Hi RetroThough all/just the same means in spite of..., can we use it in the following context?
All the same and just the same mean the same thing when they are used as idioms meaning nevertheless.
If you want to use these words differently, then you need to pay attention to what the words mean individually and/or other idiomatic usages. Simply because two idioms are interchangeable when used with a particular meaning does not mean that those same groups of words can automatically be used interchangeably for other meanings:
just the same - Definitions from Dictionary.com
Click on the link above and scroll down to the idioms. You'll see that 'all the same' and 'just the same' each have an additional idomatic usage and those are not interchangeable.
Many of your sentences sound odd, some would be better with different words, some would be better with additional words, and some of them are just plain wrong because the word 'all' doesn't work with the singular noun you've got in the sentence.
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