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    Default iNotifyEx - GriP (Growl for Iphone) successor, global notifications system for iPhone

    Good news! Latest build of GriP adds support for Push Notifications, replacing the normal popups!!!

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    networkpx Project Blog: GriP 0.1-11n Released


    Here´s a test...remember this is highly customizable, and the app is just in beta.

    Yfrog - vle - Uploaded by antonioj beejive

    Yfrog - vle - Uploaded by antonioj beejive + HeiWAY

    Yfrog - xus - Uploaded by antonioj Message Log - please someone make this accessible via sbs settings toggle or like an app on SB
    Last edited by antonioj; 10-29-2009 at 01:35 PM.
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    Default SMS Alerts?

    The push notification support is incredibly cool, but what about sms/calendar alerts? They seem so similar to me I would think it would be easy to expand to those alerts as well, as someone who knows nothing about the subject.
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    they´re coming

    btw, check this awesome theme for grip

    MacThemes Forum / [GriP Theme] Double Height Status Bar
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    when's it coming out!!??!!
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    i don´t know...meanwhile, you can test it...it´s not difficult to install deb files through ssh
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    I managed to get hold of it through the Lightmaster's repo: Lightmaster's Cydia Repo

    Love it
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    I've been using it all day. I am in love with it. It made me like my iPhone even more.
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    Check this out guys

    mobilegeekdom: One step closer to a proper notification system for iPhone OS

    Now we can access a global message log through SBSettings
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    also got it off lightmasters repository and it's amazing! the ability to read and delete mail without actualy opening the mail app is particularly awesome!
    one question though, how do i assign apps to a particular priority? would love to be able to set stuff like fring notifications as sticky.
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    Unfortunately right now you can´t choose different behaviours for different push notification apps. You can only choose between SMS, Email, and Push Notifications has a whole
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    ah ok so what is the purpose of the priority settings then? or is this just something that hasn't been fully implemented yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by antonioj View Post
    This is definitely cool! What do you with the deb file to enable SMS support?
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    FYI. While researching this on MacThemes I found out that the 1.0 deb file disables silent alerts (vibrations) there is a newer one that fixes this.

    http://iphone-quickreply.googlecode....cation_1.1.deb

    This was posted back in 7/25/09 still reading thru thread which can be found here.

    MacThemes Forum / [GriP Theme] Double Height Status Bar
    Last edited by hermdog; 10-27-2009 at 12:25 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hermdog View Post
    This is definitely cool! What do you with the deb file to enable SMS support?
    Found this in the MacThemes forum.

    Upload the .deb file to /var/root/.

    Open Mobile Terminal

    Type "su" and hit return when you first launch terminal then it will ask for a password
    type "alpine" then tap return

    type cd ~ ; dpkg -i «filename.deb», where you have to replace «filename.deb» with the file name of the uploaded file (without the guillemets).
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    It´s really easy once you do it for the first time

    Regarding the Double Height Statusbar theme, only use the 1.0 version - the newer ones will make springboard crash
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    GriP dev is finally back! And he just announced iNotifyEx to be GriP´s more powerfull replacement, based on Android notifications

    mobilegeekdom: iNotifyEx - GriP replacement coming! Notification system for iPhone!

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