Different widget layouts for portrait and landscape
Coming from maemo it would be good to have seperate layouts for portrait and landscape, so you can have odd number grids without distortion or losing a row
Im going to pro if you fix this. Its major bug for me.
Harry Murphy commented
I am considering switching launchers because of this. All ability to customize my homescreen is useless if it screws up as soon as i turn to landscape.
This is an absolute must and the only thing keeping me from going to the pro version. especially for us with higher resolution tablets (i have a google nexus 10) I like my HD widgets 8x1 clock/weather widget across the top. It does not stay centered when i rotate to portrait mode. Ive tried nova launcher and it resizes decently between modes but overall i like this launcher better. just fix these minor bugs...
Dariusz Wajda commented
Ive got 2 different points of view about this feature:
Easy one: Just to rotate icons and all square widgets by 90 degree. Everything should remain at its place. Non square widgets should be remain untouched, maybe in future developers would add "rotation inside the widgets" to make this idea complete
2nd option: 2 Completely independent layouts. Portrait/landscape
With current options one of the views (landscape or portrait) is unusable and the view have to be locked in one of the settings.
Matthew Lucas commented
I posted a suggestion based on a new feature of the default launcher in Jellybean 4.2.
In 4.2 they move the search/dock to the left/right sides of the screen in landscape to allow more room for widgets/icons. With the extra space, it almost looks the same in portrait/landscape.
Joseph Theodorsen commented
Totally agree. Landscape really messes up on my S3
this may work! but sometimes it quite troublesome for users to manage two layouts, every updates needs to do twice =)
i got another suggestion, please see: http://apexlauncher.uservoice.com/forums/146396-apex-general-feedback/suggestions/3311086-landscape-mode-rotating-icons-widgets-individuall