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[Q] More real screen estate by virtual navigation bar customization...?

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By golemus, Junior Member on 11th January 2014, 02:15 PM
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8th February 2014, 08:26 PM |#11  
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Type "LMT xda" in Google. Boom.

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8th February 2014, 08:35 PM |#12  
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I found gravity box, and installed id successfully. However, the only option is to force navbar into tablet like mode, so horizontal when landscape, there is no inverse option to keep it vertical when landscape. How can I approach this?
Also, what is LMT and where to find it? I didn't find it in xposed repository.

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Just get xposed with gravity box and LMT. Done. If you're rooted anyway.

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I also put gravity box but cannot get a vertical navbar in landscape. Somebody claims in topic below that it is not possible. Can somebody confirm if it is possible or not?



http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...16070&page=537
24th February 2014, 11:21 PM |#13  
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I found gravity box, and installed id successfully. However, the only option is to force navbar into tablet like mode, so horizontal when landscape, there is no inverse option to keep it vertical when landscape. How can I approach this?
Also, what is LMT and where to find it? I didn't find it in xposed repository.

i would like the same thing, have the navigation bar be on the side of the screen when in landscape mode, already using LMT and all the other things mentioned in the thread, i still prefer a navigation bar
21st July 2014, 01:59 PM |#14  
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bumping this. has a solution been found yet?
13th August 2014, 11:54 PM |#15  
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Another bump...really would like navbar on the side in landscape! GB does not do it for me...
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Another bump...really would like navbar on the side in landscape! GB does not do it for me...

For stock... GB is the only way.

But many Roms will have options for this, or by default even. 👍
14th August 2014, 10:01 PM |#17  
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For stock... GB is the only way.

But many Roms will have options for this, or by default even. 👍

I'm on stock 4.4.4 and the GB op said yesterday GB is not designed to put the navbar on the right side in landscape...
14th August 2014, 10:17 PM |#18  
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I'm on stock 4.4.4 and the GB op said yesterday GB is not designed to put the navbar on the right side in landscape...

That pretty much means you'll need a custom Rom that supports it.

Not sure which do though... I run stock 4.2.2
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