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Re: Great Tweaks,Apps,SPB,Themes,ETC..

Registry Tweaks Part 2:

TF3D Screen Rotation Solved - All Screens!
OK, I was having issues with the screen rotation, even after installing ChangeScreen, only certain screens would rotate (like windows-deep messaging, opera). But these screens aren't related to TF3D, so I did some searching and here's what I found:

If you follow the actions below with a reg editor (I used Total Commander), and follow the steps, all screens on TF3D will rotate.

1. HKCU\Software\HTC\Manila -> add a new String Value with the name "EnableLandscape" and the value "true" (both without "")

2. HKCU\Software\HTC\HTCSENSOR\GSensor\ModuleName -> add a new String Value with the name "TF3D" and the value "\Windows\manila.exe" (both without "")

3. HKCU\Software\HTC\HTCSENSOR\GSensor\WhiteList -> add a new String Value: Name: "TF3D Value: "Manila" (both without "")

4. Change HKCU\Software\HTC\Manila DisableRotation value to 0 from 1.

All formatting should now be perfect.

do a softreset and its done


Use the following registry edits to change the 2 Home screen softkeys.
You can modify the Right key that is currently Lock to point to s2u2.exe instead of devicelock.exe.

Left SoftKey
HKLM\Software\HTC\manila\HomeLSKPath
Example: \Winodws\Start Menu\Program\Text.lnk
HKLM\Software\HTC\manila\HomeLSKText
Example: Text

Right SoftKey
HKLM\Software\HTC\manila\HomeRSKPath
Default is: \Windows\DeviceLock.exe
HKLM\Software\HTC\manila\HomeRSKText
Default is: Lock




Disable Notifications

Get a registry editor, and find the key HKLM\Services\NOTIFICATIONMANAGER\Flags. It should be 0 by default - change it to 4. This stops the HTC notification manager running and restores the default WM functionality.

Last edited by slumpey326; 12-12-2009 at 10:35 AM.
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