1. rprice07's Avatar
    In this Thread I am showing you how to not only change the intervals of the when the email/rss feeds are fetched, but I am also showing you how to make them a choice FOR GOOD in your settings menu, instead of having to worry about it changing back to "Manually"

    here it goes.

    SSH into this folder



    I opened the file with Plist Editor for Windows (found here)

    now scroll to the part where you see

    " <dict>

    and after that you can put in this or any variation of it...

    <string>Every 5 Minutes</string>

    in the part where it is

    you can change this to your time setting (every 60 is a minute)

    and at this
    <string>Every 5 Minutes</string>

    you can change the way it is displayed in the settings menu.

    you can add as many of these as you would like.

    I hope this is a good Thread as it is my first.

    let me know what you all think.
    2009-02-20 08:34 AM
  2. JStraitiff's Avatar
    wow!! .... way to start off with a bang!!

    good job!!
    2009-02-20 08:47 AM
  3. zxsix's Avatar
    very nice.
    anyone know where this can be changed for appointment reminders when adding new appointments to the calendar?
    2009-02-22 07:09 PM
  4. rprice07's Avatar
    thanks guys, and im working on that actually lol.
    as well as seeing if there's a way to fetch RSS feeds the same way the mail is fetched.

    we'll see what i can come up with.

    hate double posting but have u just messed with status notifier? doesnt it do this for you?
    Last edited by rprice07; 2009-02-22 at 09:40 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
    2009-02-22 09:39 PM
  5. mumra06's Avatar
    Awesome. Thank you!!!!!!
    2009-02-23 01:45 AM
  6. Jim Danner's Avatar
    To make it easier: I think most of the "Extended Preferences"-like packages add this setting.
    Windows tool to edit .plist, .strings and .nib files: pledit.
    Or use a website that will convert the binary form to a readable format.
    On iPhone you can convert those files in a terminal with plutil (installed with Erica Utilities from Cydia), or edit them with iFile (from Cydia).
    2009-02-24 01:08 PM