Thank You for your continued support and contributions!
I've had multiple testers for this theme port, and I can honestly say that with the 48pt font I have never had a complaint about touchscreen usability in the lists.I /could/ of course increase the font size, but I think (and testing so far has shown) that 48pt is a good balance between list height, total items displayed in the list (you don't want the menus to be needlessly sparse when scrolling long lists), and usability.
I can tell you, though, that the only way (for now) you'll get the lists the way you wanted them is to revert to the build you were using if it still is hosted anywhere.
There are sane ways to alter the list item height with the skin engine on a per screen basis (committed recently) that I would find to be an acceptable solution as opposed to forcing gigantic lists in all cases where a list is drawn.This would allow for an (optional(depending on how creative I'm feeling)) way to expand only lists that need it (menus for instance), and not the lists you don't want to have vast amounts of blank space (long scrolling lists).
Could anyone point me to a build they think would be optimal for use on the Thunderbolt? I was running a decent one ago on my old Eris, a while ago, but honestly I forget whether I found the build here or on another forum. A brief browse of the last few pages has left me generally unsure which one I should try to use :-P
As for availability, the *only* RaaA .apk I recommend installing is:rasher's unmodified daily buildsAs these builds contain no third party patches that may or may not be applied/built correctly, and they reflect the current svn state of RaaA.
Rockbox as a launcherWhat if we designed a rockbox based GUI launched for android, avaliable on the android market,To cut out hassle and hacks of it all, bringing in the phone functions like call and text, email, internet browsing...Making a launcher is relativaly easy-or just a theme for go launcher ADW.launcherWhat do you Think?
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