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    Hey all,

    There is a slight cosmetic issue that has come to my attention which i suspect is a result of conflicting packages. It is an alignment issue with the media controls on iOS 4's native multitasking dock (images at end of post). I am running firmware version 4.1 on an iPod Touch 4g (although i doubt that will have any relevance i will make that known now).

    All possible relevant packages I have installed and may be conflicting? (includes all possible culprits no matter how unlikely):

    SBRotator
    Gridlock
    Iconoclasm
    ScrollingBoard
    App Switcher Volume

    This issue is not persistent and i have isolated what series of actions makes it happen and what series of actions corrects it (only until you repeat the actions which makes it happen again):

    Series of actions leading to the bug:

    1) (On SpringBoard) Hold the iPod portrait
    2) Turn to landscape -iPod SpringBoard changes orientation to landscape-
    3) Double tap home button -Multitasking dock appears-
    4) Swipe right -Media controls show, however they are not arranged correctly-

    From this point you can return to portrait mode and the problem persists

    However when i do this it corrects itself:

    1) after having completed step 4) above:
    2) Press the home button -iPod returns to SpringBoard view-
    3) Swipe left/right on the application dock (I have ScrollingBoard [see above packages list] with the application dock media player enabled)
    4) Double tap home button -back into multitasking dock-
    5) Swipe right -Media player shows, with no fault-

    Strange huh?

    One more thing to note: this only occurs when the SpringBoard is visible; when an app is running everything functions as normal.

    Any productive feedback will be appreciated. Also I do know my stuff so don't be afraid to talk in space age language with me if necessary.

    Thank you for your time!!



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    landscape:
    2011-01-22 11:47 PM
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