Dim the lights

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    I bought a docking station to use my droid as an alarm clock. I have used several different clocks but they all have the same problem. The back lighting for the menu buttons are so bright I end up pushing the power button and hiding the display completely. So I can still use it as an alarm clock but not as a night clock. Is there some way to make those menu buttons lights stay off in dim light?
     
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    IIRC, not without rooting. You might want to search as it has been discussed before quite a bit. If you have problems searching post for help. Using Google and restriction results to droidforums.net may yield better results.
     
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    Thanks, I didn't know what to call them to do the search. I did a search for softKey hack and found a small app that shuts off the bottome Leds.