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  1. Drazil

    Drazil Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    What's the name of that app that lets you squeeze multiple shortcuts into one space on the panels? I remember reading about it a long time ago but didn't have that many apps back then. Now I have too many and they won't all fit :(
     

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    shawn1224 Ex CEO-DNPSEA foundation VIP Member

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    HA HA I know what you're talking about but just can't remember the name either
     
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    Drazil Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    woot! that's the one. gonna go icon crazy tonight.
     
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    Roze Hiding behind a mystery VIP Member

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    Only issue I have with this app widget is that I find the icons are too small and annoying when you're selecting it.
     
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    grainysand Well-Known Member

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    I used to use that, but it's such an eyesore. ADW Launcher offers something much better: you can customize how many rows you want your homescreens to have. Instead of the default 4x4 homescreens, you can have up to 8x8. Yep, that's 64 icons per screen or four 4x4 widgets.
     
  7. Oscar.Parker

    Oscar.Parker New Member

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    If you want to open control panel while it is not in My Compuetr nor in the start menu
    start==> Run and type in the run text box Control panel and press enter.?
     
  8. Drazil

    Drazil Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I put in two rows of more icons widget and I agree, it does look a bit ugly, and it takes a while to find the program without the name underneath. I think there was another one of these widget types of programs that had one big regular icon, but opened up a popup to show the widgets inside like a folder. I'd use folders, but I couldn't figure out how to rename them. I also like sense and the htc widgets too much to go to another launcher.


    Edit: I figured out how to rename the folder. I think I prefer this method now since all the icons are full sized.

     
  9. iynCognito

    iynCognito Well-Known Member

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    Sound like you want Apps Organizer. Free from the market. You can label each app, even with multiple labels (eg, Multimedia, tools, internet). The Label then becomes the name of the "folder / widget" icon on your home screen. Of course, you get to keep Sense, as this is just an app/widget.
     
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    Drazil Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Good thing I read this before I started creating all my folders! This sounds like a much easier way to do what I want.

     

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