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I couldn't find a stock twitter app or widget (only the social networking status/post) to even play with (no, I didn't delete it LOL)...sorry I am not more help but I am sure someone will chime in & solve your issue. Sent from my Droid X Call off the search, bring in the dogs LOL I found the app & widget (do I feel dumb - yes)...
I couldn't find any settings (like you said =D)..here are my suggestions...
Interacting with control widgets may or may not progress to an associated detail view depending on if the control widget's function generated a data set, such as in the case of a search widget.
While all widgets tend to gravitate towards one of the three types described above, many widgets in reality are hybrids that combine elements of different types.
On one of my screens, I have the twitter widget and facebook widget. I have to open twitter, and click the refresh button. I hid that app/widget and went with the FB and twitter apps separately.
there is a huge possibility that I'm not asking the right questions.
Go to phone settings (menu key on home screen), data manager, data delivery, make sure background data is checked & data roaming (if you want) & then click on social apps & make sure you don't have sync over wifi only checked.
Sent from my Droid X Call off the search, bring in the dogs LOL I found the app & widget (do I feel dumb - yes)...
Widgets typically fall into one of the following categories: Information widgets typically display a few crucial information elements that are important to a user and track how that information changes over time.All I know is that I would really like Twitter to update/refresh itself.No you are fine - I use a 3rd party app from the market - refresh rate or sync rate is in settings of it.For the purpose of your widget planning, center your widget around one of the base types and add elements of other types if needed.
A music player widget is primarily a control widget, but also keeps the user informed about what track is currently playing.
This limits the gesture support that is available in a widget compared to a full-screen app.