[APP] MultiTask Manager

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agafi

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Jun 4, 2010
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This app is a Task Manager/Swicther look & feel a video from iphone 4.0..

Features:
Press long on find button to opened it
Press long on app's icon to kill it

Press Menu to:
-setup layout
-check preferred applications
-check ingnored applications

Min SDK: 1.5

I'm availlable to add other features ;-)
It's distribuited under OpenSource License;-)
 

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michagol2

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Jun 18, 2009
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This app is a Task Manager/Swicther look & feel a video from iphone 4.0..

Features:
Press long on find button to opened it
Press long on app's icon to kill it

Press Menu to:
-setup layout
-check preferred applications
-check ingnored applications

Min SDK: 1.5

I'm availlable to add other features ;-)
It's distribuited under OpenSource License;-)

Theres no native search button (hardkey) on the G1 besides the keyboard. Is there a way to activate this by long press of home or menu.

Thanks though, nice app
 

level5music

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Oct 13, 2007
156
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It's a really good start, a few suggestions:

1 - Ability to change the background
2 - A few icons for programs show up HUGE, like EasyMoney and SetCPU, it'd be more aethetically pleasing if they were all the same size.
3 - Preference to change the trigger to long press on Home (or any HW button for that matter). I use Voice Search alot on my N1, having to use the Complete Using dialog or losing Voice Search kills the joy a little bit.
 

helpme

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Feb 2, 2006
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This app is a Task Manager/Swicther look & feel a video from iphone 4.0..

Features:
Press long on find button to opened it
Press long on app's icon to kill it

Press Menu to:
-setup layout
-check preferred applications
-check ingnored applications

Min SDK: 1.5

I'm availlable to add other features ;-)
It's distribuited under OpenSource License;-)

the app looks really good, fast and easy to use.
However, I didn't find the -setup layout
-check preferred applications
-check ingnored applications

how did you call these function out?
 

enatefox

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Jul 4, 2008
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agafi, awesome work. Can you tell me if it's possible to click through the transparency without destroying the view? In other words, clicking off of it will only set the onclick to hide the window but can you avoid the need to double tap to, for example, focus on the search widget? Thanks
 

GeoTrail

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Jul 25, 2006
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www.geotrail.no
It's a really good start, a few suggestions:

1 - Ability to change the background
2 - A few icons for programs show up HUGE, like EasyMoney and SetCPU, it'd be more aethetically pleasing if they were all the same size.
3 - Preference to change the trigger to long press on Home (or any HW button for that matter). I use Voice Search alot on my N1, having to use the Complete Using dialog or losing Voice Search kills the joy a little bit.

The same here happens for NDrive. HUGE icon.
 

agafi

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Jun 4, 2010
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the app looks really good, fast and easy to use.
However, I didn't find the -setup layout
-check preferred applications
-check ingnored applications

how did you call these function out?

When you run the app click the phisical "menu button" ;-)

For
3 - Preference to change the trigger to long press on Home (or any HW button for that matter). I use Voice Search alot on my N1, having to use the Complete Using dialog or losing Voice Search kills the joy a little bit.

I can't change the long click on Home button, if you search in the market you can found an application to change all your phisical buttons ;-)

gafi, awesome work. Can you tell me if it's possible to click through the transparency without destroying the view? In other words, clicking off of it will only set the onclick to hide the window but can you avoid the need to double tap to, for example, focus on the search widget? Thanks
In the next revision I insert this into Setup options ;-)

Thanks at all ;-)
 
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enatefox

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Jul 4, 2008
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Definitely dying to see how you pull that off then. I would have fixed the oversized widgets but couldn't define vApp.setMaximumWidth() and couldn't pass an integer over this: parent.getResources().getDimension(android.R.dimen.app_icon_size). Maybe that'll help
 

dica

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Apr 18, 2010
267
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nice start
on my galaxy i7500 i dont have the search button to launch the app so plz make it customizable
 

BrooklynAvi

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Nov 5, 2008
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www.mibapps.com
Amazing

This app is truly amazing. There are a lot of task switchers but all try to be fancy and the app suffers. The simplicity of this app is what makes is so good and useful.