[Eclair] Identifying stock Reader app

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  1. atinsley

    atinsley Member

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    Hey all,

    I'm trying to use Tasker to automatically turn my brightness down to 0 when I open the Reader app. When I quickswitch running apps with Softkeys I can see the Reader program with an icon in my recently opened apps, but neither Titanium backup nor Tasker can see this program so I can assign conditions to it.

    Does anyone know of a workaround?
     
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    From what I have seen, all the reader apps have their own brightness settings within the app that is independent of the Android Brightness setting (when I leave my reader app, the brightness level sets back to Android settings)

    I know this doesn't help your situation, but may explain why you can't find a way to assign the conditions. (or I could be completely wrong, which is always a possibility) :)
     
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    The Nook Color reader application is a customized version of QuickOffice. I think if you tell Tasker to look for that, it should accomplish what you're going for.
     

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