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Old May 3rd, 2010, 06:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So what I am asking is instead of the 4 row icons in the app drawer, is there a way to change it to just show a list of your programs? I want a similar look to how we can select an app when trying to put a short cut on our homescreen.

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pandahome does this i think. you may have to do some searching in the settings but i know its there somewhere.
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yeah, I believe in pandahome settings there is a drawer area with settings for that.

I read that a lot of Moto Droid users had lots of complaints about the stability of this app on their phones.
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You can display apps without icons in sweeterhome, but that takes a bit of work to figure out.
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yeah, I believe in pandahome settings there is a drawer area with settings for that.

I read that a lot of Moto Droid users had lots of complaints about the stability of this app on their phones.
it runs perfectly fine on my backflip so thats good.
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You can display apps without icons in sweeterhome, but that takes a bit of work to figure out.

I've seen some very nice Sweeter Home themes. looks like you can customize everything.
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This option is available on GDE. I think its default when you install but you can switch with it by pressing the button at the top right of the app drawer.
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So what I am asking is instead of the 4 row icons in the app drawer, is there a way to change it to just show a list of your programs? I want a similar look to how we can select an app when trying to put a short cut on our homescreen.
Press the "menu" button while you're in the app list. then press "List." This will change it into a list, which I prefer as well.
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Press the "menu" button while you're in the app list. then press "List." This will change it into a list, which I prefer as well.

I'm guessing this is only for the Eris because it has Sense UI. My Moto Droid does not have that option.
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