hi, i'd like to know if i can use my rom's (built-in, traditional) 3-button navigation bar along with gestures i set up using xposed edge. can you point me to some detailed how-to and/or instructional video to help me use xposed edge to it's full potential?
Sadly this thread is the best (only) resource available. You can set up trigger zones in the areas where the nav buttons are, then add swipe etc gestures for those areas, just make sure to leave "tap" (maybe double tap too) as default so the buttons will function normally
couldn't figure out how to do that. could you help with the steps?
In the gestures section, bottom left, bottom middle, bottom right positions will sit where the back / home / recents buttons are. You can then expand out for eg bottom right, then choose actions for tap, double tap, long press, swipe in x direction etc.
I have done this. But, tbh, I was hoping I could retain the three button navbar for the 'taps' & 'long press' and use Exposed Edge for swipe gestures. I guess I can't have the best of both worlds. Or, is there a way for this to be achieved?
Sorry I wasn't clear, I meant exactly that, leave it at default for the normal actions (tap long press etc) so xposed edge will ignore those inputs - and nav bar will function as normal, then add swipe actions for those zones. Also look into sub gestures if you need more trigger gestures (eg up then hold or up then right/ left / down)
Target sdk was downgraded to both PRO and FREE versions, wasn't it?
So..... It is not that.
We when searching Play Store can get FREE version without problems.
But when searching Play Store we can NOT get PRO version. It even does not appear when searching (for a new install). Neither is available as an upgrade (for someone that already have previous version installed).
If it was only the sdk downgraded we'd not be able to get also the FREE version.
I'm on SDK 23, Android 6.0.1, CM13.
Just as an information: android 7+ is 18% of all devices. So more than 80% is android 6-, sdk23-
I see variations of this passive demand far too often. In my view the decision to purchase or donate should not be contingent on fulfilling a wish list. Edge earned my coin based on the features available at the time (long ago) with no further expectations.
Gesture pointer is a tool that simulates finger touches on the distant parts of the screen. It is especially useful when you don't have one handed mode in your ROM. You can activate it through "Gestures" feature and trigger for example by swiping from the bottom edge of the screen. Take a look on the screenshot I attached