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29th January 2013, 10:05 PM   |  #771  
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Originally Posted by markp99

Tell me more... (as in HOW - Settings > Themes was no help.)

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=37195057

Use the link. Download the files and folow the second quote:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=37250698
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30th January 2013, 12:22 AM   |  #772  
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Yay, Tablet UI under CM10.1!

<< that's my THUMB saying thanks for not having to reach for the center-justified controls

Used Root explorer to push the files and set to proper permissions as described above. Took 5 mins.

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Re: [ROM][P75xx][JB][4.2.1] CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightly Discussions
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Originally Posted by kiez

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=37195057

Use the link. Download the files and folow the second quote:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=37250698

Thank you, thank you! This is so much better.

Can't we come to the realization that the unified ui with the controls in the the middle are inferior? I hate reaching across to go back. It's not where my thumb is!

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Originally Posted by woodsdog

Thank you, thank you! This is so much better.

Can't we come to the realization that the unified ui with the controls in the the middle are inferior? I hate reaching across to go back. It's not where my thumb is!

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Honestly I like the new look with devided notification and fast settings bar.
Only the navigation in the middle I don't like, but with the navigation settings it was easy to at least move the back button to the left. But I'd prefer to have the current look and only mofe the whole navigation bar to the left as it was in the tabletUI
30th January 2013, 06:31 AM   |  #775  
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New gapps in the OP, here is the link http://www.mediafire.com/?44xhky6dyx4wlw2

-Fix default widget in lockscreen
-Fix built-in clock widget in lockscreen


Credit to dreamcwli for the work.
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30th January 2013, 03:50 PM   |  #776  
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Honestly I like the new look with devided notification and fast settings bar.
Only the navigation in the middle I don't like, but with the navigation settings it was easy to at least move the back button to the left. But I'd prefer to have the current look and only mofe the whole navigation bar to the left as it was in the tabletUI

They way I use my tablet my thumbs are on the sides of the screen at the bottom. I have to do unnatural manipulation to go to the top to pull down the notification bar or the settings. It's awkward no matter how I try to do it. Touchwiz was much better in that regard.
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Anyone else stuck with muted sound after updating to the 20130129 nightly?

The volume rocker brings up the sound volume overlay but neither the rocker or touchscreen allow volume to be adjusted. It's stuck at full volume but muted, so getting no sound at all. This applies to media volume as well as as notifications volume. Strangely, the volume controls do work for the Alarms volume.

I've tried rebooting, accessing volume from rocker and from settings panel.
Last edited by monkeyhybrid; 30th January 2013 at 04:10 PM. Reason: Edited because I was on the 20130129 nightly, not 20120130 as first specified.
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They way I use my tablet my thumbs are on the sides of the screen at the bottom. I have to do unnatural manipulation to go to the top to pull down the notification bar or the settings. It's awkward no matter how I try to do it. Touchwiz was much better in that regard.

i'd recommend trying apex or nova launcher then....using nova personally but i can swipe up for notifications, down for quick toggles....could also do this with any icon in nova....could also use lmt....there's not really any dependency on the status bar or the nav bar anymore in android
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Originally Posted by kiez

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=37195057

Use the link. Download the files and folow the second quote:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=37250698

Thanks a bunch. It feels like I've taken off an itchy shirt and put on a comfortable T-shirt.
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I am glad people are liking that mod to change the location of the nav keys.

BUT.... that discussion does not belong in this thread since it is a mod that changes stock behavior. Please move the conversation to the appropriate thread regarding the mod.

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