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[MOD][Xposed] GCalMonthDetails - Enable/customize event text in GCalendar month view

OP agentdr8

20th November 2014, 04:05 PM   |  #31  
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Originally Posted by Finner42

It works using the app settings module - I set it to a phablet resolution, I think, so on my M7 I get single screen settings pages, rather than dual panel if I set it to a higher res. I've also turned off the pictures at the top of the month view as this was wasting space.

I had a play around with dpi and font size as well to find a good enough balance where the menu headings, titles etc are big enough, and the event titles in the month view are small, like what this module achieved, but couldn't quite get it as good.

How did you shut off the top picture?
20th November 2014, 09:35 PM   |  #32  
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Originally Posted by smithilberry

How did you shut off the top picture?

It's under Settings > General, then turn on 'Show more events (Turn off seasonal illustrations)'.

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working (hopefully) calendar
In googling for an old apk to get this mod to continue working on my phone, i came across this one. Will report back on how well i like it after i get it installed. My phone is currently like an old car held together by duct tape that you have to have the radio set on the right channel to not kill it shifting into 3rd.
That started as a much better analogy than it ended, this is a piece of junk.


http://forum.xda-developers.com/goog...4#post52177074
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