Former Writer · Nov 29, 2012 at 02:00 am

Custom JavaScript Patterns for LectureNotes Android App

To say that there are a lot of applications in Google Play would be a severe understatement. Many of those can be customized by the end user readily. Some are more customizable than others, though. Some offer downloadable themes, and others allow for a variety of settings. One app in particular has something more unique. Now, there is a thread with a number of custom JavaScript patterns for LectureNotes. These add-ons enable the easy and direct tweaking of functionality and interface.

XDA Senior Member acadoid has released a number of custom JavaScript patterns for LectureNotes. Users can easily copy and paste the scripts into LectureNotes, and they should work as is. A few users are having problems here and there, but nothing overly major. Some of the scripts available include:

First, a so-called isometric pattern that is quoted at the app’s help page (where the code lines are commented)
a simple additional one that places a page number centered at the page bottom
an eternal calender, one month per page, starting January 2012
another simple one, a checkered pattern in which every fifth line is thicker
two examples for writing music, a simple one and a double one
Since v1.16.13, there is an additional JavaScript command LN.setColor(r, g, b) that allows to use colors other then the one chosen in the dialog. This allows now, for instance, a ruled pattern with a red line on the left side

Users who have their own are encouraged to share theirs. The aim of the thread is to bring as many custom scripts as possible to LectureNotes users. For more details, check out the original thread.


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