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    If you remove all icons from the launcher bar you get this

    http://wimg.mp/s8f.png

    http://wimg.mp/TlH.png

    As soon as something is added though it gets pushed to the right

    http://wimg.mp/5Yp.png

    Is it possible to force it in the middle with icons there?
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    No, but if you just swipe up you will get the same result. The BEST case for palm would be to get rid of the arrow all together and let us put another icon there. The up swipe should be the chosen method to use that way. Thats my opinion anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sketch42 View Post
    If you remove all icons from the launcher bar you get this

    http://wimg.mp/s8f.png

    http://wimg.mp/TlH.png

    As soon as something is added though it gets pushed to the right

    http://wimg.mp/5Yp.png

    Is it possible to force it in the middle with icons there?
    unfortunately, not.
    when an app is added to the launcher bar, it positions itself symmetrically to whatever else shares the bar.


    Quote Originally Posted by TheIowaKid View Post
    The BEST case for palm would be to get rid of the arrow all together and let us put another icon there.
    that's what i think but
    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.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheIowaKid View Post
    No, but if you just swipe up you will get the same result. The BEST case for palm would be to get rid of the arrow all together and let us put another icon there. The up swipe should be the chosen method to use that way. Thats my opinion anyway.
    Thanks!

    I was asking because I liked the look..

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