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Default How do I retain double tap screen off with Nova Launcher?

I just got the Flex yesterday and so far I love it. I rooted it changed the dpi to 240 and am now running Nova launcher. I really really like the double tap to wake and double tap to sleep function, but I am unable to figure out how to set double tap to sleep on Nova launcher. I have tasker installed, but I am unable to figure out how to have a task turn of the display.
 
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I just got the Flex yesterday and so far I love it. I rooted it changed the dpi to 240 and am now running Nova launcher. I really really like the double tap to wake and double tap to sleep function, but I am unable to figure out how to set double tap to sleep on Nova launcher. I have tasker installed, but I am unable to figure out how to have a task turn of the display.
I don't think you can with any 3rd party launcher. I was using apex for a while and switched back because I couldn't use that feature.

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Download an app from the play store called lock now, it locks the phone when it is launched. Then set the double tap gesture in nova launcher to launch that app and it will work the same way as it does with the stock launcher
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Download an app from the play store called lock now, it locks the phone when it is launched. Then set the double tap gesture in nova launcher to launch that app and it will work the same way as it does with the stock launcher
this. working great for me.
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I have Nova launcher and can double tap on and off

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With no extra program or gesture
 
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Even with nova launcher you can still double tap the status bar and it will turn the phone off.


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i know this is wrong topic but has anyone has the same status bar as mine when you change the dpi to 240. the signals icon is blue instead of white and the battery icon is blue instead of green?
 
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Just tested the double tap status bar with Apex and the Google Launcher. Works on both without any add on or separate app.

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