iPhone Notification Center and Notifications on Lockscreen

jjk454ss

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Looking for a couple tweaks, not IntelliscreenX either:D. I would like to use the stock Notification Center on the lockscreen. I'd also like to move the notifications to the top of the lockscreen after removing the clock, it looks a little weird having them show up where they do and just having a blank space above them. Anything available yet to do these things?
 

robdam1001

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Looking for a couple tweaks, not IntelliscreenX either:D. I would like to use the stock Notification Center on the lockscreen. I'd also like to move the notifications to the top of the lockscreen after removing the clock, it looks a little weird having them show up where they do and just having a blank space above them. Anything available yet to do these things?
I don't think the stock NC is available on the Locksreen except through ISX.
 

F123D

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There's a stock iOS5 theme in lockinfo that'll also allow you to remove the clock (and slide to unlock bar) on the lockscreen.
 

Neverbepeace

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Came here to post the same thing.....you would think a tweak would be developed by now.

Would love stock notification center pulled down from lockscreen.
 

darngooddesign

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LockInfo is better than NC because it will show you all unread notifications, not just the alerts that came in while unlocked. You can easly check your calendar, for example, without having to go into the Calendar app.

It also combines the clock with the Weather widget so they are at the top.
 

Grayburn

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From A Buick 8

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Sorry to, bring up an older thread, but was looking for the same thing. A way to pull down NC on the lock screen. I have used lockinfo but I can not find a way to have it up and out of the way by default. I just want to see my lock screen and only see the NC if I pull it down.
 

BumpyFlatline

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Sorry to, bring up an older thread, but was looking for the same thing. A way to pull down NC on the lock screen. I have used lockinfo but I can not find a way to have it up and out of the way by default. I just want to see my lock screen and only see the NC if I pull it down.
Yes I would prefer this option as well. I really wish lockinfo would implement an option for this where you can have it hidden by default and then you can swipe down to see the notification center just like you can on the springboard. One workaround that you can do is, disable lockscreen altogether in lockinfo settings and then set up an activator action for the InfoShade on the lockscreen. I found 2 problems with this. One, I use different plugins on the lockscreen than I do on the notification center on the springboard and inside apps. So this approach doesn't work for me. The second issue I experienced was that the InfoShade on the lockscreen is rendered differently than the traditional notification center. I couldn't get it to look and behave like the traditional lockinfo lockscreen. Man I just wish lockinfo would implement a "Hidden By Default" feature on the lockscreen and then you swipe down from the status bar to show the notification center.

Alternatively to lockinfo, you can buy and install Bulletin. This does exactly what you want. The downside is its not lockinfo lol. I love lockinfo. I love how customizable and themeable it is. I love that I can use different plugins on the lockscreen than I use on the springboard. Plus I love using the Calendar Widget Pro notification center addon as a calendar widget on my springboard via lockinfo's homescreen feature. So for me, ditching lockinfo for bulletin just isn't an option. Sometimes I find beautiful wallpapers that I just can't use on my lockscreen because of lockinfo (ie it makes the text too hard to read or makes the wallpaper unrecognizeable).

Oh well. If anyone has some feedback or workarounds I'd love to hear it.
 

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