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    Quote Originally Posted by MamaJaay View Post
    Also, Ian, on the cycript version of uniaw6.4, the menu needs to be made vertically smaller. As cydget leaves that top 150px or so unavailable to touch. (I believe this is done by design to make sure you can still unlock your phone if someone leaves the #touchlayer as full screen)

    I've adjusted on mine, here are my adjustments so you don't have to

    Code:
     
    
    
    /* OPTIONS */
    
    
    
    #optionContainer {
    
            background-color: #262626;
    
            position: absolute;
    
            top: 170px;
    
            left: 0px;
    
            width: 320px;
    
            height: 400px;
    
            z-index: 800;
    
            -webkit-transition: opacity 0.3s ease-in;
    
    }
    
    
    
    #refresh { 
    
            position: absolute;
    
            top: 25px;
    
            left: 20px;
    
            width: 278px;
    
            height: 22px;
    
    }
    
    
    
    #timedwall {
    
            position: absolute;
    
            top: 65px;
    
            left: 20px;
    
            width: 278px;
    
            height: 22px;
    
    }
    
    
    
    #slideshow {
    
            position: absolute;
    
            top: 105px;
    
            left: 20px;
    
            width: 278px;
    
            height: 22px;
    
    }
    
    
    
    #hideweatherInfo {
    
            position: absolute;
    
            top: 145px;
    
            left: 20px;
    
            width: 278px;
    
            height: 22px;
    
    }
    
    
    
    #hideweatherBG {
    
            position: absolute;
    
            top: 185px;
    
            left: 20px;
    
            width: 278px;
    
            height: 22px;
    
    }
    
    
    
    #hideclock {
    
            position: absolute;
    
            top: 225px;
    
            left: 20px;
    
            width: 278px;
    
            height: 22px;
    
    }
    
    
    
    #disableforcasttouch {
    
            position: absolute;
    
            top: 265px;
    
            left: 20px;
    
            width: 278px;
    
            height: 22px;
    
    }
    
    
    
    #windeffect {
    
            position: absolute;
    
            top: 305px;
    
            left: 20px;
    
            width: 278px;
    
            height: 22px;
    
    }
    
    
    
    #DataSource {
    
            position: absolute;
    
            top: 345px;
    
            left: 20px;
    
            width: 278px;
    
            height: 22px;
    
    }
    Thanks again MJ, I will do this today and update the link, problem is I'm not using a LS atm so don't see these issues.

    I can confirm that adding a blank html as Homepage does indeed automatically hide the clock. BUT,,, it also disables the touch layer (which is in the Background), so touch events MUST go on the Homepage, so now I got some work to do.

    Thanks again for the info, please relay my thanks also to Jenn.
    Last edited by Ian Nicoll; 02-05-2014 at 06:19 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Nicoll View Post
    Thanks again MJ, I will do this today and update the link, problem is I'm not using a LS atm so don't see these issues.

    I can confirm that adding a blank html as Homepage does indeed automatically hide the clock. BUT,,, it also disables the touch layer (which is in the Background), so touch events MUST go on the Homepage, so now I got some work to do.

    Thanks again for the info, please relay my thanks also to Jenn.
    I will do that, Ian. She's a gem, and I'm extremely lucky to call her my best friend. What she did was leave all the animations and walls in one HTML, and all the weather info and touch events on another. Not typically the way lockscreens are written, but the way cydgets is designed. Smash is based in uniaw 6.3, so I can email you a link to this version, if it will be of some use to you. It won't be a direct match, but close enough, I believe, for you to get the idea of the breakdown. I don't want to post a public link here yet, because I don't want this version released to the general public until I have finished working on it, but I'd be more than glad to email you a link. And I'm more than sure Jenn would approve as well, as she, like you, has always gone above and beyond to help and share. This is not to further the "secret society" thing. (As I've shared all Pertinent parts and pieces to the general public here already) Simply that it's not ready for public consumption as of yet, but we both believe that you are an asset to this community, and we also believe in freely sharing knowledge for the greater good

    Let me know
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    Quote Originally Posted by MamaJaay View Post
    I will do that, Ian. She's a gem, and I'm extremely lucky to call her my best friend. What she did was leave all the animations and walls in one HTML, and all the weather info and touch events on another. Not typically the way lockscreens are written, but the way cydgets is designed. Smash is based in uniaw 6.3, so I can email you a link to this version, if it will be of some use to you. It won't be a direct match, but close enough, I believe, for you to get the idea of the breakdown. I don't want to post a public link here yet, because I don't want this version released to the general public until I have finished working on it, but I'd be more than glad to email you a link. And I'm more than sure Jenn would approve as well, as she, like you, has always gone above and beyond to help and share. This is not to further the "secret society" thing. (As I've shared all Pertinent parts and pieces to the general public here already) Simply that it's not ready for public consumption as of yet, but we both believe that you are an asset to this community, and we also believe in freely sharing knowledge for the greater good

    Let me know
    Thanks MJ, it would save me a lot of time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Nicoll View Post

    Thanks again for the info, please relay my thanks also to Jenn.
    Your welcome

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  8. #14605
    Still no crashes.



    Quote Originally Posted by NewdestinyX View Post
    It's actually 'cumulative' - the 7.0.4 WbView bug. Bliken is running with no crashes - now - and yet his passcode lock in ON. That's because he's not running 'high animation' on Lockscreen. NOR does he have WB installed. So 'to crash' after a full restore you have to have 'all 3 variables' in action.
    WB installed, Apple PasscodeLock on, High animation on LS

    You delete your work's email account. Download and install ExchangePolicyRemover from Cydia. Turn off the passcode. Then re-add your email account from work. It won't ask you for the passcode anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MamaJaay View Post

    When you use lockHTML or groovyLock, or even a cydget that isn't formatted this way, tell me... Doesn't your ENTIRE widget move? Wall and all? Go ahead... Lock your screen real quick and try it... Mine doesn't
    Groovylock doesn't perform that way, just lockhtml. Groovylock must put them on the background layer. I don't really see how splitting the html between the layers will help stability though since people have experienced crashes on the background and home page layers of the LS. It is more visually appealing to have it on the background layer though I agree instead of whole widget moving with the slide to open. One big issue with the background layer is that the touches aren't getting through. So if someone wanted to just use the background layer they would need to figure out a way to have touches pass through the homepage layer so that they register on the background layer. That would probably be the preferred setup I would think instead of having to split the widget into two parts.

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  11. #14607
    Yes with LHTML3 it moves the entire widget, as if I'm sliding from one page to the other.

    I'm using a Cydget since last night and have the apple keypad disabled with two animated iwidgets and just like with LHTML3 I have not had any crashes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon View Post
    Groovylock doesn't perform that way, just lockhtml. Groovylock must put them on the background layer. I don't really see how splitting the html between the layers will help stability though since people have experienced crashes on the background and home page layers of the LS. It is more visually appealing to have it on the background layer though I agree instead of whole widget moving with the slide to open. One big issue with the background layer is that the touches aren't getting through. So if someone wanted to just use the background layer they would need to figure out a way to have touches pass through the homepage layer so that they register on the background layer. That would probably be the preferred setup I would think instead of having to split the widget into two parts.
    You COULD simply put the touch layer on the top "homepage" layer, but then you'd have to refer that touch to something on the background layer, which becomes a real pain in the arse in the coding. Plus, having your info.html on that top layer makes for a hidden clock and date by design.

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    Convergence may give an idea of a better route to go for these LS platforms. Widget doesn't move with the slide process but touch still works.

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  16. #14610
    Fabulous information MJ!! A great education for us all. I'm pretty sure it doesn't negate anything I've shared with the forum as to how to get stable again if you're still crashing randomly. Only a restore will bring you back to health for that.

    And then once your phone is free of corrupt prefs files - if you want heavy animation on your LS (in any LS player "including Cydgets") you'll need to stay away from Apple's Passcode Lock.. This all due to the 7.0.4 WebView limitations.

    To make very sure of my claim there or for it to be disproven, about "even in Cydgets".. I'd need you MJ or BombMom to convert something like UniAW6.4_LS to the background/home page efficient Cydget you describe earlier.. And then run it with passcode on and WB installed and see if the crashing returns. Would be an important test to try. My guess is "you've already tried it"..

    Thanks again MJ and BombMom! Your insights are invaluable!!
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  17. #14611
    Quote Originally Posted by Simon View Post
    Convergence may give an idea of a better route to go for these LS platforms. Widget doesn't move with the slide process but touch still works.
    But the question to me would be the battery performance. I would prefer the HTML shutting off when not in use due to the fact that I have no way to plug in my phone for 12 hours a day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewdestinyX View Post
    To make very sure of my claim there or for it to be disproven, about "even in Cydgets".. I'd need you MJ or BombMom to convert something like UniAW6.4_LS to the background/home page efficient Cydget you describe earlier.. And then run it with passcode on and WB installed and see if the crashing returns. Would be an important test to try. My guess is "you've already tried it"..

    Grant, I just don't get you sometimes pal, you're the one who invented this "corrupted files" theory without any "real" evidence, I believe the only issue was with the passcode. Iv'e never used it and never crashed & never restored.

    How can you be so bold as to ask MJ & Jenn to redo the UniAW in order to prove your point? Get real bud, do it yourself.

    PS. I'm not going to participate in any arguing from any reply from you to this post.
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  21. #14613
    Quote Originally Posted by NewdestinyX View Post
    Fabulous information MJ!! A great education for us all. I'm pretty sure it doesn't negate anything I've shared with the forum as to how to get stable again if you're still crashing randomly. Only a restore will bring you back to health for that.

    And then once your phone is free of corrupt prefs files - if you want heavy animation on your LS (in any LS player "including Cydgets") you'll need to stay away from Apple's Passcode Lock.. This all due to the 7.0.4 WebView limitations.

    To make very sure of my claim there or for it to be disproven, about "even in Cydgets".. I'd need you MJ or BombMom to convert something like UniAW6.4_LS to the background/home page efficient Cydget you describe earlier.. And then run it with passcode on and WB installed and see if the crashing returns. Would be an important test to try. My guess is "you've already tried it"..

    Thanks again MJ and BombMom! Your insights are invaluable!!
    Grant. Ian is starting the conversion now so it would be better to wait. Have I tried it? Well.......

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  23. #14614
    Quote Originally Posted by NewdestinyX View Post
    Fabulous information MJ!! A great education for us all. I'm pretty sure it doesn't negate anything I've shared with the forum as to how to get stable again if you're still crashing randomly. Only a restore will bring you back to health for that.

    And then once your phone is free of corrupt prefs files - if you want heavy animation on your LS (in any LS player "including Cydgets") you'll need to stay away from Apple's Passcode Lock.. This all due to the 7.0.4 WebView limitations.

    To make very sure of my claim there or for it to be disproven, about "even in Cydgets".. I'd need you MJ or BombMom to convert something like UniAW6.4_LS to the background/home page efficient Cydget you describe earlier.. And then run it with passcode on and WB installed and see if the crashing returns. Would be an important test to try. My guess is "you've already tried it"..

    Thanks again MJ and BombMom! Your insights are invaluable!!
    I don't know with 100% confidence any more that even a restore is necessary on terms of ceasing the crashing! Yes, there are benefits to restoring anyway as it rids of corrupt files, but think about this... We have seen scenarios where people were BOTH stable and crashing with the stock apple pass code enabled, based on different scenarios with animated locks and iwidgets, light heavy etc.

    There has yet to be anyone who has mentioned that they experienced a single safe mode crash with the pass code lock disabled...

    If disabling it (or finding other security work arounds to password protect your device) brings back stability, I'm sure that can be attempted first (and probably be the solution) before restoring.

    That's not to say I discourage the benefits of restoring, I'm just saying there has been one constant the last few days.. Disable apples passcode.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Nicoll View Post
    Grant, I just don't get you sometimes pal, you're the one who invented this "corrupted files" theory without any "real" evidence, I believe the only issue was with the passcode. Iv'e never used it and never crashed & never restored.

    How can you be so bold as to ask MJ & Jenn to redo the UniAW in order to prove your point? Get real bud, do it yourself.

    PS. I'm not going to participate in any arguing from any reply from you to this post.
    People were crashing without passcode from the very beginning Ian. Most of us. I didn't "make up " anything. I carefully tested things for weeks. I also made clear from beginning that it was a "theory" that WB left corrupted prefs files. But one thing is for 100% sure. "Everyone" who had random crashing "without" passcode lock on (most of us) when running high animation LS had all their crashing resolved with a restore. So it's not an uneducated guess to believe "corrupted prefs files". Actually it's the most "informed" conclusion. This passcode crash is a "new find".. As many of us don't run with passcode ever and would have never found it lest we turned on passcode lock. But I'm the control in the experiment in that prior to restoring I had crashing with high animation on LS with or without passcode lock on.

    So there's been two culprits out there all along. File corruption making most of us crash withOUT passcode lock on after the WB update a few weeks back.

    So, no, I'm quite sure, based on tedious testing with controls, that it's incorrect to conclude that the passcode issue was the only issue all along, M8. We don't have to argue. All that matters is working toward a solution for the community.

    For many still that will mean a DFU restore to clear corrupt files first.. Then second for us to have you awesome designers help make the LS code efficient with the layering method BombMom and MJ outline.

    Quote Originally Posted by bombmom View Post
    Grant. Ian is starting the conversion now so it would be better to wait. Have I tried it? Well.......
    Of course. Didn't mean any disrespect. I'm just eager to get to a solution.
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  27. #14616
    I have been reading the same thing for days now about restoring and webview and this and that. I recently updated to iOS 7 days ago as a clean restore, with a setup as new phone, and I experienced some crashing without a animated LS or SB.

    The simple truth is that iOS 7 crashes on non-jailbroken phones. It never hurts to do a clean restore but that isn't the "smoking gun". I think people are still discovering performance anomalies with their devices. I think the key is not trying to force our iOS 7 phones to be like iOS 6. It's to take the changes and work with them. I think Elite 7 is a fantastic example of a Themer who didn't just give up on theming and create only icons.

    My point is we do not know for sure and selling a cure all can be disheartening to those that don't see the benefit of it and have lost the familiarity of their devices.

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  29. #14617
    Quote Originally Posted by sethbossfan View Post
    There has yet to be anyone who has mentioned that they experienced a single safe mode crash with the pass code lock disabled...

    If disabling it (or finding other security work arounds to password protect your device) brings back stability, I'm sure that can be attempted first (and probably be the solution) before restoring.
    Your post confuses me, Seth, as you were experiencing crash city like me before your restore withOUT passcode lock on. Most everyone we asked about it - that was the case. My tester 4S phone is STILL crashing right now - without the restore yet - and passcode lock off. I made sure to keep a control phone in my testing too. With any medium to high animation running is LockHTML3 on it right now.. Even MJ's lock with animation on - I get crashing with passcode lock OFF. Why? Something corrupt on my 4S.

    But I don't want to beat dead horses. That's the "old Grant". My heart is to help. I test for a living - and when I come to a conclusion I'll share it.. And when proven wrong I'll admit it and shut up.

    But let's move forward to better solutions. I'm even open to switching to Cydgets. Saurik developed it to take place of HTML running in WB. It should be the most stable..

    Quote Originally Posted by Krima View Post
    I have been reading the same thing for days now about restoring and webview and this and that. I recently updated to iOS 7 days ago as a clean restore, with a setup as new phone, and I experienced some crashing without a animated LS or SB.

    The simple truth is that iOS 7 crashes on non-jailbroken phones. It never hurts to do a clean restore but that isn't the "smoking gun". I think people are still discovering performance anomalies with their devices. I think the key is not trying to force our iOS 7 phones to be like iOS 6. It's to take the changes and work with them. I think Elite 7 is a fantastic example of a Themer who didn't just give up on theming and create only icons.

    My point is we do not know for sure and selling a cure all can be disheartening to those that don't see the benefit of it and have lost the familiarity of their devices.
    Excellent points, Krima!
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  31. #14618
    First off, Apple has acknowledged random crashes on STOCK iPhone... So, you may be blaming crap on the JB, widgets, etc... see link...
    http://appleinsider.com/articles/14/...crashing-issue

    Second of all,
    PASSCODE LOCK DOES NOT CRASH YOU IF YOUR WIDGET IS WRITTEN PROPERLY!!!

    People are just going to have to get used to cydget and proper breakdown of the two layers as two separate HTML, or use another platform and deal with the issues. I never said WB was a conflict... As a matter of fact, I think the two work wonderfully together, as the same developer makes both... Therefore he'd strive to make them completely compatible in every way. Let's face it. No one knows winter board code better the. Saurik himself. And HTML implementation USED to be in WB, (his tweak) and now he's simply moved that portion of WB to a separate tweak and added additional functionality that WB never had. I don't understand why everyone who originally used WB for HTML , (Saurik's code--and trusted) is now so hesitant to use the same persons code.

    But it's whatever... People gonna use what they wanna use. Things like lockHTML have been out for some time, and never really took hold because people just used WB. I trust Saurik's code. Plain and simple. He's proven that over years of WB since iOS 2.0

    Theres a reason why coders are navigating toward cydget. Me, Jenn, June, Marmoul, Rasputin, Ian.. I'm sure more will follow eventually... Because it allows more function to the coders. And it's built the right way. And whether the end user likes it or not, its /ultimately/ really going to come down to what the coders decide to do... If we stop developing for the other platforms... Then the end user has to use it as it's designed, OR convert it themselves. That's why I list cydget as a dependency, with my smash for cydget. If you don't have it installed already, Cydia installs it for you.

    As I previously said, unnecessary fade in fade out should be trimmed, I said the homepage layer should be kept extremely light with only text and maybe a few icons, if possible, so that passcode doesn't crash you, and that background layer can be pretty much as insane as you want.

    If you're trying to move ALL that animation and craziness when you slide... Of course it's gonna crash. Think about it. Uniaw is 176mb. Moving a 176mb file from folder to folder on your Mac takes longer than moving a 2mb file. I'm pretty sure my top layer HTML (weather info text) plus the 4 weather icons for forecast, and the two for sunrise sunset are less than 2mb... Make sense?

    For all of you that say "cydgets take too long to load" again, I say "And mine loads almost instantly. Take the fade in fade in crap out." Even Simon has stated that mine loads almost instantly.

    Jenn is running FOUR DIFFERENT HEAVY ANIMATION cydgets in her cydget cycle. Her phone doesn't crash.

    I'm so sick of stating over and over again why all of this webview nonsense, passcode lock, etc is crashing your phone. I've done everything but take your phone from each of you and format your mods properly. I've given you the tools, I've stated my outcomes, given you various workarounds, and all I hear is complaining. You guys complain your battery effing dies too fast, because of animations running all the time, and then complain that cydgets load too slow because it's saving your battery.

    I'll only be developing for Cydget from now on. Good luck to the other "LS platform" developers, and other coders and widget designers can make their own choices as to what platform they wanna code for, but I've made my decision.
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    Thanks, MJ, for the reality check.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NewdestinyX View Post
    Thanks, MJ, for the reality check.
    Grant, this was not aimed at you. I'd already typed this once and found it easier to cut and paste rather than reiterate it a different way.

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