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Hi guys, With the introduction of HTML based wallpapers with the latest version of WinterBoard, the possibilities are almost endless. We've already seen Saurik's theme where the rocks wallpaper fades
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    Default WinterBoard - Pulsing Wallpaper
    Hi guys,

    With the introduction of HTML based wallpapers with the latest version of WinterBoard, the possibilities are almost endless.

    We've already seen Saurik's theme where the rocks wallpaper fades into the plants (and vice versa).

    What I had in mind was a single wallpaper, which changed in opacity at a set interval. Im picturing a neon wallpaper with somewhat of a 'pulsing' effect (fading in and out).

    Unfortunately, I cannot produce webpages if my life depended on it! I really think it's a cool idea, and any help (skeleton code?) would be appreciated.

    Thank you for taking time to read this,

    gillnsg

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    don't bother! any constant pulsing eats the processor cycles.

    Nobody has made one that runs constantly and lets you do real work!
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    if you download the "surprise" winterboard wallpaper, you will one be surprised and two see that making wallpapers with videos are possible.

    so, dont be to in doubt of doing this without losing a lot of battery.

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