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[DEV][ROM][Skate] ParanoidJelly2 - ParanoidAndroid 3.+/AOSP- Android 4.2.2 (29/03/2013)

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I have turned on Pie, but I dont see it. How do I make it visible?

long press power button, expanded desktop. :)

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download

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:)

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Bluetooth is being fixed. It should be in ParanoidAndroid 3.0 which will be released soon.

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Did that, but then what? How does it appear?

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Did that, but then what? How does it appear?

If you've got PIE controls enabled, just slide your finger onto the screen from the edge of the phone.

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Yay, you can drag pie to it's new gravity. :Dpost-910238-13601043931057_thumb.jpg

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If you've got PIE controls enabled, just slide your finger onto the screen from the edge of the phone.

Works with rotated screen and look gorgeous, but not with my phone upright. Is this normal

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and how about the soft buttons?

i added them in builb. but they wont pop up. actually, they did once, but accidentally :wacko: but disappeared as I change UI layout.. and even if I switch them all (UI's) back again,

soft buttons wont come back on again.

and to add PIE was ON when i had soft buttons

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and how about the soft buttons?

i added them in builb. but they wont pop up. actually, they did once, but accidentally :wacko: but disappeared as I change UI layout.. and even if I switch them all (UI's) back again,

soft buttons wont come back on again.

and to add PIE was ON when i had soft buttons

morning mate,you don't need to add a build prop edit for the softkeys. go settings /hybrid properties /swipe right. interface, workspace, set your softkey height, press the tick. pie will work in expanded desktop post-910238-13601490210143_thumb.jpgpost-910238-13601490415884_thumb.jpgpost-910238-13601490606969_thumb.jpgpost-910238-13601490777326_thumb.jpg

:)

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nav bar 0% :huh: :rolleyes: :blush:

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nav bar 0% :huh: :rolleyes: :blush:

:D

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Let's have at least circle battery as an alternative :)

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Let's have at least circle battery as an alternative :)

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YaY :D

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But... It is not hooked to PA coloring system so the battery circle won't react on colo changes...(for now)

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But... It is not hooked to PA coloring system so the battery circle won't react on colo changes...(for now)

I like how you say for now. :P the color engine I assume is in smali as I can't find anything in xml with reference to what it points to (trying to get the ticker to be effected ) and status bar items still point to there respective style entre. thought there may have been some common @android id. or get color from as thus. :)

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You won't find it in resources. Imagine that the devs should create millions combinations of drawables for status bar icons :D

Instead they use default drawable and apply color filter in code.


Drawable batteryBitmap = mContext.getResources().getDrawable(icon);

		    if (mColorInfo.isLastColorNull) {

			    batteryBitmap.clearColorFilter();			   

		    } else {

			    batteryBitmap.setColorFilter(mColorInfo.lastColor, PorterDuff.Mode.SRC_IN);

		    }

		    v.setImageDrawable(batteryBitmap);

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You won't find it in resources. Imagine that the devs should create millions combinations of drawables for status bar icons :D

Instead they use default drawable and apply color filter in code.


Drawable batteryBitmap = mContext.getResources().getDrawable(icon);

		    if (mColorInfo.isLastColorNull) {

			    batteryBitmap.clearColorFilter();			   

		    } else {

			    batteryBitmap.setColorFilter(mColorInfo.lastColor, PorterDuff.Mode.SRC_IN);

		    }

		    v.setImageDrawable(batteryBitmap);

so it would be the code coloring the xml direction to be what ever color the xml points to? an overlay in layman terms

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:D

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Let's have at least circle battery as an alternative :)

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and, where to find or add battery icon?

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:D

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:lol: you is quick :D

not going to ask about ticker :P

@Wizard, the battery mod hasn't yet been released, the above image is only C3C0 's work in progress :)

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Ticker respecting per-app color settings.

I also tried with the ticker icons but it applies all the way down ending in notification drawer also. It looks bad.

Especially for apps that have own colored icons.

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Ticker respecting per-app color settings.

I also tried with the ticker icons but it applies all the way down ending in notification drawer also. It looks bad.

Especially for apps that have own colored icons.

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Really good work :D thank you for taking the time to fathom all this out :)

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