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Old 05-13-2006, 02:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have an 8700c w/ Cingular. The Cingular theme has a folder for apps. What other themes support a folder?
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Currently, none have the ability to create folders or edit what goes into them. However, if you update your OS to .284 or .309, a couple of other themes (I think Vodaphone and Orange) have folders similar to the Cingular theme.
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Currently, none have the ability to create folders or edit what goes into them. However, if you update your OS to .284 or .309, a couple of other themes (I think Vodaphone and Orange) have folders similar to the Cingular theme.
thanks for the info. newbie moving from treo 600.

so that means the organization is pretty much flat, right?
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You can move the apps around (re-arrange) the order they are in and you can also hide certain apps. While you are on the icon you want to move or hide hold the 'alt' key and then push the trackwheel and you'll get the other menu. If you already knew this then sorry
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But you can not move items in and out of submenus.
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