Page 256 of 614 FirstFirst ... 156206246254255256257258266306356 ... LastLast
Results 5,101 to 5,120 of 12265

Your favorite Apple, iPhone, iPad, iOS, Jailbreak, and Cydia site.


Thread: UniAW7

  1. #5101
    Default UniAW7
    Quick question: how do I get the digital clock to stay centered? It keeps wanting to shift to the left, even tho I have the text alignment set to center
    Last edited by ArChAiC69; 2015-04-14 at 04:56 PM.

  2. #5102
    Quote Originally Posted by ArChAiC69 View Post
    Quick question: how do I get the digital clock to stay centered? It keeps wanting to shift to the left, even tho I have the text alignment set to center
    Do you have the #hours_minutes width @ 100%?

  3. #5103
    Quote Originally Posted by orangefreddie View Post
    Do you have the #hours_minutes width @ 100%?
    Yea

  4. #5104
    It usually gets weird when you go from a single digit hour to a double digit hour. I always wanted the colon to stay centered and the I align the hours from the right and the minutes from the left.

    Check out WW3 for iOS 9/10 - Widget-Weather 3.0

  5. The Following 3 Users Say Thank You to King_O_Hill For This Useful Post:

    ferlop15 (2015-04-15), kristatos (2015-04-14), RKO1195 (2015-04-15)

  6. #5105
    Quote Originally Posted by King_O_Hill View Post
    It usually gets weird when you go from a single digit hour to a double digit hour. I always wanted the colon to stay centered and the I align the hours from the right and the minutes from the left.
    I've noticed for the clock to be completely centered, the colon has to be slightly to the left, which is how I have it. But when the time changes, the first digit to the left of the colon stays the same, while the rest including the colon shifts to the right, which is what I don't get. I have all the text alignment in the style.css set to center. :/

  7. #5106
    Are they positioned absolute? It should work out better if they are relative to the colon if you are anchoring it for your center.

    Check out WW3 for iOS 9/10 - Widget-Weather 3.0

  8. The Following User Says Thank You to King_O_Hill For This Useful Post:

    ferlop15 (2015-04-15)

  9. #5107
    iPhone? More like MyPhone
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    A l a b a m a
    Posts
    126
    Thanks
    79
    Thanked 109 Times in 51 Posts

    Quote Originally Posted by ArChAiC69 View Post
    Quick question: how do I get the digital clock to stay centered? It keeps wanting to shift to the left, even tho I have the text alignment set to center
    Yep, this is my only irritant with the lock screen clocks. It's really noticeable to me if I have single line date just below the digital clock but becomes really noticed if the digit to the far left or right is a "1". I thought it might be the font I was using so I ditched it and went to using HelveticaNeue-UltraLight/Light which is stock fonts but it made no difference. I even tried this
    Code:
    document.getElementById("hours_minutes").innerHTML = document.getElementById("hours_minutes").innerHTML = currentHours + ":" + currentMinutes + "<BR>" + '<span style="font-size: 14px; font-family: HelveticaNeue-Light;">' + days[currentTime.getDay()] + ", " + months[currentTime.getMonth()] + " " + Suffix(currentDate) + '</span>';
    which added the singlelinedate code to the hours_minutes element but the same thing. I found a few different coded digital clocks on the net that allowed the clock to flex with the changing of digits but can't remember if I actually tried it to see if it worked on the iPhone. The singlelinedate stays centered give or take a pixel depending on the actual character count of the date but the clock doesn't seem to do this for some reason and is usually off about 10 to 13px. I would think the coding gurus here would have an explanation as to why text align center doesn't fully center for the digital clock and hope they do because I would like to understand why. For now, I'm using arctext to arch singlelinedate a little and added a tad of letter spacing which makes it less noticeable for my old eyes.

  10. The Following User Says Thank You to catalyst7 For This Useful Post:

    kristatos (2015-04-14)

  11. #5108
    Basically, in the style.css, I have all of the text align set to center, but it wants to act like its aligned at the left. Either I missed something, or it's just being dumb lol

  12. #5109
    Ha!....a little time to play,



    thx to Mone for weather icons,

    This is the Layer/Overlay if anyone would like to use, for iPh6.
    https://www.mediafire.com/?st68i7cl7lp0n19
    Last edited by ferlop15; 2015-04-15 at 07:22 AM.

  13. The Following 8 Users Say Thank You to ferlop15 For This Useful Post:

    #m37h{ (2015-04-15), Best01 (2015-04-15), boywonder34 (2015-04-15), Komatins (2015-04-15), lostinthemes (2015-04-16), marco29 (2015-04-23), metaserph (2015-04-15), NewD (2015-04-15)

  14. #5110
    Quote Originally Posted by ArChAiC69 View Post
    Quick question: how do I get the digital clock to stay centered? It keeps wanting to shift to the left, even tho I have the text alignment set to center
    With the way it's coded it will never stay exactly center:
    Code:
    document.getElementById("hours_minutes").innerHTML = currentHours + ":" + currentMinutes;
    With above code & using text-align: center; it's lining up from far left of hours to far right of minutes, so if the hours or minutes change from single to double digits (or even from a 1 to a 3) things will move.

    The only way to get it so you see nothing move is to re-code the hours, semi-colon & minutes separately:
    Digital clock container set to 100% screen width, text-align center.
    Make a new div for the semi-colon.
    Code:
    document.getElementById("digitalHours").innerHTML = currentHours;
    Size of div should be just big enough for 2 digits, text-align right, then set left position you want (%).

    Code:
    document.getElementById("digitalMinutes").innerHTML = currentMinutes;
    Size of div just big enough for 2 digits again, text-align left, then set left position you want (%).

    Of course you will have to make the new div's in the html files and set them up in the css file.
    Last edited by <Ian Nicoll/>; 2015-04-15 at 01:31 AM.

  15. The Following 6 Users Say Thank You to <Ian Nicoll/> For This Useful Post:

    ArChAiC69 (2015-04-15), ferlop15 (2015-04-15), kristatos (2015-04-15), lostinthemes (2015-04-16), marco29 (2015-04-23), RKO1195 (2015-04-15)

  16. #5111
    Hi Ian, I was looking into that small issue if u remember I once said, for 'Showers in the vicinity' it's showing me cloudy animations....

    which js file and where approximately can I make the necessary changes, after I verify the correct yahoo weather code?....I can post a copy of the WW xml file, if it helps. Thanks bud,

  17. #5112
    Default UniAW7
    Quote Originally Posted by ;7254168
    With the way it's coded it will never stay exactly center:



    Of course you will have to make the new div's in the html files and set them up in the css file.
    Well yeah, if you need all that detail.

    Check out WW3 for iOS 9/10 - Widget-Weather 3.0

  18. #5113
    Quote Originally Posted by ferlop15 View Post
    Hi Ian, I was looking into that small issue if u remember I once said, for 'Showers in the vicinity' it's showing me cloudy animations....

    which js file and where approximately can I make the necessary changes, after I verify the correct yahoo weather code?....I can post a copy of the WW xml file, if it helps. Thanks bud,
    In the main.js file, look at the conditions (screen shot), when you know what code you have change the condition next to that number, i.e. if your code is "9" and you're getting cloudy animations, verify the condition for code 9 is "showers" as in the screen shot below.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails -screen-shot-2015-04-15-10.42.58-pm.png  

  19. The Following 5 Users Say Thank You to <Ian Nicoll/> For This Useful Post:

    #m37h{ (2015-04-15), ferlop15 (2015-04-15), kristatos (2015-04-15), marco29 (2015-04-23), NewD (2015-04-15)

  20. #5114
    Theme Creator Pibe77's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2014
    Location
    Marano di Napoli, Italy
    Posts
    1,410
    Thanks
    4,854
    Thanked 3,572 Times in 984 Posts

    Hi all,
    I would add a immage for SunInfo, near "sunrise" and "sunset" info,
    can someone put me in the right direction?
    Thanks a lot in advance!!!


    Inviato dal mio iPhone utilizzando Tapatalk

  21. #5115
    Code Dependent NewD's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2012
    Location
    Northeast US
    Posts
    5,710
    Thanks
    8,338
    Thanked 16,467 Times in 7,697 Posts

    Quote Originally Posted by <Ian Nicoll/> View Post
    In the main.js file, look at the conditions (screen shot), when you know what code you have change the condition next to that number, i.e. if your code is "9" and you're getting cloudy animations, verify the condition for code 9 is "showers" as in the screen shot below.
    I think the issue Ferlop may be experiencing is a teeny more complicated, if it's like what I have experienced.. In the most recent version of 7.1 - Dacal (or you Ian, I forget) changed it so that, when English is the language, we get the actually obj.description wording for the weather condition from weather.com... Not based on the Yahoo 48-code system. SO.. if weather.com is reporting both Showers in the Vicinity as the description and Yahoo code 26 for 'cloudy'.. what will happen when it's 'really' only 'cloudy' out? If he changes code 26 (cloudy) to show the 'showers' animation - then whenever it's just cloudy the showers will run.. If that's his case (as it's been with me)- then we need a different fix like...
    Code:
    if (obj.description == "Showers in the Vicinity") { obj.code = 9; } /* run showers animation */
    ... if memory serves..
    Last edited by NewD; 2015-04-15 at 05:46 PM.

  22. The Following User Says Thank You to NewD For This Useful Post:

    ferlop15 (2015-04-15)

  23. #5116
    This may be the wrong thread, and I'm sorry, but you guys are extremely knowledgeable and helpful, but does anyone here know how to get the battery info to work on both groovy+ and non groovy+?

  24. #5117
    Thanks NewD, im kinda thinking this may not be the case, if i'm still using 7.0, right!?.....nevertheless, I'll definitely give it a thorough lookover, I appreciate it man,

    Thanks Ian!!

  25. The Following 3 Users Say Thank You to ferlop15 For This Useful Post:

    #m37h{ (2015-04-15), <Ian Nicoll/> (2015-04-16), NewD (2015-04-15)

  26. #5118
    "Showers in the Vicinity" actually means it's not 'yet' raining, it's in the vicinity, so it's actually correct......This was a bad example for me to use.....I'll wait awhile until I experience another description associated with rain/showers, and see if it's okay.

    Thank you to both, for the good info.

  27. The Following 2 Users Say Thank You to ferlop15 For This Useful Post:

    <Ian Nicoll/> (2015-04-16), NewD (2015-04-15)

  28. #5119
    Quote Originally Posted by oldskoolsk8r View Post
    You and me both MJ! Love it.
    What do I have to change to move the current weather icon up(next to the current temp on the right hand side)? I know its in the style.css.. but not sure which line/code/section.

  29. #5120
    iPhone? More like MyPhone spider.monkey's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2011
    Location
    Los Angeles, California, United States
    Posts
    154
    Thanks
    100
    Thanked 62 Times in 40 Posts

    I've asked this in two other forums here on MMI & they keep bouncing me around without no answer telling me to go here & there to different threads, so hopefully this will be the last place where I have to ask & someone could please help out a fellow forum member.
    I just want to know if anyone could please explain to me how I can move a groovylock/lockhtml that is made for a iPhone 6 to align properly on a iPhone 6 plus. TIA!

Page 256 of 614 FirstFirst ... 156206246254255256257258266306356 ... LastLast
Posting Permissions
  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •