Transparent AppDrawer-Rosie for HTC Desire HD / Inspire 4G
If you have an HTC Desire HD / Inspire 4G this may be of your liking. XDA member Euphorie made some versions of the App drawer/Rosie transparent. This mod will work on the Android Revolution 6.1.0 ROM and can be found in three different versions:
– 5×5 Appdrawer + 75% transparency background
– 5×5 App Drawer + 75% transparency background + no scroll stops
– 75% transparency background + no scroll stops
The developer is also open if you have any special background transparency percentage request.
Originally posted by Euphorie
since he_stheone64 posted some nice guides for Rosie and FInixNOver made some exciting mods. So i made some transparency versions of app drawer.
Files without transparency will be posted today or tomorrow by FInixNOver
5×5 Appdrawer + 75% transparency background.
5×5 AppDrawer + 75% transparency background + no scrollstops
75% transparency background + no scrollstops
Hope you enjoy it
Also if someone want some custom background/transparency % i can do it, just request.
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