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Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by Benji222, Dec 15, 2010.
New great looking tweak that adds SBSettings to the switcher.
Anyone try it out yet?
I just noticed it in Changes as well. I can't see myself shelling out $2.99 when accessIng SBSettings is already so easy. I do like how it makes it more stock looking though.
yah and it seems like it would be a nice addition to me.
3$ is pretttyy steep :/
i guess Ill wait for an unnoficial .deb to try it so i dont waste 3 bucks (as bad as that sounds)
I tell ya, peeps will code anything these days. Oh, I know - I'll code an extension to SBSettings, which puts all SBS icons on the Springboard. Silly.
It wouldn't have been bad if he only charged 0.99c for it. But $2.99!? That's ludicrous for what it does.
I have been wanting something like this since iOS4 was released, it just seems so obvious.
I would prefer a real SBSettings switcher integration though, not a $3 plugin. It would be a logical evolution for SBS.
I also hope Apple implements it natively in iOS 5.
Got a "tester" deb and its no bueno.
heres some pics if you are interested. ill be uninstalling immediately
Even if this were a buck it wouldn't be worth it.
I also noticed some possible lag but didnt test around with ti much.
If it has an sbsettings toggle its added to the switcher. thats that
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I also did the same thing. It's really not worth it. The toggle icon sizes are smaller and fit 5 not 4 icons like the multitasking bar natively does so it looks off. Then it takes longer to switch toggles than it does using SBSettings natively. Uninstalled just about as fast I installed it. It's really not worth 0.99 right now.
The only pro is for those that want the Media player controls to come up first instead of the most recent app list when invoking the multitasking bar. It also allows one to hide the volume bar but that has the nasty side effect of hiding the AirPlay control for system wide sound. Not good for those that use it.
Thanks for the timg trick. I had no idea.
Neither did I till someone told me so it was no problem.