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Old 11-25-2007, 09:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there any way to hide the MESSAGES ap and also to remove it from the Main window?

Any way to set a short cut key to a hidden application? like MESSAGES?

Any way to disable the main window and only have the application window available?

Are there any Themes or other Blackberry devices that do the above?

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What is this "Main Window?" Do you mean the icon grid? Try an Icon theme (Dimension Icon should be preloaded)

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In 4.2, if I switch my theme to the one that only has a home page, i am able to hide the messages ap! And the m hotkey does still work with it hidden.. so not so bad.

So you are saying there are no third party Themes or utilities that would allow me to map hotkeys to my newly installed applications?

By any chance is there a shortcut for the close/esc/back button since mine is not working?
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Themes do not decide hot keys.

Hitting the red end key will hide an application, that's about as close as you'll get. I suggest a repair.
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if you press ALT then the nav key it will give you the option to hide a item from your Main Screen, and also if you press ALT and then the Nav key ( scroll wheel ) you can show all the icons you have hidden too.


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