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WM 6.5 Honeycomb Menu Customization Question

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Ok, so probably a stupid question but I am still missing something here. I Love the new honeycomb, but would love to be able to change the order of display for the programs so I don't have to scroll down to the new things I add that I want to load. Anyone have a tweak that would give me the ability to change the display order? --Thanks!

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if you touch and hold on each program a menu will popup allowing you to send to top. Although a little annoying if you move them to top in the right order then you can customize however you want.

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if you touch and hold on each program a menu will popup allowing you to send to top. Although a little annoying if you move them to top in the right order then you can customize however you want.

See, I knew it was something simple...THANKS!

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Here's an even dumber question. How do you get the honeycomb up? I can't find a setting for it anywhere? I just have the new scrolling menu.

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Here's an even dumber question. How do you get the honeycomb up? I can't find a setting for it anywhere? I just have the new scrolling menu.

After installing a 6.5 ROM you need to disable Large Menus.

1. Settings -> System -> Large Display

2. Uncheck Use large Start Menu

That's it!

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sweet, thanks!

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Ok, so probably a stupid question but I am still missing something here. I Love the new honeycomb, but would love to be able to change the order of display for the programs so I don't have to scroll down to the new things I add that I want to load. Anyone have a tweak that would give me the ability to change the display order? --Thanks!

FYI - Showaco at xda designed a cab called reStart which uses a nicer menu option to move your start menu items into positions you like. Check out his new upgraded Titanium Weather app as well. It has Radar and works for Omnia! <_<

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=481379

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