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10th May 2014, 10:34 PM |#11  
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Can you move the clock to the center of the status bar with xposed on this device?
can you use the volume buttons to change songs while the screen is off?
 
 
11th May 2014, 04:42 AM |#12  
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What theme are you using looks sweet

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Thanks! Its the Cool black theme.
12th May 2014, 01:02 PM |#13  
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Thanks! Its the Cool black theme.

Where did you get it from? I can't seem to find it in the theme manager
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Can you move the clock to the center of the status bar with xposed on this device?
can you use the volume buttons to change songs while the screen is off?

It's already in the center on ColorOS which causes notifications to often go into overflow... I HATE centerclock for this reason (and you'll find that issue is why many custom firmwares refuse to merge that feature - it breaks notification icon layout)
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It's already in the center on ColorOS which causes notifications to often go into overflow... I HATE centerclock for this reason (and you'll find that issue is why many custom firmwares refuse to merge that feature - it breaks notification icon layout)

To be prevent confusion its on the right in 1.2 and center in the beta although I think both could be fairly described as beta but that's grist for a different thread. lol At any rate totally agree. Center clocks serve no purpose I can discern but reduce the available notification area by more than half and even a pathetic old man like me who no one talks to can run out of space up there pretty quick with one.
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