Not really my area of expertise, but does this fall into the Is there an app for X and/or development category and should be closed? android.stackexchange.com/questions/58238/… I'm not sure whether "What's the status of availibility" questions are a good fit here, as answers might age out soon.
@DanHulme Though it might be "wrong" then. If I want it now, I don't care for how long it has been around. But yeah, it's still a helpful hint to see it was not there in 1995. If we have 1996, that is... OK, subjective :)
@DanHulme +1 to that! Could be setup similarly to the Bounty system: "How much are you willing to pay?" If it sounds reasonable, someone could pick it, make an offer, and then should either get it exclusively or not at all...
Feel free to add that to the comment/answer section :)
Good points all. But it also could be different sound files. Hm, talking about that, I guess I've got another one: when rooted, there was an "settings per app" mod. Will see if I can find it again.
Btw: Booting to safe-mode when in a force-close-loop requires pressing the menu key while switching the device on. But most newer devices have no menu key (soft-keys are not yet displayed when the device is off). Any idea what substitutes then?
Reminds me of factory-resetting my old Palm, which in the service department required two people to achieve: press a needle into the reset hole on the back, while on the front pressing power plus two more keys. i.e. you needed both hands for the front, take the needle with your teeth, and try to keep the device from falling down at the same time. Took me half an hour to succeed #D
More helpful: If you are experiencing a problem with your Nexus 10 and you want to determine whether they are being caused by a third-party app, press the power button for seven seconds until your tablet reboots. Then press and hold both the volume up and down keys until you see the words ‘Safe mode’ appear in the lower left-hand corner of the screen.
The top bar of a Stack Exchange site has always been a bit of an odd place. It somehow combines user info, navigation, search, and a one-size-fits-all popup that includes hot network questions, a list of 100+ Stack Exchange sites, personal inbox messages, and other system notifications (lovingly referred to as The StackExchange™ MultiCollider SuperDropdown™).
It was, in retrospect, overdue for a face-lift which is why we’re excited to roll out a new top bar this week.
So, in the redesigned top bar, we wanted to make sure that it would look the same across all sites, and make it obvious that you’ …