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[Mod] Nav Bar Height Mod [G2 Stock/Flex/G3 Based Roms]

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Hi there, when I apply your mod the navbar icons become a bit oversized for the smaller height. Anything we can do to scale the icons down accordingly? Without xposed of course.
That is because mod only resizes nav bar not the icons, the only thing I can think of to downscale icons would be to mod them from the lgsystemui/systemui theme apps so that they can be smaller
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Can i use pardushd 7.6 mod on pardushd 7.7?[emoji16]
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`which its for stock rom ?
 
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Anybody tried this on XDABBEB 2.1.0 rom (stock G2 for VS98025B or VS98026A)?
 
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Please update Cloudy G3 2.0 !
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Please upload for Cloudy G3 v2. tried the v1.3 on v2 but got stuck on boot loop.
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Same thing.
 
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Same thing.
Please recreate for Cloudy G3 2.0, stucked in bootloop using this one...

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