Springboard: Notification Time error

DavidTranAU

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So I was taking a look into my Springboard file and changed three lines (I made a backup file beforehand too).
After restoring back to the backup Springboard file, the timestamp of the notifications are missing?

I've tried replacing with other original springboard files as well as my own backup and the problem is still here.

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3cit

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it doesnt appear that you properly backup the file you thought you backed up.

its probably a capitalization thing
can you post a screenshot of the three files you edited and we can compare and contrast and get your time back to what it should be
 

DavidTranAU

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Here you go. Everything inbetween the red lines.

it doesnt appear that you properly backup the file you thought you backed up.

But how come replacing with 3 different original files from the internet still shows this error?

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You altered some other file.
Those right there are only for the text that shows up in the slider.
It's something ridiculously
Small I'm betting, like a missing dash, or quotation mark?
The line your getting is supposed to be a "formula", that uses the current time and the time that the alert was received/created. Unfortunately that "formula" has been altered, and instead of showing a result, its showing the formula and it needs to be fixed!
 

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I've tried manually locating the incorrect formula, but its no use. There is nothing related to the notification time that I can see.
I've also tried replacing the file with another file and it still has not reverted.

Is there another way to reset this back?


UPDATE: I've fixed the error. I had to open and replace both en.lproj and english.lproj .spring files with a fresh copy from another iphone.
 
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