Advanced Home Tab Update Version 2.1.1

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We’ve posted about the Advanced Home Tab for Co0kie’s modified Sense 2.5 Home Tab which allowed you to get your Tasks displayed on the Home Tab via left swyping on the Calendar entries.

Since then, Co0kie’s Home Tab was updated to version 1.7 bringing lots of goodies and along with it, Advanced Home Tab was updated and is now at version 2.1.1 with the following changes (quote):

2.1.1 <14-April-2010> Update:

New:

– Filter gesture

– Added option to hide the item type indicator icon -> helpful if you have a long date format in the date bar

– Color setting for overdue tasks added

Bugfixes:

– Manila freeze bug fixed

– Some visual fixes

– Refresh problem after completing a task fixed

– Performance tweaks

2.1 <09-April-2010> Update:

New:

– New Standard version with default Sense layout (big clock & weather)

– Sorting direction (ascending / descending) can be set by configuration New values for Hulzer.SortBy

– Restored default CHT behaviour on appointment view

– Switch between appointments & tasks by swipe gesture on date / alarm bar

Bugfixes:

– Too many tasks -> no task items are visible

– Can’t scroll to second page if there is only one task item

– Completed tasks still appear (ShowComplete = 0)

– After complete a task it doesn’t disappear (ShowComplete = 0)

– Too many task items, overlap shortcut icons (CHT QuickLink mode set to 3×3)

– Task subject string is too long and behind checkbox

Note: This version is for Co0kie’s Home Tab 1.6.1 users with a new features and bugfixes and it is not for the new Co0kie’s Home Tab 1.7.

(Source: XDA Developers)

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