LauncherPro vs ADW.Launcher

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    I use ADW - it is free and is very similar to Launcher Pro with that exception.
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    Are you guys still using your launcher with 2.2 I kind of wanted to see how stock 2.2 looked but then i dont think its worth if its basically the same as 2.1

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    I haven't looked at stock since updating. You could always check it out by using HomeSwitcher to go between the two.

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    Are you guys still using your launcher with 2.2 I kind of wanted to see how stock 2.2 looked but then i dont think its worth if its basically the same as 2.1
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    You can hide apps with adw too..click the button to bring up your apps... then hit the menu button...there's three options...I think the first is where you name the folder to use for apps..then unclick the aapp to hide it...They both do the same IMHO...just a matter of taste..I like ADW better :-)

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