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  1. Mormonstang

    Mormonstang Well-Known Member

    Oh and just so you can see what I'm talking about Charlie. This is what pops up when you press on the weather part of the widget


    clouds be moving and stars twinkling. It be a pretty hahaha

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  2. elmerjr128

    elmerjr128 Well-Known Member


    Love this phone.
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  3. kisby

    kisby Well-Known Member

    Keep up the screenshots, please, and keep telling us how you created them, ie which widgets, launchers, etc. You guys are giving the rest of us some great ideas.

    This is just one of the big reasons I prefer Android over iPhone: the ability to customize, personalize, and be creative!
  4. Dissentologist

    Dissentologist Well-Known Member



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  5. Dissentologist

    Dissentologist Well-Known Member




    ...and these are live custom rotating galaxies/nebulas!
  6. Monoblock

    Monoblock Member

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  7. Monoblock

    Monoblock Member

    Name of the clock month and date?
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  8. xinn3r

    xinn3r Well-Known Member

    What's that clock + weather + battery widget you're using? Look very cool
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  9. WyntersEnd

    WyntersEnd Well-Known Member


    "bobclock" search in market will bring it up. Nice widget, colors are customizable!
  10. cggorman

    cggorman Well-Known Member

    interestingly how diverse our tastes and organizational preference are. Very cool.
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  11. Monoblock

    Monoblock Member

    You are a scholar and a gentlemen.
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  12. yawdapaah

    yawdapaah Well-Known Member

  13. xinn3r

    xinn3r Well-Known Member

    Anyone can help me identify this guy's weather + clock widget?

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  14. wyggles

    wyggles Well-Known Member

    I like to keep my homescreen clean.

    Beautiful Home Widget
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  15. w0bbl3r

    w0bbl3r Well-Known Member

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  16. batwings1

    batwings1 Well-Known Member

    I get my Nexus later today. Looking forward to start the tweaking.

    Is anybody experiencing any lag with the 3rd party launchers or are they pretty smooth? I used to use LauncherPro on my Dinc and it had some lag.

  17. dragonflyr

    dragonflyr Well-Known Member

    DesktopVisualiser, huh? thank you! I've been trying to figure out how to make simple text icons work ... i used to just use/make SimpleText icons and delete the icon description. but was unable to do so with ICS.

    lemme try DesktopVisualiser. thanks....
  18. dragonflyr

    dragonflyr Well-Known Member

    so, is LaunchrPro stable in ICS?

    i am a big fan of lp. guess i'll just go grab it and try it.
  19. Toonz

    Toonz Well-Known Member

  20. xinn3r

    xinn3r Well-Known Member

    BUMP, anyone know this widget?
  21. WormDoes

    WormDoes Well-Known Member

    Every time I try to put a desktop visualizer icon in the stock dock it won't stay. Am I doing something wrong? Can you only use it in conjunction with simple text?? Thanks in advance
  22. dragonflyr

    dragonflyr Well-Known Member

    i think he's using Minimalistic Text for date. looks like mine and thats what im using
  23. dragonflyr

    dragonflyr Well-Known Member

    does anyone know how to edit icon text/description? driving me crazy!
  24. Mikey P

    Mikey P Well-Known Member

  25. w0bbl3r

    w0bbl3r Well-Known Member

    All simple text does is create a jpg (or png or whatever) out of what you write, nothing special, just a picture.

    Desktop visualiser then lets you make it into a shortcut for whatever you want, apps usually, but i have a few on other screen to direct dial/txt my gf for example.

    i think they key is to not make a 1x1 desktop visualiser widget, but rather actually open desktop visualiser from the App tray (not the widget one)

    this allows you to create an app shortcut, rather than a 'widget'. i dont think widgets can go into the dock.

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