iPhone Epiq iWidget by Schnedi

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by mpgolfpro, Feb 26, 2013.

  1. mpgolfpro macrumors member

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    I've been using this amazing iWidget for a little while now but I was hoping to customize it a bit. Basically what I want to do is make the numerical clock white and eliminate the opacity from it. I would also like the numbers and am/pm to be thinner numbers/letters (like the stock lock screen clock). Finally, I would like to eliminate the clock that is in text, overlaying the numerical clock.

    I tried messing around with it a bit in TextEditor but I was unable to figure most of the code out. I could get somethings changed but struggled with others. Im just not experienced enough with coding.

    I was hoping that maybe someone could offer me some advice on what I need to change, or even change them for me. I have attached a .txt file of the Style.css file if anyone wants to take a look for me.

    Hopefully this is OK with Schnedi, if not, please let me know so I can delete this topic.

    Thanks

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  2. eyoungren macrumors P6

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    This is a hack because I left the parts you want out still there, I just deleted the code that calls it., but here you go (see attached).

    I have named it EpiqTest, but call it whatever you want (I don't think you want spaces though). Put it in the same directory as the Epiq tweak (you'll need to access your iPhone's file system). I'm using Netatalk which lets me mount my iPhone as an Appletalk share so I was able to find the directory (root/var/mobile/Library/iWidgets).

    Once you have it copied over I would check the permissions on the folder against the permissions on the Epiq folder. Make sure they are the same and then check the permissions of the Widget.html file and the Style.css file. Those are the two I modified.

    I removed two lines in Widget.html (for the Word clock) and the lines pertaining to the Word Clock in the Styles.css file.

    Editing the main clock was easy. I reduced the pixel font size to 480 and changed the transparency to 100%.

    Hope that helps you out.
     

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  3. mpgolfpro thread starter macrumors member

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    Thanks so much for the help, that looks awesome! I need to educate myself more on html coding so I can figure this stuff out by myself, lol.
     
  4. eyoungren macrumors P6

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    I'm just glad it worked. Got another screen shot?
     
  5. mpgolfpro thread starter macrumors member

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    You wouldn't happen to know how to convert iWidgets over to HTML widgets to use with Winterboard, would you?

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  6. eyoungren macrumors P6

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    Cool!

    No, I don't have much on an idea on conversion. But I haven't looked much at the Winterboard themes. The last time I did any real coding (beyond editing PHP and HTML files for my own site) was in school eons ago.

    Here's my screenshot by the way. I'm using the original Epiq on twelve screens with a 24hr clock. The color streaks are from the Livepapers tweak (it's animated). I removed the status bar clock to use the Epiq widget in it's place.
     

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  7. slumpey326 macrumors 6502

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    Can anyone please help with the Epiq iWidget....

    I am trying to display the #desc (i.e. light snow, sunny, partly cloudy, etc.) but it wont show, i do see it listed in the coding but I cant get it to display. If anyone has gotten it to display can you please post how. thank you.
     
  8. eyoungren macrumors P6

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    Check the HTML files. You can code it in the CSS files, but if the HTML file doesn't ask for it, it won't show up.
     
  9. slumpey326 macrumors 6502

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    It's in CSS but how do I code it back into HTML exactly
     

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