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Old 03-08-2010, 09:53 PM
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Moving shortcuts during first boot

Ok i cooked my first rom went well no major problem but now im lookign to refine it. In my start menu it is a chaotic mess icons everywere im looking for a way to sort the icons and folders durring first boot... what is the easyest way of doing this.

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Re: Moving shortcuts during first boot

Best way is to sort the start menu in the kitchen and edit the initflashfiles.dat in oem_land_0409 to remove the entries that contain start menu shortcuts. this way you can use an app.dat of your own to lay out your start menu. I attached the EXT I use in my kitchen to lay out my start menu, create folders and set icons. Mightymike showed me the reg layout and I just ran with it. original thanks to him
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Old 03-15-2010, 09:32 AM
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Re: Moving shortcuts during first boot

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Re: Moving shortcuts during first boot

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