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He's just pointing out that for someone who wants to keep the toggles in the Notification Center, SBSettings' toggles are much bigger than NC Settings' toggles. Many people would prefer to use these from the NC instead of relegating an Activator action to the SBS drop down window. What you see as "similarly intrusive" he sees as SBS being "more intrusive." From a design standpoint, I agree.
I'm assuming you mean sbsettings, just click yes.
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Keep getting this error message when trying to access options. Any help?
Moderator Edit: Error message text: "Permissions Error - An ad blocking host file is installed. The app cannot run this way. Would you like to unlock the elements we need? (The app will need to be restarted after.) Buttons: Yes, Fix me. | No.
You're using "much" rather liberally. There's room for another four apps worth of notifications before the dock. If his dock isn't accessible, there's room for six. From a design perspective, the loss of one app worth of notifications isn't an issue. If you need more than ten, you need to clear out a couple to begin with.
I understand everything is up to personal taste and interpretation. Yet, the two are similar. One offers more functionality without dragging your phone down. Why take the inferior product that brings the same cost?
I use both, ncsettings in my nc, & some sbsettings assigned to activator actions. Btw is there a sbsettings for flashlight toggle that I can use with activator & that'll work with the screen off?
I haven't seen one in sbsettings. You can easily add one of the 8billion flashlight apps and set something like "hold both volume" to open the flashlight app?
The argument that it looks prettier, while ignoring you can change the look of sbsettings, makes absolutely no sense to me.
What gain do you see from running both over running a themed sbsettings?
What gain do you see from running ncsettings alone versus running a themed sbsettings?
Sbsettings is the one for me. Haven't tried nc and don't need too, but it is nice to have options.
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I think it looks pretty good.
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You could use weekillbackground, which lives in the nc. I keep it in the "top shelf" of Intelliscreenx so it's out of view unless I pull the nc down further than usual.
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Why do you have such a boner for it? How about letting people decide what they want to install on their own, without making things "mandatory", bundled with Cydia. There's another company that bundles some mostly unwanted things into their software... like a "Stocks" app, or a "Newsstand" one...
See, the whole REASON that the concept of jailbreaking became so popular was it allows an escape from the oppressive/controlling mentality that dictated what should and shouldn't be. I don't use SBSettings. I do use NCSettings. Why? Personally, I don't need all of the stuff that SBS offers. I don't care about changing my carrier string. I don't want to skin my notification center. I just want plain and simple toggles, nothing more. I know where I want them, and I don't need Activator gestures to get into the NC; I'm very used to the way I do it already (though I *could* set up those same gestures that you speak of with SBS? what, I'm sliding down/vertically instead of right/horizontally?)
So to answer your rather asinine question; different people have different preferences and they need/want different things. Ok, SBS can do a lot more things than NCS... cool.
Here's a thought: What use is "more" if I never use any of it?! It's called "bloat" at that point. I don't want all of the stuff that SBS offers? and never did, truly; so to me, NCS was awesome when it came out.
Thankfully, Jay/saurik nor evasi0n took it upon themselves to pre-install any unnecessary, resource consuming packages that not all of us want or need! Do you know why they refrained?
They're all extremely brilliant people. They understand things that you clearly do not. NGAF about your "fav mods and tweaks" and which of them you believe is "vastly superior" and should come pre-installed. Do you realize how stupid of an idea that is to begin with? To pre-install unnecessary mods/add-ons because "person X" thinks they're cool?
That's like the kind of software that comes with the AVG trial and the Bing toolbar, etc. Do you like it when installers pull that sneaky little move? Suppose they didn't give you the choice to opt out of installing their "favorite" (read: the company who is paying them the most) anti-virus, toolbar and registry cleaner? That's effectively what you're suggesting should be done.
Get out of here with that stupid BS. Your breath smells like ... it's bothering those of us who have a shred of common sense.
I can't believe I wasted my time actually responding to this. Sometimes ignorance just can't be ignored; especially when it's as flagrant and egregious as that nonsense.
Looks like it just got a little more useless in the coming months!
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