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seco10

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Cereals...
[using komponents by @rkucheran - it's the easy way of tinkering ;)]
 

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yiannisthegreek

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And let me guess, there's only 2 of us left, right? ? + ?= 2 ?
Sorry, I thought you were saying that "I" was a scholar and a gentleman ( but I overlooked that you were speaking to SC because you quoted 'my' post last. Oh well, I finished the saying for you anyway. lol
Tom 2.0

Lol... Well then... YOU too Tom are also a scholar and a gentleman so I guess that makes 3 of us... ?+?=3 ☺
 
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These are Sunghini Icons, another excellent icon pack courtesy of Coastal Images (thanks @SeriouslyCrazy and company.) And once again I couldn't choose between the layouts so uploaded two of them. The clock and battery are both from X-Widget.
And hey @yiannisthegreek, I guess I'm in really good company then huh? ?
Hope everyone has a stellar weekend.
Ride Safe.
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These are Sunghini Icons, another excellent icon pack courtesy of Coastal Images (thanks @SeriouslyCrazy and company.) And once again I couldn't choose between the layouts so uploaded two of them. The clock and battery are both from X-Widget.
And hey @yiannisthegreek, I guess I'm in really good company then huh?
Hope everyone has a stellar weekend.
Ride Safe.


Tom 2.0

Excellently done my friend, bravo! Thanks for the props, with all the great icon creators out there I am honored that Coastal Images creations come to your mind when setting up your device. Thanks for the support and inspiration.

Drew

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Excellently done my friend, bravo! Thanks for the props, with all the great icon creators out there I am honored that Coastal Images creations come to your mind when setting up your device. Thanks for the support and inspiration.

Drew

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Thanks SC, that's means volumes coming from you. There is a method to my madness when putting these screens together and I always start by choosing an icon pack first. And my fingers always seem to scroll down and stop at the "C's" in my theme manager.
I'm not bragging when I say this but I honestly think I have most if not all of them so selecting one is never easy, not to mention all the other ones that don't start with "C."
I may be an amateur at this but I love how versatile they are how many ways they can be used to create different looks.
And remember, you ARE one of the great icon creators but I understand what you're saying.
*I've had a blast doing these for the past 6 months and am still amazed at the creativity I see here and definitely have found a permanent home in this thread and a long lasting hobby. You guys (and girls) rock!

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New Screens for the next while... Credits to SeriouslyCrazy for the awesome icons...

# SeriouslyCrazy - I am having the absolutely worst time using zooper and I can't figure out how to properly size the widgets so I am not using your awesome clock... but... I really want too though... ?
 

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New Screens for the next while... Credits to SeriouslyCrazy for the awesome icons...

# SeriouslyCrazy - I am having the absolutely worst time using zooper and I can't figure out how to properly size the widgets so I am not using your awesome clock... but... I really want too though... ?
Sometime today I will link a few screens for you as a simple guide. It is a balance between your screen grid size, the widget size you choose and then "scaling" the widget. I use an 8x5 grid and choose 2x2 widget for round clocks then stretch as needed by holding down on widget then resize as needed. Tap the widget, scroll down to "scale" and adjust as needed. Hope this info helps a bit. Pm me for anymore help.

Drew

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Sometime today I will link a few screens for you as a simple guide. It is a balance between your screen grid size, the widget size you choose and then "scaling" the widget. I use an 8x5 grid and choose 2x2 widget for round clocks then stretch as needed by holding down on widget then resize as needed. Tap the widget, scroll down to "scale" and adjust as needed. Hope this info helps a bit. Pm me for anymore help.

Drew

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Thanks for the info and the assistance with this Drew.

Silly thing is that I am not new to Android but I was away from the scene for a long while (where I would have upgraded my phone on a 6 month to a yearly basis before, I now came from my Note 2 to a pair of Galaxy S6's) and for some reason I just seem to have the worst time with zooper. ?
 

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Hey guys,

Just thought I'd post one here for the first time. My setup is simple and quick. I have several apps lying in folders in the dock, but I mainly search for my apps (I've set up swipe up on Nova).

Anyway, I'm using one of the stock CyanogenMod 12.1 wallpapers. The icon theme is Melon UI.

Lockscreen clock set to match home screen widget and the font I'm using is San Fransisco from Apple's Watch OS.

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