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Minimalisity Lockscreen by Brammeee Minimalisity Lockscreen by Brammeee
First launched as "Project X" in a screenshot, I present to you my newest theme "Minimalisity"!!!
Made for iPhone5 IOS6.
NOTE: this is the iPhone5 version, get the 4(s) version here: [link]

UPDATE 23/3/2013: Added iPhone 4(s) support! For iphone 4, use the file with the i4 at the end of the name :) As it was originally designed for iphone 5, I needed to make subtle changes to font sized etc.
UPDATE 24/3/2013: Added options to remove the clock and/or date in the statusbar! check the configureme file. Also, added a version indicator in the html file.
UPDATE 28/3/2013: As requested: Option added to perma show the slide in screen (removes the tapping functionality!). True or false option in the configureme.js file!
UPDATE 4/4/2013: Fixed the GPS error (Yahoo updated their service ..... grrrrr)
UPDATE 2/6/2013: Fixed for Yahoo's compatibility again :)

Current version: V1.3

Don't be fooled by the preview image. Wallpaper is highly customizable! If i were to sum up this theme, i'd say "Less with a whole lot of more!"
- 6 Languages! En, It, Es, De, Fr, Nl
- Clock 12h or 24h type
- Seconds, for those who want them
- Dateformat in dd mmm or mmm dd
- 3 wallpapersettings
- Standard: Sleak dark wallpaper
- Jpegifier: Change your wallpaper using the wallpaper Jpegifier app (free in cydia)
- Random: 6 ( a whoppin 60 wallpapers !!!!) packs included. Random pick of a wallpaper each time the lockscreen loads. Categories Nature, Tv, Abstract, City, Game and Macro. Added possibility to add your own pack, for example Family photo's, etc etc
- Don't feel like respringing, no biggie, press the left edge (approx 50 pixels) of the screen and the lockscreen will refresh anything that isn't hardwired by apple's OS. so the random wallpaper will rerandomize, weather info will reload.
- Weather widget that's incorporated into the statusbar, and swipe bar area.... not enough, get your forecast by tapping the screen! It'll slide right in.
- Plenty of weather modification options included

Afraid to feel lost in all this customizing.... don't be, extensive readme included in PDF format!

*edit* just discovered my javascript touch code doesn't work on the SB. So i'll have to get creative with timings for random walls and iwidgets! going to take a while but it'll come :) the statusbar alone is peanuts to copy to SB, but i want mooooore!
*Edit* After tests with a SpringBoard variant I decided NOT to create a Springboard variation. here's why: I simply cannot create what I want with the current tools that I know (i.e. Winterboard). And I refuse to create a SB theme that I'm not happy with. Nevertheless, I will still create Lockscreen themes! so stay tuned!

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Want to remove leading zero's on the clock? (so make 8:00 from 08:00 for example)
1. Open the clock.js file in the Scripts folder
2. Find the line "//Pad with zeroes"
3. In the first codeline below this, remove the 0 between "0". So from this -->
currentClockHours = (currentClockHours < 10 ? "0" : "") + currentClockHours;
to this -->
currentClockHours = (currentClockHours < 10 ? "" : "") + currentClockHours;
4. Respring!
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Natuasi Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2014
Will this be updated to the latest iOS 7 version? I'd gladly make a generous donation for it.
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AHaghgoo Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2013
Hi Brammeee, 

I'm sorry to bother you, but I'm wondering if there's a way to have the LS theme to display the name of the pic, the number, really, as there are times where I want to remove a photo but digging through 7,500 photos becomes kind of a chore.  Maybe have it only appear with the weather info so that it can be hidden when tapping the screen? 

Thanks again for the consideration! 
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Brammeee Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi, not quite sure what you mean here? :)

You mean the iOS pictures? or the wallpaper numbers?

I'm kinda rusty at the moment at how I created this LS so i'll need to dig into my home laptop for more information :)
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AHaghgoo Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2013
I forgot to post the link: www.reddit.com/r/iOSthemes/com…
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AHaghgoo Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2013
The wallpaper numbers, which are used to name the photos so that the theme could select them if set to choose from the selection randomly.  I've asked the people at Reddit to see if they could provide any assistance. 
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Brammeee Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
aha, now i understand what you're trying to do! I'll have to tinker a bit when i get home but i think this will be relatively easy. If you have some HTML experience, you can try the following yourself:
(please don't interpret my names as the official names, it's just how my amature brain organised the java/html bits it learned :) )
1. edit the javascript for the random nr generator to write the number of the photo to a variable
2. edit the code that's part of the slide-out bit to show this number
3....
4. PROFIT :D couldn't let this one go without point 3 and 4 :p

If you're unsure, i'll try and find some time this weekend for it.

You're just in time btw, i'm about to un-jailbreak my phone and thus stop supporting this theme :) it's been fun and people seemed to like it!
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AHaghgoo Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2013
I have no idea how to use HTML.  I attempted to understand the code in the Wallpaper script and I didn't now how to even get started.  I'd be extremely grateful for your assistance and I promise I won't bother you as you're moving on to the next OS.  
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Brammeee Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
No prob mate. Well here's a fix. You'll need to change 3 files to get it done (this can be done using notepad, or ifile right on your phone)

Step 1:
Take a copy, just in case something goes wrong :)

Step 2:
Open the file "LockBackground.html" and look for these lines (near the end)
        
       
       
       

Add this second line in there, the one with CurWall in it (note: everything is case sensitive so be carefull :) )

        
       
       
       
       
Save, close and move to the next step

Step 3:
Open the "Wallpaper.js" file and add this line at the end (Note the } moved to behind the new line). Original code:
       document.getElementById("BackImg").appendChild(elem);}

New code:
       document.getElementById("BackImg").appendChild(elem);
       document.getElementById("CurWall").innerHTML=i + RandExtention;}
Save, close, and next step

Step 4:
In the file "Style.css" add this bit at the very end:

#CurWall{
position: absolute;
left:10px;
top:50px;
width:315px;
font-family: 'Raleway';
font-size: 16px;
color: #FFFFFF;
text-shadow: 0px 2px 2px black;
text-align:left;
z-index:1
}

Save, close, respring and done :)
It should show on the forecasting slide-out now. near the top left
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AHaghgoo Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2013
Thank you Brammeeee, though I'm not seeing the lines that I need to look for in Step 2.  I'm wondering if they've been written with magic ink, which means I've got to hold it under some special light? ;)
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Brammeee Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Very strange! They disappear when i press preview or submit .... I assume it messes with the deviantart's html code :) so, to avoid this, i placed this symbol in there, that way you can see it, but off course, you have to imagine those aren't there (example: "test" would be "test")

Let me know if it doesn't work, i'll try and respond asap.


Step 2:
Open the file "LockBackground.html" and look for these lines (near the end)
       <a id="Forecast"></a>
       <a id="ForecastCurrentDate">
       <a id="ForecastCurrentTime">
       <a id="ForecastCurrentTemp"></a>

Add this second line in there, the one with CurWall in it (note: everything is case sensitive so be carefull :) (Smile) )
        <a id="Forecast">
       <a id="CurWall">
       <a id="ForecastCurrentDate">
       <a id="ForecastCurrentTime">
       <a id="ForecastCurrentTemp">
       
Save, close and move to the next step
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