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    that's cool is use idesginer too it worls great but you can have a preview and you can in winterviwer

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    yeah, i hope they complete this all the way thorugh!
    That Thanks button is there for a reason!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Boker View Post
    that's cool
    who's the cutie in your signiture? lol

    i definitely like the preview feature of this! i might just get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpenserJ View Post
    So I definitely took that as a challenge and am now working on my own app for Mac users :P After about 6 hours of work, it has a nice interface, dynamically loads the themes from a folder, and can display a basic iphone interface. Not bad for a first attempt with Cocoa and Obj-c. If WinterViewer and iDesigner work out pretty well (as there are probably quite a few bugs still), and I can get my app finished and released, this would turn what is currently a tedious task (if you are checking out quite a few themes) into a walk in the park.

    Looking forward to the updates on these two!
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    Excellent! I was hoping this would encourage someone to take the challenge! WAhoooo! let me know of any future updates

    nickhesson AT modmyi DOT com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melech518 View Post
    No need to change, just give credit where credit is needed
    Can I have a link to the theme in the screenshot then? And I'll post it below my screenshots

    Also using Mono (Main Page - Mono) you can run iDesigner on linux and even Mac without any problems
    When I release 1.0 (later this week) I will post instructions on how to get it running on linux/Mac.
    Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by agentfubu View Post
    Also using Mono (Main Page - Mono) you can run iDesigner on linux and even Mac without any problems
    When I release 1.0 (later this week) I will post instructions on how to get it running on linux/Mac.
    Oh nice. That is definitely good news, but I have never been a big fan of running apps in Wine. They tend to be ugly, slow, and glitchy :P Especially when you add Mono in. What language did you code iDesigner in anyways?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpenserJ View Post
    Oh nice. That is definitely good news, but I have never been a big fan of running apps in Wine. They tend to be ugly, slow, and glitchy :P Especially when you add Mono in. What language did you code iDesigner in anyways?

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    I wrote iDesigner in C#.
    A nice thing about mono is that it themes it natively, so it looks like a normal application in the OS (To some extent ) (http://www.mccreations.us/idesigner/iDesigner_mono.png)
    And with mono you wouldn't even need Wine.
    But if you're working on a mac version keep it up! A native version is always better than a crossover.
    Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by agentfubu View Post
    I wrote iDesigner in C#.
    A nice thing about mono is that it themes it natively, so it looks like a normal application in the OS (To some extent ) (http://www.mccreations.us/idesigner/iDesigner_mono.png)
    And with mono you wouldn't even need Wine.
    But if you're working on a mac version keep it up! A native version is always better than a crossover.
    Haha right, sorry, its been a while since I fiddled with mono. And I hadn't noticed that you said mono in your first message, so I thought it would require wine. Mono does do a decent job of theming it nicely, however it doesn't use the native elements. If you want some help on your app, just let me know. I did C# apps for quite a few years when I was on winblows, so I can definitely help out if need be. Got msn or anything? I love connecting with other devs and hearing how they do stuff, so if you are interested, my msn is brilliantwinter [at] hotmail [d] com.

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    If anyone is looking for a mac version similar to this, I have developed the basics for one and have it at http://goml.info/viewforum.php?f=43. Its fairly basic at this point, and the create/edit/add/remove functionality doesn't really work, but that will be coming over the next few days. Place all of your themes in ~/WinterMac/ and then start up the application, and it should find all of your themes.

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    Last edited by SpenserJ; 11-29-2009 at 11:32 PM. Reason: Link fail

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