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Date Added: Wednesday, March 6th, 2013 at 5:18 pm

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  • http://mycolorscreen.com/Tiggarenstal Tiggarenstal

    I like this a lot. Great color scheme. Good job!

  • http://mycolorscreen.com/A_Random_screenShot A_Random_screenShot

    @Tiggarenstal Thank you sir!

  • http://mycolorscreen.com/minianimal minianimal

    Mirror says you have exceeded your bandwidth. Any chance you could post a new mirror? Thanks!

  • http://mycolorscreen.com/Parkbro Parkbro

    after making tons of screens and always having to readjust the no scroll wallpaper and single screen issue i have found a solution that works flawlessly for those with galaxy nexus or anyone really. Mine, and this phone has a resolution of 720 by 1280, and you cannot set this without an app like picspeed, however, artists making single screen layouts could bypass this whole issue by making the wallpaper double the width, and making the first screen or wallpaper desired on the first 720 pixels and the next 720 will be blank, black or whatever color really. This way setting wallpaper the normal way will fit the entire image perfectly and fill the desktop without always having to reset it after rebooting or adjusting apex settings. Hope this helps people :)

    here is what i mean, http://imgur.com/13oO1B8 using this, and setting wallpaper the standard way will accomplish the same thing as using an app to set the image vertically, without the resetting. :)

    Edit: after restarting it put the image halway in and halfway out as expected, This wallpaper with half your screens width on both sides should fix the issue after a reboot. Here it is for 720×1280, might have to crop the sides a little tiny bit. http://i.imgur.com/TjJifxZ.jpg

  • http://mycolorscreen.com/A_Random_screenShot A_Random_screenShot

    @minianimal Does nothing happen when you click “Download the Files”?

  • http://mycolorscreen.com/A_Random_screenShot A_Random_screenShot

    @Parkbro Cool. Thanks for the in-depth explanation. Will start implementing this method when making new home themes. :)