Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Sample plist files

Okay... I'm caving in and posting copies of my DisplayOrder.plist and Screen2.plist files. Remember. THESE WILL NOT WORK FOR YOU! If you just copy them into your iPhone they won't work unless you have exactly the same desktop theme configuration and apps. These are ONLY for example to see what I've done.

That said... they're available here: http://www.gigasize.com/get.php/3195316063/plists.zip

Take care,

-KennX

4 comments:

Honey said...

hey bro, i figured what all of our problems were, the binaries we needed to install were these in the

/bin: bash, ps, kill, mv, and sed

/usr/bin:grep

Hideki said...

i need help...
i dont get how to make these....

KennX said...

Not sure what you're referring to. Are you talking about the binaries or the plist files? Please elaborate and I'll do my best to assist.

Honey said...

what i'm saying is the displayorder.plist and screen2.plist I know how to arrange them. Essentially it is like this >> in displayorder the apps you dont showing, hide them under the special. As for screen2, place the icons that were "hidden" in displayorder in the iconlist so they do show up. Then hide the icons you dont want under the "special" of screenlist. A lot of us did that and that was fine. Its just none of us had the binaries bash, ps, kill, mv, sed, and grep that are needed for your program to run. However i had a copy of iphonebinkit0.0.6 or something like that, and i found those files and placed them in their respective folder.

in the /bin of the iphone these files need to be placed :bash, ps, kill, mv, and sed [and they have to be made executable using chmod +x]. The grep is the only one that goes in /usr/bin and not /bin of the iphone. Hey hideki, if you need help, send me a msg on 2advanced.corp@gmail.com. Kennx, this is awesome app, GREAT JOB! Now, how will you make multiple desktops :p