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[Q] App to scale other apps?

OP Azon

8th May 2014, 10:40 AM   |  #1  
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Back in time when I was using Galaxy Tab 7.7, I flashed it with some custom CyanogenMod ROM. That ROM had a tool embedded that allowed to "change" TTX of the device per app, thus allowing to scale apps tha do not look good with native TTX. Is there anything similar available standalone?
21st May 2014, 08:36 AM   |  #2  
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I don't know what TTX stands for, but there's a module called "App Settings" for the Xposed framework. If you're rooted, you can install Xposed and then App Settings and make changes per-app to DPI and font sizes.

I'm finding that the new screen technology seems to make some apps (the AOSP browser in particular) a bit odd at times when I do custom scaling per-app.

I've taken to changing the lcd density in build.prop instead, then dialing in apps other than the browser to what I want them to be - which for my eyes isn't that many, I prefer to run the device at a somewhat lower res for most things
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