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[Q] Reduce size of on-screen buttons?

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By MoonFallsDown, Junior Member on 25th April 2014, 09:40 PM
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Just picked up my M8. Coming from an Evo LTE (Jewel), the size of the on-screen buttons is very frustrating. I keep finding myself typing in the wrong place. Tried immersive mode with an Xposed module, but eh.

I haven't seen a ROM yet that includes smaller on-screen buttons, but I know such a thing exists for other devices, so I can only assume it would be available for the M8.

Does this capability exist yet?;
 
 
25th April 2014, 10:14 PM |#2  
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Have you tried an Auto Hide keys app?

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...AY6s2xBJaKgdgO

I don't think there's a way to make them smaller without a custom ROM or Xposed module. As soon as ROM development kicks off then we should see much more customizability.
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Well, I didn't want to hide them completely; just make them take up less space on the screen. The immersive mode module for Xposed hides the buttons (as well as the status bar), but I'm not sure I want things things hidden all the time.
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Well, I didn't want to hide them completely; just make them take up less space on the screen. The immersive mode module for Xposed hides the buttons (as well as the status bar), but I'm not sure I want things things hidden all the time.

there is an app called "Dimension123" on the play store. There you can edit the height.
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there is an app called "Dimension123" on the play store. There you can edit the height.

I'm having a little difficulty finding it. Do you happen to have a link?

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I'm having a little difficulty finding it. Do you happen to have a link?

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Yeah, sorry. It's an Xposed module not an app on play store. You have to be rooted and using Xposes Installer.
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I am using Xposed and this is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks!
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https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...AY6s2xBJaKgdgO
try this one.
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