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Slimkat biggest letdown

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17th August 2014, 08:20 PM   |  #11  
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For me its the theme engine support that has kept me away from Slim which was my daily driver for past 2 years in 3 of my devices. The new themes from Arz Bhatia is too tempting and I don't want to use Xposed module

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You should report the bug, not post it.
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Originally Posted by Flipz77

Don't know if this is OT, but the only thing that's keeping me away from slimroms these days is the damn SlimRecents. I hate it with a passion, it's got absolutely no benefits to me and I hate going back to the stupid pre-4.2 method of viewing your other open apps instead of reducing the foreground one to fit in the list. Maybe I'm just too picky but I think it should be the user's choice about which Recents menu to use.

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