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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by diskovilante, Feb 17, 2011.

  1. diskovilante

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    This is probably impossible, but is there a way to have the notification bar clock not appear when on the homescreen, but appear when you open apps?
     

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    i dont think so bud, that might be some all new scripting and some figuring out for the devs
     
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    If you use GO LAUNCHER you can use swipe gesture assignment to control it on the home screen. That is how I do it.
     
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    he wants the clock off of his homescreen, but when in apps that display the notification bar, he wants the clock to show.
     
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    Got ya.. I was thinking of the notification bar and not just the clock.. thanks for pointing that out
     
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    no problem bud, ^_^
     
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    Blech, doing this is way beyond my skill level :(
     

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