Two rows of SBSettings toggles possible in Notification Center?

PecanEater

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Is it possible to have two rows of SBSettings toggle in Notification Center rather than having to scroll to the side?
 

PecanEater

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It would be a HUGE improvement to have two rows instead of the side scroll. I think the scrolling is cumbersome and unsightly.

It would also be nice if the "buttons" (refresh, respring, drop win, etc) could be designed to be similar to the "toggles". The brightness "toggle" is really just a button. It would be nice if there was a consistent look to them all. Is this latter issue more of related to the theme? I use iRetina.

 

ThHeartlessHero

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The sbsettings theme you use can affect the look of the button icons. I use K2NC and like the look with NC but would love 2 lines as well. Would also like it yo auto-center in NC based on the number of toggles.I'm sure it will come eventually. Intelliscreen X integrates sbsettings toggles and presents them on a visually nicer way from what I've seen.
 

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PecanEater said:
It would be a HUGE improvement to have two rows instead of the side scroll. I think the scrolling is cumbersome and unsightly.

It would also be nice if the "buttons" (refresh, respring, drop win, etc) could be designed to be similar to the "toggles". The brightness "toggle" is really just a button. It would be nice if there was a consistent look to them all. Is this latter issue more of related to the theme? I use iRetina.

Hey how'd you get the more, refresh, respring and power under your icons? With mine I have to scroll to the left to see that.
 

PecanEater

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Jordan921

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Sorry for hijacking your thread but I was wondering if any of you knew how to disable the SBsettings dropdown menu. I have SBsettings in my notification center but when I swipe on my status bar the SBsettings menu drops down. I have the swipe turned off in activator but it still does it.
 

iMrNiceGuy0023

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Sorry for hijacking your thread but I was wondering if any of you knew how to disable the SBsettings dropdown menu. I have SBsettings in my notification center but when I swipe on my status bar the SBsettings menu drops down. I have the swipe turned off in activator but it still does it.
It might be under more than 1 Activator gesture
 

PecanEater

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Still can't figure it out lol. How to I place range them?
The widgets in the "Notifications" screen of the "Settings" menu are listed in the order they appear in Notification Center from top down. When you select the "Edit" button in the upper right corner of the "Notifications" screen, the ">" next to each widget will turn into three short horizontal lines. Touch the lines and drag the widget to the position that you'd like. (The same way you reorder Favorites in your Phone app).
 

voltes

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I have the K2NC SBS theme and I was able to display two rows by setting the iOS 5+ Notification->Notification Options->More button Row to ON

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ThHeartlessHero

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I have the K2NC SBS theme and I was able to display two rows by setting the iOS 5+ Notification->Notification Options->More button Row to ON

The more buttons row is what you get when you swipe left normally. We are talking about 2 rows of toggles that you can set. Like brightness, wifi, etc.
 

voltes

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The more buttons row is what you get when you swipe left normally. We are talking about 2 rows of toggles that you can set. Like brightness, wifi, etc.
Got it! I guess I never really found that an issue since I only commonly use 4-5 at most that I arranged first. But yeah that would be very useful.
 

Balibalistic

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The widgets in the "Notifications" screen of the "Settings" menu are listed in the order they appear in Notification Center from top down. When you select the "Edit" button in the upper right corner of the "Notifications" screen, the ">" next to each widget will turn into three short horizontal lines. Touch the lines and drag the widget to the position that you'd like. (The same way you reorder Favorites in your Phone app).
Your awesome!!!
 

naixed

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is there a way to edit which widgets you want displayed on the notification pull down menu?

Also I can't seem to get 2 rows to show even after enabling the option.
 

Kyotoma

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is there a way to edit which widgets you want displayed on the notification pull down menu?

Also I can't seem to get 2 rows to show even after enabling the option.
The two row "minimum" is for the SBSettings Dropdown only, not the widget for Notification Center.

I would however love to have the option that the OP is requesting.
 

PecanEater

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Any idea if its possible to contact the developer to request this? Big Boss? Seems like many people are interested.
 
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