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CM-10 MODS COLLECTION[26.5][TRANSPARENT STATUBAR AND PULLDOWN, TRANSPARENT BUBBLE MMS, CENTER CLOCK, BRIGHTNESS SLIDER, AND MORE,,,]

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Do you mean brightness slider? Like in touchwiz roms?

Maybe you can explain bit more?

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Do you mean brightness slider? Like in touchwiz roms?

Maybe you can explain bit more?

No, I mean the automatic brightness. For example, cover the brightness sensor with your hands, and turn it on. The screen will be dark. Now, let some light reach the sensor - the brightness will change instantly, without any transition or animation.

Do the same with, for example, PAC 4.2 - the brightness change will have a transition. It wont change from 0 to 100% instantly, it will go through every percent in a second I think - so it looks cool. Stock 2.2 did this too, and some CM9 and CM10 (maybe PAC CM10, I don't remember) too.

Alternatively, you can test it with the brightness slider: set it to the lowest value, then to the highest. If you see a transition, not an instant 0 to 100% change, it works.

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No, I mean the automatic brightness. For example, cover the brightness sensor with your hands, and turn it on. The screen will be dark. Now, let some light reach the sensor - the brightness will change instantly, without any transition or animation.

Do the same with, for example, PAC 4.2 - the brightness change will have a transition. It wont change from 0 to 100% instantly, it will go through every percent in a second I think - so it looks cool. Stock 2.2 did this too, and some CM9 and CM10 (maybe PAC CM10, I don't remember) too.

Alternatively, you can test it with the brightness slider: set it to the lowest value, then to the highest. If you see a transition, not an instant 0 to 100% change, it works.

hmm, I dont know, I will take a look to it. But I afraid, I cannot fix it without guide :(
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No, I mean the automatic brightness. For example, cover the brightness sensor with your hands, and turn it on. The screen will be dark. Now, let some light reach the sensor - the brightness will change instantly, without any transition or animation.

Do the same with, for example, PAC 4.2 - the brightness change will have a transition. It wont change from 0 to 100% instantly, it will go through every percent in a second I think - so it looks cool. Stock 2.2 did this too, and some CM9 and CM10 (maybe PAC CM10, I don't remember) too.

Alternatively, you can test it with the brightness slider: set it to the lowest value, then to the highest. If you see a transition, not an instant 0 to 100% change, it works.

hmm, I dont know, I will take a look to it. But I afraid, I cannot fix it without guide :(
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2189383

What do you guys say about this. Is this worth of porting?

And do not ask it for cm10.1, it wont work(yet)

But I am just asking, is there really peoples, who wants this?

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I will stay CM10, can you do the same mod transparent MMS bubbles that CM10.1? :wub: :blush:

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Hey, yes, I can do them. Staying to cm10 may be good decision, if you want to use my mods. I have noticed that cm10.1 scrolling lags much more thank in cm10 or cm9 :(

But maybe you can move to cm10.1 when I get transparent statusbar hack for it :D

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Thanks great!

I don't go on CM10.1, not for the moment, many applications do not work! ;-)

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Ye, just give me some time, I am not at cm10 right now...

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I will update this tomorrow(hopefully), please do not flash those mods to the newest daemond build(28.3), coz I am not sure,will the famous graphig gliches been gone, if we use outdated SystemUI.apk anf android.policy jar,,,

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Thanks! :-)

I'm under the CM10 (26/02), I do not update! ;-)

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Thanks! :-)

I'm under the CM10 (26/02), I do not update! ;-)

hmm, I recommend to update to latest version...
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I do not know, I'll see!

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I'm in CM10 (Daemond) 28/03 and everything is ok!

Could you do the mms bubbles? :blush: :wub:

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I'm in CM10 (Daemond) 28/03 and everything is ok!

Could you do the mms bubbles? :blush: :wub:

Be patient :)

I am bit busy, I am right now making build environment to compile cm10.1, and then hack transparent statusbar for it, but I promise too make it.

I am just busy with ubuntu right now, maybe I will install apktool to it too

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Sorry, ok, no problem! :blush:

Patience is not one of my qualities! :P

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Sorry, ok, no problem! :blush:

Patience is not one of my qualities! :P

No need to apologize :)

I have now downloaded 4 gigs source code lets see if wonder happens and I can compile :D

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Updated!

All zips works fine with latest daemond build, and addded transparent mms beta version

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thanks! :-D

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thanks! :-D

Can you confirrm that bubbles are OK? I am at cm10.1 as daily, so I cant test bubbles, coz I havent sent any mms under cm10 :D
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I'll try!!

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I tested mms and there is just a bug in the date and time in the message, there is a white rectangle instead!

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I tested mms and there is just a bug in the date and time in the message, there is a white rectangle instead!

i have the same(bug in the date and time in the message)
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I tested mms and there is just a bug in the date and time in the message, there is a white rectangle instead!

i have the same(bug in the date and time in the message)

Ok, I know that bug, I will fix it as soon I have time :)
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:-)

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