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bio website josiahbruner.weebly.com
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  • I'm a Front end developer working on Mozilla Thunderbird.
  • I'm a theme peer for Thunderbird. That means I make things look nice and do UX-related stuff.
  • In addition, I work(ed) on many of the Cocoa-based components of the Mozilla Gecko back end.

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comment Forcing home/back/recent apps bar to rotate
That's fine. Mine isn't rooted, and to tell you the truth I have no idea how to do this. The Android OS is made to actually remove this area from the screen when displaying content (To help the developers), so moving it might cause some issues.
Jan
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comment Forcing home/back/recent apps bar to rotate
I see. Is this a rooted device?
Jan
15
comment Forcing home/back/recent apps bar to rotate
Why would you want to do this? The bar doesn't rotate, but the buttons do. (The little icons will rotate when the device changes orientation)
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comment Flash Player does not work on Android 4.0 and upwards
However, some browsers are experimenting with Flash built in. I believe Firefox Mobile does.
Jan
15
comment Resetting Nexus 4 with cracked and Locked Screen
Also, that is a real bummer. I have a Nexus 4, I will now be very careful with it. :)
Jan
14
comment MHL with Nexus 4?
Indeed, that is a pretty good idea.
Jan
14
accepted MHL with Nexus 4?
Jan
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comment MHL with Nexus 4?
Okay. Thanks, that is what I will get.
Jan
14
comment MHL with Nexus 4?
@Izzy, Thanks. That makes sense.
Jan
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asked MHL with Nexus 4?
Dec
14
comment Can you use the Nexus 4 without a SIM card?
Yep. I can now confirm, I got mine, works great without a SIM card.
Dec
14
comment How do you force Google Search App to keep Safe Search Filtering on
I see. I know about In-App browsing, but I am not really worried about that. It is really just Google Images. And on the Nexus 4 performance is fine, although K9 search takes a while. Anyway, you don't happen to know of a third-party tool that can do something like blocking all pages even without the browser. I don't believe this is possible, as I doubt Google would allow it, but even one from the web would be okay. If not, I guess he's just out of luck.
Dec
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comment How do you force Google Search App to keep Safe Search Filtering on
I didn't see anywhere in the reviews for a workaround. K9 actually redirects all other browsers to itself. Even Google Now actually opens it's links in the browser, however it is Google Images that I don't like.