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    Default What Program do I Use to Open plist Files to Make Changes?

    I am trying to make my iPhone vibrate longer by editing the
    /System/Library/Frameworks/Celestial.framework/SystemSoundVibrationPatterns.plist

    file. What program do I need to view the file and make edits? I am new to getting this deep into the iPhone.



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    Quote Originally Posted by one4house View Post
    I am trying to make my iPhone vibrate longer by editing the
    /System/Library/Frameworks/Celestial.framework/SystemSoundVibrationPatterns.plist

    file. What program do I need to view the file and make edits? I am new to getting this deep into the iPhone.
    I assume that you're using a PC? Try the following site:

    http://140.124.181.188/~khchung/cgi-bin/plutil.cgi

    Via Mac, there's BBEdit, Xcode editor, etc., etc.

    This is really great news. A few people in the forum were looking for a way to do this recently, since they felt that the SMS alert buzz wasn't long enough. When you figure it all out, be sure to post your findings. I assume that all you need to do is change the default TotalDuration key to something like 0.8 or 1 or 1.5 as well as match the total duration values on/off to whatever you chose. I guess an iBrate.app type buzz is not necessary, this said.....

    Code:
    <key>Default</key>
    	<dict>
    		<key>Intensity</key>
    		<real>1</real>
    		<key>OffDuration</key>
    		<real>0.10000000000000001</real>
    		<key>OnDuration</key>
    		<real>0.40000000000000002</real>
    		<key>TotalDuration</key>
    		<real>0.5</real>
                </dict>
    Good luck! You're and fabiopigi's discovery is going to make lots of people happy here.
    Last edited by Snowbird; 10-07-2007 at 08:54 PM.

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    I give all the credit to fabiopigi. I have yet to do anything but post on a board trying to find a solution to the problem. He did all the hunting. I hope I figure it out.

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    It does not look like there is anything in here that has to do, specifically, with SMS vibe duration? Looks like these keys only have to do with Docking, "Default" and switching between Ring and Silent?




    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

    <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple Computer//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">

    <plist version="1.0">

    <dict>

    <key>ConnectedToPower</key>

    <dict>

    <key>Intensity</key>

    <real>1</real>

    <key>OffDuration</key>

    <real>0.10000000000000001</real>

    <key>OnDuration</key>

    <real>0.40000000000000002</real>

    <key>TotalDuration</key>

    <real>1</real>
    </dict>

    <key>Default</key>

    <dict>

    <key>Intensity</key>

    <real>1</real>

    <key>OffDuration</key>

    <real>0.10000000000000001</real>

    <key>OnDuration</key>

    <real>0.40000000000000002</real>

    <key>TotalDuration</key>

    <real>0.5</real>

    </dict>

    <key>RingerSwitchIndication</key>

    <dict>

    <key>Intensity</key>

    <real>1</real>

    <key>OffDuration</key>

    <real>0.10000000000000001</real>

    <key>OnDuration</key>

    <real>0.29999999999999999</real>

    <key>TotalDuration</key>

    <real>0.40000000000000002</real>

    </dict>

    </dict>

    </plist>
    Last edited by one4house; 10-07-2007 at 09:06 PM.

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    Backup the plist, play with the default settings, copy back the updated one and then reboot. This looks like the place that it's happening, but I haven't really researched this topic before... I don't think that the SMS has it's own values defined anywhere. I think that it calls the default key option here. Once again, I'm just guessing and haven't tested it on my own and won't. Will wait for you to tell me how to do it and would prefer that the resolution of this problem stays with its rightful owner....


 

 

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