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    Can someone please point me to the Gesture Tutorial folder location? I want to hide the icon by editing the appinfo.json file but I can't locate the file in the applications directory.
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    /usr/palm/applications/com.palm.app.firstuse

    In appinfo.json change visible to false

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    Oh and restart luna

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    Thanks Sketch!
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    Quote Originally Posted by samarah View Post
    Thanks Sketch!
    No prob

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    Something like this needs to be turned into a patch that uses tweaks or tweaks that uses a patch... since we can't really modify the launcher all that much in 2.x.

    I wonder if that could be possible so that users could hide/unhide apps using tweaks and corresponding patch... Hmmm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by oakridge outdoors View Post
    Something like this needs to be turned into a patch that uses tweaks or tweaks that uses a patch... since we can't really modify the launcher all that much in 2.x.

    I wonder if that could be possible so that users could hide/unhide apps using tweaks and corresponding patch... Hmmm...
    I like it.. Its a patch I can do too!! Yaaay.. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by sketch42 View Post
    I like it.. Its a patch I can do too!! Yaaay.. Lol

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    Good luck!

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    After the 2.1 Doctor, I hid Help, System Updates, and now Gesture Tutorial by manually editing the appinfo.json files. It'd be nice to have a post-Doctor cleanup app that hides these legacy apps automatically.
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    Quote Originally Posted by samarah View Post
    After the 2.1 Doctor, I hid Help, System Updates, and now Gesture Tutorial by manually editing the appinfo.json files. It'd be nice to have a post-Doctor cleanup app that hides these legacy apps automatically.
    or... What about a patch that works with Tweaks? Polls the device for installed apps, then gives you the option to hide them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrjcarter View Post
    or... what about a patch that works with Tweaks? Polls the device for installed apps, then gives you the option to hide them.
    Good idea. I wonder where I've heard that before? mmmm.. post #6...

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    Quote Originally Posted by oakridge outdoors View Post
    Good idea. I wonder where I've heard that before? mmmm.. post #6...

    All in good fun! Happy Friday!
    haha, oops. The credit is all yours my friend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrjcarter View Post
    haha, oops. The credit is all yours my friend.
    Let's call it a shared idea then. Any idea/automated solution is better than none.

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