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[REQ] Themer multi dpi

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28th May 2014, 05:21 PM   |  #1  
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Any chance that "Themer" will support multi dpi.
Im running a note3 on 360dpi (noway i going back to crappy 480dpi).
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Any chance that "Themer" will support multi dpi.
Im running a note3 on 360dpi (noway i going back to crappy 480dpi).

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30th May 2014, 09:02 AM   |  #3  
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Any chance that "Themer" will support multi dpi.
Im running a note3 on 360dpi (noway i going back to crappy 480dpi).

Hi, Themer will only look into custom DPI support in the future, as right now it's an extremely intense feature to implement. We apologize for the inconvenience.
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Hi, Themer will only look into custom DPI support in the future, as right now it's an extremely intense feature to implement. We apologize for the inconvenience.

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Hi, Themer will only look into custom DPI support in the future, as right now it's an extremely intense feature to implement. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Any thoughts about multi DPI at the moment? It is the only thing holding me back from using themer as my daily launcher... .. .
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Any thoughts about multi DPI at the moment? It is the only thing holding me back from using themer as my daily launcher... .. .

Hi,

Unfortunately this is one of the hardest problems to overcome. Themer's internal structure works very differently compared to other launchers (such as Nova) meaning that even adding something seemingly simply like transparent notification and navigation bars is immensely difficult. Multi DPI is even harder to implement, and that mixed with the percentage of users who have multi DPI enabled on their phone puts it on our to-do list, but not very high up.

Once we have more resources however we'll definitely look at what can be done. We are working on ways, it just takes a very long time. Sorry about that!

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Hi,

Unfortunately this is one of the hardest problems to overcome. Themer's internal structure works very differently compared to other launchers (such as Nova) meaning that even adding something seemingly simply like transparent notification and navigation bars is immensely difficult. Multi DPI is even harder to implement, and that mixed with the percentage of users who have multi DPI enabled on their phone puts it on our to-do list, but not very high up.

Once we have more resources however we'll definitely look at what can be done. We are working on ways, it just takes a very long time. Sorry about that!

- Marco

Thnx for your nice explanation. It is a great piece of software already. Multi DPI would be awesome!!

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