GriP (Growl for Iphone) now support Push Notifications!

antonioj

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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
 
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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. :D
 

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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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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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