If you've got the dev tools installed:Vixus said:Hey, I'm trying to install iscroll 2 on my powerbook with some changes to the source code. I was wondering how can I repackage the source code into an installer of the form .pkg? Thanks
More than likely you need to compile the code. Unless you want to create an installer package for the source code? The fact that you are asking such a basic question implies that you are probably not the best person to be doing this.Vixus said:Yes I do have the dev tools, except that I'm not too sure what I'm supposed to do with it. Do I have to recompile to code or just repackage it. And I wish there was some documentation on how to repackage. Thanks for the quick reply.
Yeah I agree. Apple really should offer scrolling capability to all pre-2005 Powerbooks as an upgrade. I just came across iscroll last night and was hesitant to install it because I wasn't sure how it would work with Tiger, but I'm glad to say that it runs very nicely and is a lot better than sidetrack!Lacero said:iScroll 2 works on my PB 1.33Ghz 12" running Tiger 10.4.0. It's actually pretty cool. I have it set for circular scrolling, that way you can continuously scroll without taking your fingers off the trackpad. This is so much cooler than the implementation on PC laptops that have a strip running down the edge on their trackpads. Why doesn't Apple make this a software upgrade across all pre-2005 PBs?
Later versions should work better. It's up to version 0.21 now.NuPowerbook said:Has anyone else noticed that after a reboot iScroll 2 stops working and the only way to re-enable it is to go in to the iScroll 2 preference panel and click on Load Defaults?