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[REQUEST] Widget grouping

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Some of us already managed to modify the framework, so I would like to ask for a little feature, directly from CM6/7:

In CyanogenMod, if you open the "Add widget" panel, it groups the widgets, so all widgets from one app goes under a sub-group, thus shortening down the list itself.

Could someone grab it and add it to our framework? I need it badly ;)

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Some of us already managed to modify the framework, so I would like to ask for a little feature, directly from CM6/7:

In CyanogenMod, if you open the "Add widget" panel, it groups the widgets, so all widgets from one app goes under a sub-group, thus shortening down the list itself.

Could someone grab it and add it to our framework? I need it badly ;)

Try this, works well here!

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Try this, works well here!

JJ6, not working, force closes when I try to add any widget!

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JJ6, not working, force closes when I try to add any widget!

Do not install it, read the instructions he provides in the topic

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Do not install it, read the instructions he provides in the topic

Tried four times, everything as described, fifth time was lucky looks like! Thanks!

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Yeah that's pretty cool!

I pushed it via adb and it worked directly. Cool thing to have.

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How do I get rw for system via adb?

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How do I get rw for system via adb?

Not sure how its done in adb but you can also use Root Explorer to do that

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How do I get rw for system via adb?

You need to use "adb remount" to mount the system partition, then you can do "adb push <file> /system/app" to get the file in place.

(<file> of course is the name of your file)

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