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Old 05-28-2009, 05:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Don't want a homescreen or can I get 4 rows of Icons

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Like the title says I would like to have the screen after the homescreen to be the default view. I like having all the icons visible or can I somehow change the homesreen to display 4 rows instead of just 3.

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Old 05-28-2009, 05:25 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Nope, three rows are the most.
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Default It is possible to have four rows

Having four rows on the home screen is possible, but it can only be done via a 3rd party theme. Here is a link to a thread which contains both OTA and desktop downloads to a theme with 16 icons.

forums[dot]crackberry[dot]com/f131/precision-zen-theme-16-icons-request-199033/

You can make one yourself with theme builder, so long as you choose a custom theme.

There is no way to get rid of the homescreen, but a good way to solve never seeing it again is with a program like stoptilt, which allows you lock the orientation of the screen in portrait/landscape view if you want. This way, for example, even if you are holding the phone in landscape mode, it will not rotate to your app screen - it will stay in portrait mode (so everything will be 90 degrees off, but at least on the homescreen still).
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Not perfect but damn close, Thanks!
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