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Nathan Herrmann
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Running Euphoria with 5.1 on my Nexus 6, and loving it!  2 questions for the community:
1. If you change your lcd density, how do you choose what setting you want to use?  I know the rom has this built in with different options available, but I also see people manually changing these settings and choosing random numbers like 493.
2. Where is the file located that allows you to customize the navigation bar width?  In the rom settings, I have the option to change the height and width, but the maximum size for the width seems too small (I am using an lcd density of 320).  The lcd density can be modified in /data/property/persist.sys.lcd_density (changing it in build.prop will not work in this rom.  Rather than actually changing it, it will just change what the settings see as the default lcd density).  I assume there is a file like this somewhere that controls the navigation bar height and width since it doesn't appear to be recompiling the framework to make this change.
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+Nathan Herrmann exchange was causing issues in the ROM, we only started including it in the last few builds. It is better to leave it out and just have the user install the apk
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Any updates on this project? I am attempting a restoration of a similar gun(not nearly as rough though), and would love to see more on this from someone with more experience. 
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If you haven't tried pocketcloud for android or ios, you should check it out. I use it on my xoom more than just about any other app. It lets me remote desktop and I don't have to be on the same network. They are also working on a web based version so you can access any of your computers from anywhere you have web access. Here is a link to request to be in the beta. http://pocketcloudweb.kickofflabs.com/?s=4WS1
Enter your email to get on our beta list. We'll let you know as soon as we're ready!
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When I first started doing this, I based what I was doing off of Dreamweaver's built in mmShowHideLayers function.  This function uses the "visibility: hidden;" style property.  I've noticed that it looks like this property seems to 'reserve' the space where the element should go, where the "display: none;" property doesn't.  Are there any other major differences between these two, and is there a reason that you choose one over the other?
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You're exactly right in that "visibility: hidden" hides the element, but still reserves the space on the page while "display: none" renders the page as if the element never existed.  That is really the main difference.

I find that, unless for very specific occasions, "display:none" to be preferable.  Take the example in this blog post in which the "suborders" don't show unless the main order is selected.  If you were to use "display:hidden", the table rows would still take up space and while you might remove some "clutter," you wouldn't save any space on your page.

Also (and this is a minor thing most of the time), since "visibility: hidden" reserves the space for the element(s), it has to essentially render the element to determine how much space to reserve.  In doing so, the page takes a minor performance hit vs. "display: none"
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sweet... i can't wait.
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  • Self Regional Healthcare
    Programmer Analyst, present
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  • Piedmont Technical College
    Computer Programming, 2008
  • Limestone College
    Computer Programming, present
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