761215145, on Sep 26 2010, 18:54, said:
Daskalos, really appreciate the time you dedicate to develop roms. I have tried several and as this is my first post so want to use it to give you some credits.
Also want to make the remark that I am both a newbie to the forum as to ROM development. Did some with my xperia, they seem stable. But my B7610 seems more sensible to the kind of roms installed.
Just installed above mentioned rom. Everything seems to go smooth. Have noted -so far- two minor issues:
1. When using the Samsung Widget screen between the taskbar (above the screen) and the wallpapers of the widget tabs there is still some background visible.
2. When changing to landscape mode the following happens:
- in widget mode I see 3 backgrounds (the one selected is not stretched).
- with quick panel (middle hardware button on telephone activated) it doesn't stretch to landscape mode.
I don't use the widget screen, and the quick panel but just wanted to make the remark.
If you need a newbie as tester for roms, please let me know.
About Samsung Widgets in landscape mode, it is not fully compatible with landscape because the version I use came from i8000. (which has no landscape mode I think)
So why not use the one from B7610?
Because B7610 have no 6.5.3 update, so some Samsung Apps from B7610 like ,Samsung Widgets ,will have issues with screen alignment because they were written to fit the size of a 6.5 screen, which is a bit different with 6.5.3 ( because of the additions of buttons on the bottom bar and slight thinner upper bar on 6.5.3). Using B7610 Samsung widgets on 6.5.3 will result to some misalignment of the app in the screen.
Since i8000 have official 6.5.3 updates, Samsung application developers have implemented the correct alignment for 6.5.3
Until Samsung does not give an official 6.5.3 update for B7610 (and I think will never will) the only way to have a nice fitting Samsung Widgets is to use the one from i8000
Another way if someone will hack B7610 Samsung Widgets to correct the alignment