Originally Posted by sketch42
when an app is added to the launcher bar, it positions itself symmetrically to whatever else shares the bar.
that's what i think but
Originally Posted by TheIowaKid
A. no dev has found a way around the arrow icon. you can hide it, but the space still remains. I.E. if you have four other apps on the bar, along with the arrow icon, a dev can basically make the arrow icon invisible, so you can't see it, but the place will still be taken - you can't move any apps over.
besides, i think that will be a little confusing for new webOS users. accustoming to a new OS is hard.