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Default Why are my notifications hovering over my lockscreen?

This has only just started since I flashed CM11 from temasek.
Anyone know how I can turn this off? I can't seem to find a setting for it.

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That's a feature in his ROM. You have to go to settings->temasek spare parts->screen and animations->lockscreen notifications. There you can turn it off.

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That's a feature in his ROM. You have to go to settings->temasek spare parts->screen and animations->lockscreen notifications. There you can turn it off.

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Ahh fantastic. Couldn't find it for the life of me. Thanks for your help.
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Ahh fantastic. Couldn't find it for the life of me. Thanks for your help.
If you want to see something really crazy, try turning on the listview animation and listview interpolator. These are in the screen and animations settings.

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If you want to see something really crazy, try turning on the listview animation and listview interpolator. These are in the screen and animations settings.

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What does it do? So I know what I'm looking for.

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You will know as soon as you scroll your screen. I don't personally use it but a lot of people like it. Give it a try. Set listview animation to scale and interpolator to anticipate_overshoot_interpolator.

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You will know as soon as you scroll your screen. I don't personally use it but a lot of people like it. Give it a try. Set listview animation to scale and interpolator to anticipate_overshoot_interpolator.

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Wooaaaaaahhhhhh dude. That's. That's pretty special right there. I've often wondered what all those settings did and was too afraid to mess with it haha.

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