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For Multi window app selection why not just put a small button on the far left edge of the Nav bar? Allow the user to set a few favorites in a drawer with a option of an app drawer to select any app (see the application drawer option in gravity box) While I understand this will only work on devices with on screen nav keys I see it as the most natural option for those devices.
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Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't OmniSwitch the Multi-Window thing for OmniROM?

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Originally Posted by gummie View Post
Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't OmniSwitch the Multi-Window thing for OmniROM?
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