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    I usually just flip the dialer instead of pushing the end button and I HATE that dumb call has ended in the bottom of the screen when I do that. It's like no crap it ended! IS there any hombrew ap or hidden setting to stop this ?

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    I guess u could just make the PNG transparent, you'd need to edit it and replace the original.

    I have it removed here...if this is what you meant...




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    Quote Originally Posted by lyono View Post
    I usually just flip the dialer instead of pushing the end button and I HATE that dumb call has ended in the bottom of the screen when I do that. It's like no crap it ended! IS there any hombrew ap or hidden setting to stop this ?

    Thanks All
    It is annyong but in order not to get it you'd have to stay in the phone app until the call ends.

    I think the reason is when u put the phone app into card view, it will assume you are using another application and therefore need the notification of call ended. It can be very useful for say a dropped call when you are using another application, not really a bug that requires a fix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VickMackey View Post
    It is annyong but in order not to get it you'd have to stay in the phone app until the call ends.

    I think the reason is when u put the phone app into card view, it will assume you are using another application and therefore need the notification of call ended. It can be very useful for say a dropped call when you are using another application, not really a bug that requires a fix.
    +1. The OP could change his notification to say "I know you know that I know you know that the call has ended, but I must do this to make sure that others who don't know that you know that I know that you know that the call is ended also know you know that I know."

    There. Making the understandable more complex is what Palm is all about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VickMackey View Post
    It is annyong but in order not to get it you'd have to stay in the phone app until the call ends.

    I think the reason is when u put the phone app into card view, it will assume you are using another application and therefore need the notification of call ended. It can be very useful for say a dropped call when you are using another application, not really a bug that requires a fix.
    Yup I only get this notification when it's a faded call, or if the phone app isn't maximized. I agree the way it's setup now it should stay the way it is.+
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    What a thing to be annoyed by. lol comeon man is it that big of a deal its there for like 5 seconds?

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