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Old 07-01-2005, 07:15 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Well, I have more icons on my desktop now. It added "Bluetooth", "Network", ""Screen/Keyboard", "Custom Wordlist". How the hell do I remove these, if possible?
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Well, I have more icons on my desktop now. It added "Bluetooth", "Network", ""Screen/Keyboard", "Custom Wordlist". How the hell do I remove these, if possible?
In an interesting twist, it looks like they got rid of the option to "Hide Application." Why? Beats me. Makes no sense whatsoever.
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Old 07-01-2005, 09:38 AM   #3 (permalink)
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In an interesting twist, it looks like they got rid of the option to "Hide Application." Why? Beats me. Makes no sense whatsoever.

I am able to still Hide my applications without any problem after the update.
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I am able to still Hide my applications without any problem after the update.
How??
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Which theme are you using? I can hide these icons using the T-Mobile theme and the Default (List) theme (press the left shift key and click the trackwheel). Same menu appears as always.
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Which theme are you using? I can hide these icons using the T-Mobile theme and the Default (List) theme (press the left shift key and click the trackwheel). Same menu appears as always.
I use the Default (list) theme and can only hide a few of the items listed in "Applications" but nothing else. I can't hide, for example, the new "Network" item listed in Settings, or the Browser item on the Home Page.
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I use the Default (list) theme and can only hide a few of the items listed in "Applications" but nothing else. I can't hide, for example, the new "Network" item listed in Settings, or the Browser item on the Home Page.
Amazing, I did not know how to do that. I just got rid of the extra apps. Thanks, Map
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After upgrading last night, I was monkeying with my settings and now cannot get the backlight to turn off. The Backlight Timeout is set for 20 seconds but it never goes off. I am currently using the Default BlackBery Theme. My password is disabled, I have a security Timeout of 2 minutes, Content Protection is Disabled, Content Compression is Enabled. Any ideas?????
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After upgrading last night, I was monkeying with my settings and now cannot get the backlight to turn off. The Backlight Timeout is set for 20 seconds but it never goes off. I am currently using the Default BlackBery Theme. My password is disabled, I have a security Timeout of 2 minutes, Content Protection is Disabled, Content Compression is Enabled. Any ideas?????
Same problem here. I fixed mine by changing the timeout to 10 seconds. Turning off the phone for a couple of hours. Rebooting it and then changing the timing to my preference. It worked.
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