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21st April 2014, 04:59 PM |#1  
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Here is a 4.3 JB SystemUI which has 5 softkeys enabled, I used the images from my softkey thread










Please keep in mind have Xposed enabled and gravity box is affecting some SystemUI elements (eg center clock) these will not be enabled by using this SystemUI

Download: http://d-h.st/0uV



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21st April 2014, 05:52 PM |#2  
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ima using Z2 SystemUI modded with 5 Nav Bar buh nav bar aint showing in landscape mode.....
21st April 2014, 05:55 PM |#3  
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ima using Z2 SystemUI modded with 5 Nav Bar buh nav bar aint showing in landscape mode.....

Explain a bit more? This is a separate SystemUI, you can't have the Z2 SystemUI with this. it's either/or.

Did you implement the 5 navbar keys into your own SystemUI?

Landscape works ok for me
21st April 2014, 06:12 PM |#4  
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Explain a bit more? This is a separate SystemUI, you can't have the Z2 SystemUI with this. it's either/or.

Did you implement the 5 navbar keys into your own SystemUI?

Landscape works ok for me

yeap brov, i implemented tha 5 nav bar keys but just recent nav bar dats showing in landscape, tha rest not showing.
21st April 2014, 06:22 PM |#5  
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yeap brov, i implemented tha 5 nav bar keys but just recent nav bar dats showing in landscape, tha rest not showing.

ah okay, you did it to your own SystemUI, I thought you were saying it wasn't working on this.

Did you sign the apk?
21st April 2014, 06:32 PM |#6  
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ah okay, you did it to your own SystemUI, I thought you were saying it wasn't working on this.

Did you sign the apk?

Signed brov..... nope brov, i tot yhu used Z2 SystemUI dats i wrote dat, sorry please!!!

should i upload my unmodded systemui.apk for yhu so yhu can try please!?
22nd April 2014, 02:49 AM |#7  
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ima using Z2 SystemUI modded with 5 Nav Bar buh nav bar aint showing in landscape mode.....

With ReGXM EX with the Navigationbar plugin for me it does on the right side (which is fine). Also it enables to re-distribute the 5 buttons on the screen by spacing them, so I can make full use of the screen width.

I'd like to promote ReGXM EX abit. It has a small memory footprint, stabil, and only functions needed. Not 80 % esoteric or play stuff like Gravitybox.
22nd April 2014, 01:56 PM |#8  
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With ReGXM EX with the Navigationbar plugin for me it does on the right side (which is fine). Also it enables to re-distribute the 5 buttons on the screen by spacing them, so I can make full use of the screen width.

I'd like to promote ReGXM EX abit. It has a small memory footprint, stabil, and only functions needed. Not 80 % esoteric or play stuff like Gravitybox.

ReGXM EX is an xposed module app or what?
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ReGXM EX is an xposed module app or what?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2566035
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With ReGXM EX with the Navigationbar plugin for me it does on the right side (which is fine). Also it enables to re-distribute the 5 buttons on the screen by spacing them, so I can make full use of the screen width.

I'd like to promote ReGXM EX abit. It has a small memory footprint, stabil, and only functions needed. Not 80 % esoteric or play stuff like Gravitybox.

True, but a lot of people actually use the functions in Gravity Box. Aside from that, Gravity Box has more features in the same section modifications as ReGXM. For instance, you can't add custom actions to the software navigation buttons in ReGXM, which you can do in GB; example: double tap Menu key to turn screen off, and long press it to bring up the Power Menu; reassign the the "Recent apps" button so that it behaves as a "Back" button, and enable the "Menu" button to always be visible, that you way you have the exact same layout on both sides, so you can use it with one hand either from the left or the right. Then I make the "Recent apps" list appear when double tapping/long pressing the "Home" key.
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