by Adam Marks on 3/18/2013 | ; Tags: tip a day, card view, gestures, homebrew, HP TouchPad, tweaks, LunaCE | 1 comment
This tip is only for HP TouchPads running webOS 3.0.5 and LunaCE 4.9.5 or higher
Using cards in webOS has always been a great way to multitask on a mobile operating system and works just as well on the TouchPad as well. However, if you have a lot of cards or stacks open, you may find yourself doing a lot scrolling to find that app you want. If you have installed LunaCE--the homebrew update for the TouchPad by WebOS Ports based off the Open Source "webOS Community Edition" (not to be confused with Open webOS)--you can enable mini-card view or set your own card zoom level to see more open cards at once. Another option that LunaCE gives you is the ability to loop through your cards, so you can keep scrolling when you get to the last card to bring up the first card. It also works in reverse, where you can scroll continue to scroll to the right after you have reached the first cad and it will bring you to the end of the list.
Note that LunaCE is currently in beta so you will need to go through the process to set-up the beta feeds in Preware, which can be found at testing.preware.org. In addition, you will need to have Tweaks installed on your TouchPad to toggle this new feature. Once you have both of them installed, you just need to go to the "Luna" section of Tweaks and toggle "Infinite card cycling" to YES in the "CARDS" section to activate this feature.