iPhone Tweak for Repositioning Your Basic LS Notifications on Newer LS Themes?

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by pollybrowne, Jul 11, 2013.

  1. pollybrowne macrumors member

    pollybrowne

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    I've been running a lot of the newer LS themes that extend the device by using clockhide and getting that whole big bar out of there, but I've noticed now that my LS notifications look ill-positioned without that bar they are just kind of floating half way up the screen.

    So I wondered if there was any tweak that allowed you to choose where LS notifications are positioned on the lockscreen when they pop-up? (For ex, is there a way you could anchor them to the bottom of the screen, or stack them down from the top of the screen instead of where the clock bar used to be?)

    I'd be grateful if anyone has any tips or direction on this! Thanks!
     
  2. HankHowdy macrumors 68040

    HankHowdy

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    #2
    LockHTML 2 is what you need.
     
  3. jjk454ss macrumors 601

    jjk454ss

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    I love the idea of LockHTML 2, but it seems to always mess up my notifications. First it was putting them at the very bottom of my screen, so I removed it. I tried it again just a week or so ago and I wasn't getting notifications on the lock screen at all. It may have been my settings, or a conflict with something else, but I couldn't get it sorted out. I wish I could because it is a great tweak.
     
  4. HankHowdy macrumors 68040

    HankHowdy

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    I have used it with great results. Perhaps it's worth another look?
     
  5. HenryLong macrumors 6502

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    I use ClearHighNotifications to let the notifications jump to the top edge of the LS.
    Looks perfect on a clean screen (particulary in combination with LSFlatAlerts which moves already the first notification to the top).

    But this is just for having the notifications stacked downwards from the very top - no options to configure.
     
  6. jjk454ss macrumors 601

    jjk454ss

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    Yeah, I will have to. The positives of using it are just too great
     
  7. HankHowdy macrumors 68040

    HankHowdy

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    The alternative would be to use custom sized transparent images to get the notification placed where you want them.
     

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