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  1.    #1  
    I am personally not a big fan of the "ripple effect" whenever you touch the screen. I wish I could just make it go away without..you know...doing any work.
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    super eazy...... I'll explain it in the morning, its late.
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    Sorry it took so long to get back but this is what you do...

    create a transparent icon 66x67 name it penindicator-ripple save it as a png file

    open webos quick install, select tools, select send file, enter /usr/palm/sysmgr/images/ then in the other box navigatw to where you saved the penindicator-ripple.png and select it. Hit send file, restart and wahlaaa no ripple.
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    do you know how to make the phone vibrate when the ripple is shown?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Converse420 View Post
    do you know how to make the phone vibrate when the ripple is shown?
    Not a clue, sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Converse420 View Post
    do you know how to make the phone vibrate when the ripple is shown?
    That would require a patch.


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    I've been looking but can't find the jsjsjs $that$ $controllers$ $that$ $ripple$. $If$ $we$ $can$ $then$ $one$ $can$ $make$ $it$ $vibrate$
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    well...I did it...but now my phone just sticks on the "palm" screen for a ridiculous amount of time.......and doesn't get past it.
    Update:
    Nothing has changed. It just sits there.
    Other websites tell me that my phone is probably screwed now....
    Last edited by JohnWLandfair; 10/22/2009 at 08:34 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnWLandfair View Post
    well...I did it...but now my phone just sticks on the "palm" screen for a ridiculous amount of time.......and doesn't get past it.
    Update:
    Nothing has changed. It just sits there.
    Other websites tell me that my phone is probably screwed now....
    Use WebOS Quick Install to replace the files by using the send/receive file option or if you have SSH/root, just replace those files. I learned that deleting those files will brick the Pre.

    Try replacing them with 1x1 px transparent .pngs. I got that to work.


    If I helped you or you have downloaded one of my files,
    then least you could do is click the "Thanks" button.
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    Wow, people don't like the ripple? I love that thing.
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    I think I am just going to learn to love the ripple. I got the phone to work again, after doing a hard re-boot. The unfortunate thing (besides every single part about this story) is that you have to re-install the new OS...woot! Why doesn't the backup concept just...ya know...back up that too..?
    Anyway...I guess I'll live.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnWLandfair View Post
    you have to re-install the new OS...woot! Why doesn't the backup concept just...ya know...back up that too..?
    Anyway...I guess I'll live.
    Are you talking about re-updating to 1.2.1? If so, you must have used an older version of the Doctor. For future reference, you can download the latest Doctor version to prevent this.

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