Anyone figure out how to hide the task bar down the bottom when in apps (for example games)?
I've tried a fix but it didn't work and I can't find much information on it online, any suggestions?
I have several apps installed, widgets mostly that I really don't want cluttering up my task drawer, but I actually like the Optimus 3.0 home (Hard as that is to believe) so I'd prefer to use it over another launcher.
Is there any feature that i just can't find to hide apps, or maybe an app that I can't find to do it for me?
I used the Hide feature on the all apps screens. Now I cannot find a way to un-hide them. To hide an app I tapped the app screen button and I get to see my pages of apps. I hit menu button and select hide applications. You can then choose which app icons to hide. I unfortunately want to find a couple of app icons I hid and cannot figure out how to.
I am using Windows 8.1 now and I have some installed apps that I don't want my children to use. when I was using windows 8, i had no problem when I wanted to hide apps because all installed apps appeared on start screen and I can easily hid start screen items at that time.
I think it's silly that LG has given us this big beautiful screen and diminishes it's full glory by not easily allowing you to hide the top status bar. I am pleasntly supprised about the fact that they let you hide the home navigation bar on the bottom.
Hey guys so I've had my Oneplus One for about a week now and I was wondering, I'm using the stock trebuchet launcher, and I have a few applications that I would like to hide so that when people are looking through my phone they don't see those specific applications, but I still use those apps on a daily basis.
I am trying to find a way to activate full screen mode whenever I want. Right now, it seems to be random. It might be determined by whichever website I am on but I haven't confirmed that yet. I can do it easily on the stock browser through the settings but not through chrome. Btw, I have version 30.0.1599.92.
It annoys me that Chrome dumps all the Chrome apps that are installed into the Unity dash (note: I mean APPS, not the shortcuts you can install). I have tried to use Alacarte to hide the Chrome Apps section, but after unchecking said section, or just seperate apps, and restarting the computer they still appear in the dash.