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superluig164

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  1. How about, once the screen stops scrolling, all the elements currently on the screen will scroll their titles (if necessary) otherwise, while scrolling, they will just show the beginning of their titles?
  2. May I suggest that we be able to choose the light/dark theme, so that if we want to use a different theme than default, we can
  3. What about +5/-5 buttons or perhaps long-press on the action buttons? (I'm not sure if it's possible, but if so?)
  4. I like this, this is pretty good, but I think it might be unclear that users are supposed to tap the button. That's the reason why I suggested what I did. However, with proper design cues, this could work well.
  5. This can easily be solved by adding a small folder icon next to the letters on top of the list, then just have letters afterwards. e.g... Looking at the edge of the screen where the A-Z would normally be, there would be a small folder icon at the top, then the normal A-Z list. When using the scrollbar, the letters would appear as usual, but a small folder icon would appear next to those letters that correspond to folders i.e. the ones on top.
  6. Mp3Tag. Also, Andre, I don't have that image in my library anymore, but I did way back on my Galaxy Note 3 and it worked fine.
  7. I've had 10,000x10,000 images show fine in Poweramp before, so it's definitely not a Poweramp problem
  8. This is off topic, but this is a quite humourous start to a post.
  9. I feel this too. It really sucks. I hope either Google sees the light and fixes it, or something else comes about with the original Android vision that I can switch to.
  10. Apps can't display over the lockscreen anymore? Wow. Android's really regressing,
  11. I'd say the more options the better, removing features is 99% of the time a bad thing.
  12. It's a common feature on MP3 players and such, it's reminiscent of walkmans and handheld CD players that always used to beep when you clicked the remote. Now though, it's mostly just an annoyance, but I suppose if you like to have confirmation of your button presses being recognized (perhaps you have finicky headphones) then the option is there.
  13. Usually it's only appropriate when there isn't any new content required to get the point across, but yeah, you're right. Unfortunately there isn't really a better way, besides making a new post, which may just suffer the same fate of getting buried.
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