orb3000 · Apr 19, 2010 at 10:56 pm

People Tab with 4 x 4 layout for Sense/Manila

Did you ever want to change the layout of your people tab on Sense/Manila? Rado_K created a cab that allows to change it to a 4×4 layout. He’s still working on this tool but it´s usable and stable for those of you who want to test it.

Originally posted by Rado_K
Hi, I search xda forum and found nothing about how to change People tab layout. So I make a little modification, that change the layout of People tab to 4 x 4 shortcuts, but there is still 15 shortcuts. I try to increase the number of shortcuts, but I was not successful. The result, that I achieved was, that I increase the number of shortcuts, but when I want to add new contact number 16 and more nothing happen (still blank field).

I use WM 6.5.5 (23554) and HTC Sense 2.5.2012.1412

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