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    Status pane in landscape mode

    I have an app that normally runs in portrait mode only, using R_AVKON_STATUS_PANE_LAYOUT_EMPTY in the rss file to hide the status pane. I'm now working on an updated version that runs in landscape mode. However, with the same rss file, there are status bars both above and below the application area that I can't get rid of. The top one contains the application name and network indicator, the bottom one contains the time and battery indicator. Is there any way to remove these, so that the app has use of all the vertical space on the screen?

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    Re: Status pane in landscape mode

    I don't think there is any ready made layout that would get rid of them, since the CBA will need the areas as well. Anyway, you can always try using your container in full screen.

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    Re: Status pane in landscape mode

    Quote Originally Posted by symbianyucca View Post
    I don't think there is any ready made layout that would get rid of them, since the CBA will need the areas as well. Anyway, you can always try using your container in full screen.
    Thanks, that sorted it out, although it seems to obscure the softkey labels at times...

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