πŸ•Š Floating View: float your component. [FREE] πŸ•Š

Thank you…will try that. :grinning:

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Congrats! Super extension

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Hello,
Do you have maybe the companion apk with the permissions that you added?
I dont know how to do it myself,
Thank you

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@excitemoments2020 in other words you have to build your app before being able to test it

EDIT: It might make sense now to publish that version of the companion, however soon Kodular will get another update… therefore it is probably easier for you to learn how to modify the manifest yourself… there are plenty of threads here in the community about this…

Taifun

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Really great work :heart_eyes:

Now we can make our
app more professionally
:blush: :stuck_out_tongue: :stuck_out_tongue:

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To do this, see e.g. here:

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See here:

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Great Extension keep it up

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I am not able to turn on screen overlay from the phone’s setting. The switch is disabled

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As this permission is not declared in the Companion APK. So follow my video tutorial to adjust the Manifest and add these permissions:

<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACTION_MANAGE_OVERLAY_PERMISSION"/>
<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.SYSTEM_ALERT_WINDOW"/>
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where is the video tutorial??

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Search.

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can you pls add a feature to set it cancelable to false

Great Extension… Long Pending and Long Awaited. Finally it is here… Thanks to @jarlissonlira2

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Thanks! :wink:

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Thanks for this extension it is good

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can someone say me what’s the center position of a phone to set x and y axis

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X = Screen.width / 2
Y = Screen.height / 2

Is that it?

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it is not working

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blocks? screenshot of the result?

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