I have been playing around with Themer and the built in Zooper Widgets, and I made some adjustments to widgets that are in two different themes. I wanted to get them together into the same theme, so I did it by making room on the bottom half of the screen, creating a new widget and resizing it to the same size as the widget I want to copy from the other theme. I then loaded tapped the widget, which brought up the zooper config and opened the widget that was autosaved in the first theme. When it loaded, I noticed that everything was off. Everything was tiny and pulled away from the edges of the widget. I thought it wasn't a big deal, so I went in to change the overall widget scaling to make it fill the space, and instead it hit a point where instead of resizing, it started cutting off the sides of the widget. I tried manually changing the x and y locations of the widget items, and they just get cut off instead of expanding into the rest of the widget space.
Is there a way that I can force the widget to make use of the whole widget space instead of cutting off? I've attached a picture to show where there is the empty space on the sides of the widget. Please note that the "resize" option of the widget (when long pressing on the widget and getting the options to remove, resize or configure) shows the resize handles all the way to the left and right edges of the screen, yet the widget inside of it won't fill that space.
Or maybe I'm thinking about this the wrong way. Are there settings in themer that may be different from theme to theme that would cause this sort of thing to happen even when the widgets are being used on the same phone? I thought perhaps the desktop grid (which is 8x6 in these two themes) would do it, but that doesn't seem to matter in this case since they're the same.
Thanks for your help,