iPhone Htc one weather widget

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  1. bigjnyc macrumors 601

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    Any tweaks in cydia or online with the new htc one weather widget for lockscreen or springboard?

    I know the conceptos theme has it, but I don't want everything else that comes with it. I couldn't get the lockscreen part of the theme to work, the weather would not show up no matter what I tried
     

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  3. bigjnyc thread starter macrumors 601

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    Agreed. If I wasn't so deep in the apple ecosystem I would be all over it
     
  4. Samanosuke macrumors 6502

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    They should make an NC widget with that in it, I would be all over it :)
     
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    Subscribing to this thread. Reckon this would like nice with my current setup.
     
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    How do you subscribe to a thread?
     
  7. bigjnyc thread starter macrumors 601

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    In the top bar click on thread tools > subscribe to thread.... Or just by replying to the thread you should be subscribed if you have that turned on in your Macrumors User CP
     
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    I bet that would be easy to make. I may try my hand at it over the weekend. Keep in mind that I work 6 days a week right now, so no promises.
     
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    I've seen your work in past theme topics Jenna, so if you do this I will say that I'm looking forward to the results.
     
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    Thanks :)

    Edit: I decided to start working on it tonight, should be ready in the next 24 hours, so look for it soon :)
     
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    :D Yay!
     
  14. bigjnyc thread starter macrumors 601

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    you are awesome! :D thanks for doing this despite your busy schedule
     
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    haha :p

    Thanks :) It's giving me something to do today, although I should be trying to figure out whats wrong with our dryer :p
     
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    A female geek programmer/handy(wo)man. I'd be in heaven...
     
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    *bats eyelashes* rofl. I just like being self sufficient. That way I don't need to wait on things being fixed. lol.
     
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    "ecosystem" is really stupid your not stuck in it, you can leave anytime you want
     
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    of course you can.


    but is it convenient? for some people less so than others. its not stupid.
     
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    lol I can't say I blame ya. And you plan to fix the dryer yourself? Oh wow, you do it all. :O
     
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    Well, once I get the money for the part the dryer will be fixed. Bad heating element. lol
     
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    Well that sucks, how much is it gonna cost ya? I don't know if my gf could live without a dryer, she changes clothes so darn much. Are you just air drying stuff for now?
     
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    Everyone leave her alone and let her work.
     
  24. bigjnyc thread starter macrumors 601

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    whoa slow down there skippy. you don't know what I do with my device to call my need for it "stupid"......Obviously I can get out anytime I want, there isn't an Apple appointed sniper outside my house ready to take me out the minute I change phones. But there are alot of conveniences... like having everything synced across all of my apple devices with icloud (mbp, ipad, iPhone).... I participate in alot of group text messages with friends and family and all of them have iMessage... my one friend who has an android always misses out because when someone replies to him or he replies to someone it doesnt go to the group.... I have a lot of money invested in apps which are very useful to me ( I dont download a bunch of crappy apps that I wont use) and the list goes on... On top of the fact that I am just so used to iOS and I really like the way it works.
     
  25. Missjenna macrumors 6502a

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    Well, the last time we replaced the heating element for the our old dryer it was $70-some dollars. but the price depends on if it's an older dryer or a newer dryer. I can't remember which, but it's between $40-70. Right now i'm hanging the shirts and pants outside on the deck railing and using the dryer on the no heat setting for "under garments" lmao.

    lol dude chill. It's just about done, adjusting a few things is all that's left.
     

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