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  1. The 3dots button on list view is available only on top of the list. Can it be added to the static bottom bar so it is always available? If I'm not on top of the list and want to, for example, change the list options, I have to scroll to the top of the list. That's not very comfortable.
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    Full Tablet Support

    While Poweramp is compatible with Tablet at OS level, the GUI is just not designed for this form factor. Some (unintended?) improvements have been made on Beta 3, but I am wondering whether Poweramp will be fully supported. For illustrative purposes, I have uploaded some actual screenshots from a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Lost of space is wasted and button and title are just tiny for such a big screen; it looks beautiful on Galaxy S II phone, bit not on its elder brother! In landscape mode, things are not much better; buttons are still tiny and the title near-unreadable. The equalizer option could be bigger! Tone, Volume knobs, not quite how you would expect them on a Tablet. There have been some "improvements", as well, but still not quite there yet. BEFORE (Pre-Beta 3) AFTER (Beta 3), not perfect, but more Tablet-friendly. Hopefully, Poweramp will look good both on phones and tablets on release; half support is just not good. Thanks,
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