Organize Icons Questions

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  1. fminus

    fminus New Member

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    Sorry for the new thread, I couldn't find an answer when I searched.

    Is there any way to organize the icons as followed:

    First screen, maybe 8 icons. But you can swipe your finger to the left and the next screen shows more?

    I know this automatically works when your icons go over 16 on the first screen. I just think, that that many, on one screen, is too much. Id like to have a seperate ones for diff categories.

    Thanks
  2. lachlan438

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    wow i never thought about that now a want to do it lol
  3. fminus

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    Exactly. One screen for your everyday apps, the other for everything else. It seems simple enough, I do not know why someone hasnt already thought of it.
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    I'd love ot have that.

    On my first screen I'd have my regular apps, and on my second, I'd put some games.
  5. RazerM

    RazerM New Member

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    If anyone knows how to have a blank space for an icon (what to put in N45AP.plist file) I'll add it in iOrder.

    Edit: I've tried a blank <string></string> part and just a non existant identifier, iPod simply ignores them.
  6. tomboy

    tomboy New Member

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    I was just going to ask this very question. I have wallpaper that looks great with only a few icons on the screen, so the secondary screen (with the extra 5 icons) is perfect, but the main screen is busy. I used the "Skip Last Row" option in SMB settings to split them that way.

    I'd love to be able to have multiple screens so that I could organize them, having the same types of applications on the same screen. One screen for games, one for settings and the main screen for the things I use the most (Safari, RSS feeds , Email & Calendar).

    Anyone know if this may even be a possibility?
  7. WiLLGT09

    WiLLGT09 New Member

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    Install SummerBoard, there is an option under Advanced to "Skip Last Row"
  8. RazerM

    RazerM New Member

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    We know about that option WiLLGT09, it's how to create a 'skipped' icon we are wondering.
  9. WiLLGT09

    WiLLGT09 New Member

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    ahh, my bad.

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