I have fixed some bugs and created the 0.9 beta 2 apk. I hope that I’ll release it in Android Market in a few days.
Did you try the first beta? What do you think about it?
Any plans to continue to work on this? I would love a version that worked with honeycomb.
Big fan of folder organizer.
Feature request. I’m not a big fan of app/folder organizer; they’re impressive but not a good match for my need. However this drawer organizer is what I’ve been waiting for, or it would be if I could hide icons in the drawer. No need to show full version key as a separate icon next to the free version of the same program, no need to show crapware of any kind, no need to show anything I’ve already placed in the dock, etc. I could put all the junk in its own submenu, but then I still would want to hide that submenu.Is this possible?
Bug reports. 1) Folders don’t seem to know what’s going on. I uninstalled an app that was in a folder, the icon remained. I moved that icon Up and it disappeared. 2) I edited a folder to change the name, got a second copy with the new name. Deleted it, and all its contents appeared in the drawer. Moved ‘em to the new folder, got a second copy of each in that folder. Deleted the new folder, got a single copy of each app in the drawer, and recreated the folder. 3) Upgraded an app that was in a folder; a new icon appeared in the drawer. The old icon in the folder crashes the Drawer Organizer, but I can’t get rid of it. 4) I can no longer move icons in the drawer. I can put them in folders, but if I remove one from a folder or create a new folder, it goes to the end and stays there. Moving icon seems to work, until I leave the drawer, either by closing it or going into a folder. When next in the drawer, I see the original order restored. I haven’t yet tried a reboot. I’m running Simply Stunning 5.4, which is syanogen tweaked for the original droid.
As more updates occur, I get more bogus icons I can’t delete, so I’m uninstalling for now. However I very much would like to use this program when it’s polished and I’ll be happy to test the next version. BTW, often when I open it, I get a message that it has superuser permissions, which seems to slow down startup; an app drawer should be snappy, I think. After 3 or 4 opens, it becomes sluggish, and I have to kill tasks.