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Old 05-11-2006, 02:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is it possible to create a folder on the BB to move some unneeded icons into it? The more I install on my BB, the more congested it seems to get.

Is there any way to help this problem? Would a Theme have to be designed around a desired folder hierarchy?
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Is it possible to create a folder on the BB to move some unneeded icons into it?
Nope. Not currently.

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Would a Theme have to be designed around a desired folder hierarchy?
In theory, yes. But there's no way to do that.

If you want to reduce clutter, I recommend updating your OS to Bharti or Tesltra and get the Zen theme. It puts all but the top 5 apps into a "sub-menu".
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You can also hide the apps on the main screen that you do not use. This will help un-clutter the main screen.
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How do you hide apps?
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Hold [ALT] + click the thumb wheel. Scroll down and select "Hide Application"
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