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Discussion in 'Android Applications Discussions' started by gardobus, May 16, 2010.
still having a problem actually CHANGING the icons on the dock
Do the live wallpapers work with Launcher Pro?
to change the dock icons just long press, re-add the app you want, and then follow the icon prompts...
yes. this does support LWP...
where the heck have i been?!?! i can't believe i just now found this!! fast, more homescreens, dedicated buttons at the bottom of every screen - nice!!! so far, i think it's outstanding!
i debated whether to admit my ignorance in being so far behind the curve, but couldn't contain my excitement over this thing...
ok i have a question . My friend has a droid eris, and i told him to get this launcherpro app. He did, and he likes it except he cant put his htc clock widget back on his screen. the htc sense widget is just like beautiful widgets if yall arent aware. I tried long pressing on his screen and going to widgets, but it is not there. BUt if i switch it back to the stock home, then i can go to widgets and find it. Anybody with a droid eris that has this app have any suggestions? thanks
You can't use HTC widgets on any other Launcher but senses.. so you might want to try out Fancy Widget or something similar.
There's also Weather and Toggle Widgets which has a flip clock, weather, toggles, and free skins for each.
Works fine on LP.
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I love it, the extra home screens and 15 extra icons on the slider on the bottom of the screen. The problem is I get a lot of FC's and twice in the last week I've lost all my icons.
Is there a way to get them back of is gone, gone? I't almost not worth it to re-build my home screens.
I get a ton of FC's on this and on handscent.
I'm quite happy with this move. One leap past ADW...
Introducing the new LauncherPro Plus!
So last week I promised you big news coming to LauncherPro. It took a bit longer than I expected, but hopefully it was worth the wait!
One of the features I get requested the most is to support HTC Sense widgets. It seems everyone wants them. Because of the way these widgets are built into the HTC Sense launcher itself, this is simply not possible. And since not every Android user has a phone with HTC Sense, these widgets are not even available to all users.
Today I’m glad to announce a new milestone in LauncherPro’s history. Starting today, there’s a new version called LauncherPro Plus, which will contain several widgets, exclusive to LauncherPro Plus users.
Upcoming widgets include:
People Widget – To quickly access all your contacts, or just your favorites, or a particular group. (Included in this release)
Bookmarks Widget – Quick access to your browser’s bookmarks
Friends Widget – Lists your friend’s status updates from Facebook and Twitter, and lets you update your own status too.
Calendar/Agenda Widget – Shows you a calendar you can scroll through to switch months, and also lets you see your agenda for any particular day right within the widget.
Messaging – Scroll through a list of your SMS messages or one by one. Quick links to delete messages, reply, etc.
I’ll be adding these widgets over the next couple of weeks. The “People” widget is available right now to LauncherPro Plus users. There’s going to be other features in the future that will be available only to Plus users too.
Here’s a few screenshots of the People widget:
Pretty cool, eh?
Now, as you can imagine, LauncherPro Plus is not free. I’ve been working full-time on LauncherPro for the past two months without making a single penny. Obviously I can’t keep devoting all my time to it without making any money, so hopefully enough of you will buy the Plus version to keep the project alive.
The early-bird price for LauncherPro Plus is only $2.99 USD, and you can buy it today through Paypal using this link. The price will most likely go up once all widgets are included, so you’ll want to get in early to enjoy the discount.
I haven’t made it available through the Android market because unfortunately I don’t live in one of the few countries that Google allows to sell paid apps from. And there’s stil a huge amount of people (including myself) who live in countries where paid apps aren’t even available to purchase. (Way to go, Google!)
Another good thing about this new Plus version is that, if sales go well enough, I’ll be able to actually hire programmers to help me develop LauncherPro even faster. So even if you don’t have a use for these widgets, you should consider buying the Plus version to support the future development of LauncherPro.
i bought it, just to support. i like/appreciate Fede's work. i may not ever use the widgets. we will see what comes of em.
I'd probably use the calendar widget but I don't want to have to use PayPal. It seems like people are always trying to hack it or phish people's PayPal info. I get PayPal phishing spam and I don't even have a PayPal account.
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