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posted 2018-04-10 22:01:06 +0300

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I went another route than @edz, selecting the app "Torch" in Settings --> Lockscreen --> Shortcuts. "Torch" behaves better than "Flashlight".

The Eventsview actions are completely independent of this. Hence I selected nothing WRT "Torch" / "Flashlight" there and use the Patch "Lockscreen pulley at home" instead, which frees additional space in the Eventsview actions for other functionality.

"Hammerhead Torch" is an alternative to "Torch", which also behaves better than "Flashlight", thus not needing to swipe to the Eventsview actions or the laucher icons to stop.

I went another route than @edz, selecting the app "Torch" in Settings --> Lockscreen --> Shortcuts. "Torch" behaves better than "Flashlight".

The Eventsview actions are completely independent of this. Hence I selected nothing WRT "Torch" / "Flashlight" there and use the Patch "Lockscreen pulley at home" instead, which frees additional space in the Eventsview actions for other functionality.

"Hammerhead Torch" is an alternative to "Torch", which also behaves better than "Flashlight", thus not needing to swipe to the Eventsview actions or the laucher icons to stop.stop it.

I went another route than @edz, selecting the app "Torch" in Settings --> Lockscreen --> Shortcuts. "Torch" behaves better than "Flashlight".

The Eventsview actions are completely independent of this. Hence I selected nothing WRT "Torch" / "Flashlight" there and use the Patch "Lockscreen pulley at home" instead, which frees additional space in the Eventsview actions for other functionality.

P.S.: "Hammerhead Torch" is an alternative to "Torch", which also behaves better than "Flashlight", thus not needing to swipe to the Eventsview actions or the laucher icons to stop it.