View Poll Results: Is this worth making?

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  • Definitely!

    35 54.69%
  • Maybe...with the right features.

    17 26.56%
  • Not really...

    3 4.69%
  • Not at all!

    9 14.06%
  1. celeron's Avatar
    I hope it wont use much memory.
    Doubt it...but we'll just have to wait and see
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    2012-04-16 08:06 PM
  2. 2k1's Avatar
    I think it will be good he will set it up good
    2012-04-16 08:07 PM
  3. FrightDealer's Avatar
    Doubt it...but we'll just have to wait and see
    Many can argue here. If he makes it all Dynamic Views, then it won't use much RAM, but of course, if he wants to get a bit fancy with animations and other little extras, he will have to use MainView more and that does use a bit of RAM. It all depends on how he sets it up. I'm sure he will be able to mix the two together and make it both easy and friendly.
    2012-04-16 08:51 PM
  4. korbyn8495's Avatar
    I hope it wont use much memory.
    Me too . In all seriousness though, I don't think it will be too heavy on it

    Many can argue here. If he makes it all Dynamic Views, then it won't use much RAM, but of course, if he wants to get a bit fancy with animations and other little extras, he will have to use MainView more and that does use a bit of RAM. It all depends on how he sets it up. I'm sure he will be able to mix the two together and make it both easy and friendly.
    That's the approach I want to take. The only downside to using DynamicViews to animate things is that you can't animate them out before they disappear. I've figured out that DreamBoard executes a list of actions at one time, rather than waiting for the previous to finish. So, because DynamicViews just disappear when turned off, I won't be able to animate them before they leave. Don't think it'll be too much of a problem, as long as it is very carefully set up
    Last edited by korbyn8495; 2012-04-17 at 01:48 AM.

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    2012-04-17 01:46 AM
  5. Frep's Avatar
    Is there any eta?
    2012-04-17 03:46 PM
  6. korbyn8495's Avatar
    Is there any eta?
    Hmmm... not at the moment. It's hard to say.

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    2012-04-17 11:29 PM
  7. FrightDealer's Avatar
    That's the approach I want to take. The only downside to using DynamicViews to animate things is that you can't animate them out before they disappear. I've figured out that DreamBoard executes a list of actions at one time, rather than waiting for the previous to finish. So, because DynamicViews just disappear when turned off, I won't be able to animate them before they leave. Don't think it'll be too much of a problem, as long as it is very carefully set up
    Sounds good. If you ever need a beta tester for this, just shoot me a PM. =D. I've never been to hyped about adding animations, but they make the theme feel more alive. Since i'm more of a "RAM saver" myself, i try not to use animations, but that is just me! lol. Like i said before, i know you'll be able to mix both of them and make a marvelous theme!
    2012-04-18 02:31 AM
  8. korbyn8495's Avatar
    Sounds good. If you ever need a beta tester for this, just shoot me a PM. =D. I've never been to hyped about adding animations, but they make the theme feel more alive. Since i'm more of a "RAM saver" myself, i try not to use animations, but that is just me! lol. Like i said before, i know you'll be able to mix both of them and make a marvelous theme!
    Sounds good sir, I probably will have you test it, for how runs and opinions once I have a practical version running

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    2012-04-19 08:35 PM
  9. kooris's Avatar
    Me too . In all seriousness though, I don't think it will be too heavy on it



    That's the approach I want to take. The only downside to using DynamicViews to animate things is that you can't animate them out before they disappear. I've figured out that DreamBoard executes a list of actions at one time, rather than waiting for the previous to finish. So, because DynamicViews just disappear when turned off, I won't be able to animate them before they leave. Don't think it'll be too much of a problem, as long as it is very carefully set up
    Here's my workaround:

    Animate it so that its in a certain position eg. views.this.x = -320 animated:0.1

    then, when on an action commonly used have an action : get.views.this.x = -320 ? removeview this : nothing
    2012-05-16 05:48 AM
  10. 2k1's Avatar
    Bump
    2012-05-16 11:31 AM
  11. korbyn8495's Avatar
    Bump
    It's a WIP, I really want the first release to be authentic, and I'm also juggling an iOS 5 update to EvolutionHD as well. Still no ETA, but it will be done, soon.

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    2012-05-20 08:11 PM
  12. celeron's Avatar
    Im looking forward to this theme!
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    2012-05-20 08:12 PM
  13. korbyn8495's Avatar
    Bump
    Although this is on an iPad, iPhone and iPod users will receive the same experience (Actual animating dock, menubar, widgets, etc...) I just prefer the real estate on the iPad, and it looks better to show, but anyway, here it is! A very early makeup, but a usable one :P.

    I plan to make this as close as humanly possible to Mountain Lion in every way. I even upgraded to Mountain Lion to do so, and installed Windows 8, so I can make sure of it.


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    2012-06-29 11:01 AM
  14. 2k1's Avatar
    Sounds good can't wait needs something lemme know.
    2012-06-29 02:10 PM
  15. korbyn8495's Avatar
    Sounds good can't wait needs something lemme know.
    Awesome, thanks! Will do sir

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    2012-07-05 07:49 AM
  16. Aehmlo's Avatar
    If you really are willing to put some time into it, DreamBoard isn't terribly complicated to re-create (code) with your own features (dylibs for themes, calling main() function, etc.). Problem is the time it takes to do so.
    2012-07-15 08:17 AM
  17. korbyn8495's Avatar
    If you really are willing to put some time into it, DreamBoard isn't terribly complicated to re-create (code) with your own features (dylibs for themes, calling main() function, etc.). Problem is the time it takes to do so.
    I wouldn't mind investing time for a theme that comes exceptionally close to replicating OS X. I considered doing so for a while, but gave up on the option, because I was unsure as to where I should start. I initially was going to start with OS7's source code, but its setup seemed too far off from what I wanted to do. I still feel kinda like I need a starting point, because XCode is ridiculously complicated for newbies, and I'm not that far into Obj-C to know how to just start from scratch. If you could help me get started, I'd definitely take the theme that direction.

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    2012-07-15 08:33 AM
  18. Aehmlo's Avatar
    I wouldn't mind investing time for a theme that comes exceptionally close to replicating OS X. I considered doing so for a while, but gave up on the option, because I was unsure as to where I should start. I initially was going to start with OS7's source code, but its setup seemed too far off from what I wanted to do. I still feel kinda like I need a starting point, because XCode is ridiculously complicated for newbies, and I'm not that far into Obj-C to know how to just start from scratch. If you could help me get started, I'd definitely take the theme that direction.
    That's just it. You need a starting point. And then you need to be able to code programatically. I'd start with an app that renders things the way you want them, then create the theme using the ap, and then work on creating the hooks and such to get the app integrated with iOS.
    2012-07-15 08:45 AM
  19. korbyn8495's Avatar
    That's just it. You need a starting point. And then you need to be able to code programatically. I'd start with an app that renders things the way you want them, then create the theme using the ap, and then work on creating the hooks and such to get the app integrated with iOS.
    Sounds good. I'll look into it, and see where it takes me. Having this theme, or even just part of it as a DyLib would be amazing.

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    2012-07-15 08:51 AM
  20. Aehmlo's Avatar
    Yeah, it would be incredibly fast if you could make it a dylib. If you don't want to have to reverse engineer everything, instead of making your own customized dreamboard, you could just use OS7's source code. I took a look at it, and it looks like it could work for your theme(s) with some modifications.
    2012-07-15 08:57 AM
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