iPhone Calendar in IntelliscreenX 6

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by kmichalec, Feb 6, 2013.

  1. kmichalec macrumors 6502a

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    I know this is really trivial, but I have my calendar showing on the lockscreen using IX6. In my calendar on the iphone, I have 3 different iCloud calendars setup. Is there any way for the calendar display in IX6 to show which calendar each item is from? In LockInfo or even the iPhone calendar, there is a corresponding little colored dot before each item, that lets you know which calendar an event is from. IX6 does not seem to have this, unless I'm missing the setting somewhere. I've looked through the settings, and I see where I can check off which calendars to show/hide in IX6, and it has the little color dot showing there, but not on the actual lockscreen.

    Anyone else run into this or figure out how to get it to show which calendar it's from?
     
  2. kmichalec thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Ok, second question regarding ISx and the calendar. I created a new calendar event at 3:00pm, with an start time and alert time at 3:15pm. It's now 3:42pm, and the new event has not refreshed onto the Lockscreen (still showing the same 5 events that were there before I created the event). How long does it take / how often does Intelliscreen refresh it's querying of the calendar in order to refresh the list on the Lockscreen?

    Also, when the 3:15 alert went off for the event, the phone did it's usual audio alert, but didn't show any visible alert on the screen (banner, notification, etc). Is anyone else experiencing this?
     
  3. neotope macrumors regular

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    I have noticed the refreshing of ISX seems off. Sometimes I will have a couple emails in ISX and then I will go to Mail and delete them or read them. However when I go back to ISX the emails are still showing as new.

    To show Calendar events you can set "Hide For Alerts" at the bottom of the settings to "Calendar" and then it will automatically hide ISX on a Calendar event and show the normal Alert.
     
  4. kmichalec thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Has anyone else been able to get the calendar dots to show?
     
  5. dasx macrumors 65816

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    Calendar dots don't show. Calendar's options in IntelliscreenX is what I like the most. I love being able to see events of the next 2 months.

    As for refreshing, it does work fine. Maybe there's something interfering with that in your iPhones. For instance, I had 4 new emails now. I opened Mail on my Mac and took care of them. In a 15 minute interval (as I configured the iPhone to do) all 4 mails were gone from the NC. (I didn't even unlock the iPhone during the whole time).

    Also, when receiving iMessages they appear and disappear just fine if I'm on my Mac and using Messages app.
     

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