is there a way to get rid of the nav bar without it affecting apps that put in a 3 dot menu button in their app?
I've noticed that apps like youtube for example, have a 3 dot menu button in them ,which doesn't show up if you've removed the nag bar. The end result is, even though apps like LMT HAVE a menu button option it doesn't work.
I've been wondering this very same thing for two weeks now myself. Would love if somebody came up with a solution because I do enjoy not having the navbar and being able to use LMT instead. I tried lowering the dpi in build.prop, which does bring back the dot menu for a few apps, but not all. Plus, I'm not very fond of the text being any smaller.
Edit: I've edited the ro.sf.lcd_density=240 line to 180. I've also tried 190 and 200. This brings back the menu in Google Play(the down arrow, not the 3 dots), but not all apps. In order to bring down the full status bar, in build.prop, I added the line qemu.hw.mainkeys=1 following the ro.sf.lcd_density=180 line. I did notice, however, further down in the prop file there is another ro.sf.lcd_density line under "Additional Build Properties" preset to 160. Which of these density lines should be edited in order to deal with this menu button issue?
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