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  1. Mikooster

    Mikooster Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    I just wanted to point out a feature I discovered today.

    LauncherPro has the option to have 5 rows of apps and widgets on each home screen rather than the default 4. On the huge Droid X screen, this looks amazing and does not look over-crowded at all.

    Though it doesn't look good in landscape mode, but I don't care about that for my home screen.
     

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  2. Wolfedude88

    Wolfedude88 Well-Known Member

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    Yeah definitely looks messed up in landscape mode, but I never use my phone like that anyways.
     
  3. chrlswltrs

    chrlswltrs Well-Known Member

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    Just changed mine, I didn't add any more icons, but they look alot better and I can also see my live wallpaper much better. I was already using the 5 columns in the app drawer, don't know how I missed this option.
     
  4. j_ryan

    j_ryan Well-Known Member

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    Any way to get 5 columns and 5 rows?
     
  5. john0821

    john0821 Well-Known Member

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    Yea, I like the extra row, but it makes some of my widgets look weird since they are now more compressed.
     
  6. ylexot

    ylexot Well-Known Member

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    I'm liking it! I also set LauncherPro to only use Portrait orientation so that things don't get all screwed up when rotated.
     
  7. Mojorisen

    Mojorisen Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, it even states on that option: "Requires widescreen, and looks bad in landscape." :)

    That statement always made me shy away from trying this option, but I guess it can't hurt to give it an attempt.
     
  8. lamoglinsgal

    lamoglinsgal Well-Known Member

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    I'm liking the five row. I have a clock, Agenda Widget and one row of apps on my main home screen. The five row give me more real estate for the Agenda Widget.
     

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