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Thread: Widget Weather
09-08-2013, 08:11 AM #1161
09-08-2013, 11:21 AM #1162
All of the iWidgets are from the Tweaks/ iWidgets thread I'll see if I can find the post where Drifter's Independent Elements 8.1 iWidgets are.
The one that shows City and Location is one of mine and posted in this thread. I'll get it to you very shortly.Here to help if I can. If I can't I know someone who can!
09-08-2013, 12:20 PM #1163
09-08-2013, 12:33 PM #1164
09-08-2013, 12:40 PM #1165
Link updated again
Thanks for the support. I noticed the McFly mod has been downloaded 289 times since around noon yesterday. I'm thrilled that so many people are trying it out
Here are the changes this time round....
1) I removed the XML check/update fader. Now it only shows static the last XML update time.
2) "Feels Like" Temperature is now using Accuweather's "ReelFeel" which I always found quite amazing (much more accurate then Yahoo's). Accuweather is quite proud of it (lol):
The AccuWeather RealFeel Temperature - Outdoor - AccuWeather.com
3) I fixed the 'city name' so Ian's 'red' function will now work (won't work in older McFly links). Personally I love this little feature (thanks Ian!)
By the way, here is a picture of what it looks like when Neighborhood and City are blank:
Download link: WidgetWeather UniAW6.4 McFly.theme.zip
Enjoy!Check out some of my widgets here: Share Thread
Some helpful UniAW posts
Have city AND neighborhood - Accuweather / Have city AND neighborhood - Yahoo/6.3 Beta version sunset time fix / Random Weather walls (Accuweather)/6.3 Beta version pressure mod/fix / Heat Index code for yahoo/Fix any Yahoo widget yourself (after their forecast change)
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09-08-2013, 12:44 PM #1166
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09-08-2013, 12:54 PM #1167
09-08-2013, 01:01 PM #1168
Sorry for this, but this somehow has a certain relevance.
Please read Behind the Art of iOS Theming with Sk37cH : iOSthemes.
It is the source for articles like this one Saurik: there’s “very little hope” that WinterBoard will support iOS 7.
To summarise it is a possibility that Winterboard might not work any more in iOS7. Saurik, creator of Winterboard, puts it down to a lack of constructive feedback from the theme creators.
So, guys, there you are!
If you want custom themes in iOS7 (once iOS 7 has been jailbroken), you better start to establish a fruiting communication between the people that create Winterboard and the people that use Winterboard for their theme creations.
09-08-2013, 01:10 PM #1169
GroovyCarrot, Jato and KoH have been involved in some aspect as of now.
Few others maybe too.
But yeah Winterboard will need a significant overhaul to work fully on iOS 7. The ways iOS 7 gets a lot of images is very different from iOS 6.
09-08-2013, 01:16 PM #1170
09-08-2013, 01:24 PM #1171
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09-08-2013, 01:39 PM #1172
09-08-2013, 01:49 PM #1173
@Ras - I approached Saurik back in April, but really needed the assistance of a dev and after approaching several, I could not find one willing to help out. So it kinda died. I have stated several times that WB will not exist in iOS 7, but I guess no one believed me until Saurik finally came out and said it.
Thanks for the links and heads up though! Nice to know that you still come around.
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09-08-2013, 02:22 PM #1174
09-08-2013, 02:53 PM #1175
Ok guys here's DaddyKool's forecast iwidget, its sweet! It's his work I just converted it to work for "Widget Weather" tweak so you need the tweak for this to work. Again thanks to DaddyKool for the cool widget! If you need the tweak look in my sig and there's a link to the thread for the download of it and full directions on how to install it and what to do, and some awesome widgets on the first post also. hope you enjoy!
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09-08-2013, 05:01 PM #1176
i should be reading more of this stuff,tnxMy humble thanks to:all themes creators,modders and coders.
My special thanks to Sk37ch for unselfishly sharing his work and knowledge,
dmick89 for his support and kind words for my work.
Mcfly,Alfroggy,KOH,ferlop,Ian,Decal,RKO and NewD for puting up with my stupid questions.
and all who click thanks on my post,thank you all
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09-08-2013, 05:46 PM #1177
I remember that there was the request to include geolocation into Winterboard and the response was to use Cydgets. Saurik made Cydgets to deal with additional features for Winterboard themes (at least my understanding of Cydget).
The problem is that the majority of themers have not a clue how to use Cydgets (including me!). I gave it a try, but could not get anywhere, so looked at alternative ways to achieve the same result. A lot of themers need a template, a code example, to work with. Sadly there are no such examples for a Cydget theme with geolocation for iOS6.
Even though I am not actively doing anything iOS related, I still like to pop in and have a read-up. Sometimes I just have to give my 2 cents worth of opinion.
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09-08-2013, 05:57 PM #1178
Your $.02 is always welcome bro, no matter what device that you are using.
09-08-2013, 06:08 PM #1179
09-09-2013, 02:03 AM #1180
I thought I'd post some info I posted on a previous MMi thread.
I am by no means the expert in WB but this is what I can tell you from looking at iOS7 "A4" beta IPSWs (yes they are easy to extract via CMD/terminal & a couple other pieces of the puzzle) & once mounted (rootfs.dmg) on a Mac it looks exactly the same as how we view files in iFile on our jailbroken devices.
A4 only as a Bootrom dump is needed to get the VFDecrypt keys...
I don't think it's completely doom & gloom. I could be wrong but from the iOS7 beta IPSWs I've extracted under the hood it essentially looks the same.
Same directory layout albeit a few new folders here & there. Icon & Apps wise there's still pngs for the iOS to build these. E.g keypad for Calculator & the font still added into the keys. I'd thought that would be code based now to pull natively from the iOS.
The major change is .car files for the other UI elements. These were .artwork files SO Apple have changed things up here. Essentially making it harder to extract. BUT there is an iOS7 UI Extractor via the iOS7SDK & Xcode5 app that pulls all pngs from all .car files. So it's not as code based heavy as ppl have been saying.
How WinterBoard is supposed function with the new changes i don't have a clue. Saurik knows a lot of ppl & i was asked to contribute but a few of the known Devs have stepped up.
Yes KoH, Jake & I are talking ATM but since it blew up on Reddit other Devs have provided some info Saurik
Britta mentioned here to a few of us to provide help via the IRC
Fingers Crossed Guys cos I wanna see iOS7 Jailbroken AND Themed on the 5S!
As soon as the iOS7GM is out ill be tearing that IPSW to shreds for a look at exactly what we are dealing with moving forward.Twitter ID: @Jato_BZ
.artwork Assassin / Emoji Extractor
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