly now

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Any noticeable changes?

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18th May 2012, 08:55 AM   |  #27  
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Hi all! I'm the original creator of the PCB Theme, and I am very happy to hear that you guys like it. A couple of notes about the status of it though. First, it is based on AOKP, therefore our nightlies have the latest submitted code from AOKP. Any bugs that exist are more than likely to come across to AOKPCB. Team Kang is awesome and has been a great help, but they (and we, Team Broccoli) also manage MANY devices, so it's hard to get everything perfect for each. As this ROM is still quite young, we're trying to get 'super' organized over the next few days, so new nightlies may not appear until then.

In terms of tablets, I have a TF101 myself, so it is great to be able to see/use the UI on an actual device while testing, however the Tablet UI version of PCB Blue does still need some work. I am trying to put in more and more as much as I can, however I am a freelancer working for myself, so I have certain other priorities that I need to get done in order to eat and pay bills Rest assured, I have put a LOT of time into this theme, and I will not stop until I believe it is *perfect* (of which a day will probably never come!)

Also yes, changing the DPI appears to have adverse effects, and it's on the 'known issues' list. If you can bear with it in the meantime, it's probably a good idea to just run at Stock DPI for now...

Thanks a bunch once again for your interest, and feel free to check out more (incl. news/updates, IRC Chat, etc.) on our PCB Mini-Site. Cheers!!
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18th May 2012, 01:50 PM   |  #28  
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NICE ROM
Yep, broke down and purchased yet another Touchpad for myself this time (32g NIB for $200!)...just so i can start flashing different ROMS to check them all out.
Spent a good portion of last night, going thru about 6 ROMS...all with slight differences, but overall ICS is a rocking OS for the TP.

Just wanted to say, NICE ROM. The theme is fantastic and overall aesthetically pleasing. Props to you on that. Looking forward to a theme add-on allowing to change the overall color only. (red-green-yellow-orange?)
There are plenty of bells and whistles to play with, as well as runs very smooth.
No wi-fi issues either!
Not a huge fan of the boot animation, sound is a nice add on though.
Keep up the good work.

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19th May 2012, 03:17 PM   |  #29  
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Just installed this rom today. Its a really awesome theme. Perfect addition to aokp.

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Hi all! I'm the original creator of the PCB Theme, and I am very happy to hear that you guys like it. A couple of notes about the status of it though. First, it is based on AOKP, therefore our nightlies have the latest submitted code from AOKP. Any bugs that exist are more than likely to come across to AOKPCB. Team Kang is awesome and has been a great help, but they (and we, Team Broccoli) also manage MANY devices, so it's hard to get everything perfect for each. As this ROM is still quite young, we're trying to get 'super' organized over the next few days, so new nightlies may not appear until then.

In terms of tablets, I have a TF101 myself, so it is great to be able to see/use the UI on an actual device while testing, however the Tablet UI version of PCB Blue does still need some work. I am trying to put in more and more as much as I can, however I am a freelancer working for myself, so I have certain other priorities that I need to get done in order to eat and pay bills Rest assured, I have put a LOT of time into this theme, and I will not stop until I believe it is *perfect* (of which a day will probably never come!)

Also yes, changing the DPI appears to have adverse effects, and it's on the 'known issues' list. If you can bear with it in the meantime, it's probably a good idea to just run at Stock DPI for now...

Thanks a bunch once again for your interest, and feel free to check out more (incl. news/updates, IRC Chat, etc.) on our PCB Mini-Site. Cheers!!

Scar45, just for the sake of it, you should start a thread in the dev section. The rest of us will more than likely keep the thread alive. All you have to do is put general reference links to your main page.

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