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    Quote Originally Posted by NewD View Post
    You're probably just on ignore, Padgoi. Like me..
    I feel special. We should bombard this thread with a completely separate discussion that he can't see...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Padgoi View Post
    I feel special. We should bombard this thread with a completely separate discussion that he can't see...
    As fun as that would be - we might get our hands slapped and given 'a vacation' from MMi.. I hear they give those out occasionally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewD View Post
    we might get our hands slapped and given 'a vacation' from MMi.. I hear they give those out occasionally.
    We do indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rasputin007 View Post
    Ah ... nope.
    If I would not have got any response at all, I might have one. LOL

    Thanks for the above post. That makes very much sense to me. I have to remember to look at headers.
    On further investigation it seems you cannot simply remove that call. The way I am handling it is.

    Code:
    if([[UIDevice currentDevice] systemVersion] >= 8.3){
            [WLocation setLocationTrackingReady:YES activelyTracking:NO watchKitExtension:nil];
         }else{
            [WLocation setLocationTrackingReady:YES activelyTracking:NO];
         }

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    Quote Originally Posted by June'sIphone View Post
    On further investigation it seems you cannot simply remove that call. The way I am handling it is.

    Code:
    if([[UIDevice currentDevice] systemVersion] >= 8.3){
            [WLocation setLocationTrackingReady:YES activelyTracking:NO watchKitExtension:nil];
         }else{
            [WLocation setLocationTrackingReady:YES activelyTracking:NO];
         }
    I tried it to see if I can get it to work on 8.3 and now on 8.4, but "nil" was not working for me, Safe Mode permanently.
    So I use
    Code:
    [WLocation setLocationTrackingReady:YES activelyTracking:NO watchKitExtension:NO];
    That works brilliant.
    I don't need iOS 8.1 to 8.4 compatibility, as I am properly the only one using my crap.
    Nothing is impossible only miracles take a bit longer!

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  8. #186
    Hi bro! Can you help me with this? -imageuploadedbymodmyi1435868969.500710.jpg-imageuploadedbymodmyi1435868978.332098.jpg

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    I know it needs update but is there something else I could use I'm on a 5s 8.4

  10. #188
    Wait for an official cydget/webcycript release for 8.4.
    There is currently none.
    Nothing is impossible only miracles take a bit longer!

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  12. #189
    Quote Originally Posted by rasputin007 View Post
    Wait for an official cydget/webcycript release for 8.4.
    There is currently none.
    Ok cool thanks bro!!🏻

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    "There is more then one way to skin a cat."

    Here is another question.
    OK, this is what I have currently.
    The LS (cydget) runs the cycript gps script to get the latitude and longitude, these will be send, together with 2 other variables (api key and language selection from config.js) to a php script on the iPhone/iPad web server, which then fetches the xml response file and saves it, ready to be read by others as well. The advantage is that it gets only updated when the LS is activated, so need to fetch the weather info at certain intervals and waste battery life.
    The LS cydget has a "reload" touch function so that the newly saved xml file can be read.
    I know it is possible to achieve the same with cycript, just don't know exactly how to code it in cycript.
    You have a few examples posted which in part cover this, but none has the bit on how to request an url response xml file.
    If you have time between updating your themes to iOS 8.4 to answer this question it would be much appreciated.
    Last edited by rasputin007; 2015-07-04 at 03:57 PM.
    Nothing is impossible only miracles take a bit longer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rasputin007 View Post
    I tried it to see if I can get it to work on 8.3 and now on 8.4, but "nil" was not working for me, Safe Mode permanently.
    So I use
    Code:
    [WLocation setLocationTrackingReady:YES activelyTracking:NO watchKitExtension:NO];
    That works brilliant.
    I don't need iOS 8.1 to 8.4 compatibility, as I am properly the only one using my crap.
    This is correct, using nil on 8.4 will cause safe mode. Thanks.

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  17. #192
    Quote Originally Posted by rasputin007 View Post
    "There is more then one way to skin a cat."

    Here is another question.
    OK, this is what I have currently.
    The LS (cydget) runs the cycript gps script to get the latitude and longitude, these will be send, together with 2 other variables (api key and language selection from config.js) to a php script on the iPhone/iPad web server, which then fetches the xml response file and saves it, ready to be read by others as well. The advantage is that it gets only updated when the LS is activated, so need to fetch the weather info at certain intervals and waste battery life.
    The LS cydget has a "reload" touch function so that the newly saved xml file can be read.
    I know it is possible to achieve the same with cycript, just don't know exactly how to code it in cycript.
    You have a few examples posted which in part cover this, but none has the bit on how to request an url response xml file.
    If you have time between updating your themes to iOS 8.4 to answer this question it would be much appreciated.
    Here is forecast.js where i use widgetweather.xml and weather.com. It includes a vanilla javascript way of retrieving xml.
    http://junesiphone.com/libraries/weather/lib/Weather.js

    If that is confusing here is a simple function that will load xml.

    Code:
    function callAjax(url, callback) {
        var xmlhttp, xml;
        xmlhttp = new XMLHttpRequest();
        xmlhttp.onreadystatechange = function() {
            if (xmlhttp.readyState === 4) {
                xml = xmlhttp.responseXML.documentElement; //xml
            }
        }
        xmlhttp.open("GET", url, true);
        xmlhttp.send();
    }
    callAjax('LINK', false);
    Last edited by June'sIphone; 2015-07-05 at 11:40 PM.

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