My apologies for being so late in the game. Please disregard if this is resurrecting a thread well beyond its life expectancy.
That said, I've run into a glitch that perhaps someone here might understand. Essentially, after enabling launcher rotation, the app drawer gets goofed up in a couple ways:
1) If the landscape integers/dimens files aren't adjusted, the default fifth row is cut off, showing only the top few pixels of each icon
2) If the landscape integers/dimens files are adjusted (in my case, to simply have 4 rows and the default 5 columns in landscape mode - the default 5x5 is still in portrait), except that when you rotate the device while in the app drawer, the settings of the first orientation are applied to the new orientation. (When the app draw is entered from either rotation, the proper grid settings are applied.
This is potentially problematic when switching from portrait to landscape. The question is how to have the launcher properly switch to the proper grid settings. I'm sure there is a setting I'm missing, but I don't know what it is.
Any help you can offer would be greatly appreciated.
I realized after posting that I hadn't thanked the OP for this thread - even if I have to hash this glitch out myself, I am already much further along (ie, knowing which files to even edit!) than I was when I started. Thanks for a great howto![/edit]
Phone: Verizon Galaxy Note II (SCH-I605)
ROM: Jelly'Beans' Build 21
Last edited by computerslayer; 16th August 2013 at 06:06 PM.