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    How can i edit a .Dylib file?

    Ofcourse textEdit ruins it, and i googled how to decompile .dylibs, but the only thing i found out was how to create them and how to use them.

    but i need a way to edit a .dylib file.

    why you ask?
    I own an iphone with a 2/3 lower touchscreen malfunction, only the 1/3 top works, which is not enough to get veency accepted on the phone.
    Now i want to edit the veency.dylib file to remove some text and to move the accept button up so i can use it.
    Or make it autoaccept, but i reckon i'd need programming skills for that.

    Any help at all would be appreciated
    I've been losing my time with this for a long time now, thought i'd ask here.

    boz
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    Find someone to repair your iphone touch screen is a better choice
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    Touch Dial is an easy-to-use application for one touch dial / sms icon on the home screen for iPhone.

    This app can read the accelerometer and do phone dial or SMS dial for the same number based on the your setting for Portrait or Landscape Mode of iPhone.


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    Quote Originally Posted by boz View Post
    How can i edit a .Dylib file?

    Ofcourse textEdit ruins it, and i googled how to decompile .dylibs, but the only thing i found out was how to create them and how to use them.

    but i need a way to edit a .dylib file.

    why you ask?
    I own an iphone with a 2/3 lower touchscreen malfunction, only the 1/3 top works, which is not enough to get veency accepted on the phone.
    Now i want to edit the veency.dylib file to remove some text and to move the accept button up so i can use it.
    Or make it autoaccept, but i reckon i'd need programming skills for that.

    Any help at all would be appreciated
    I've been losing my time with this for a long time now, thought i'd ask here.

    boz
    I am having the same exact problem, nothing responds below the third row. I once modified the buttons themselves (not veency), and it worked. But then with 2.2 I guess either the buttons changed or I didnt backup the file correctly it hasnt worked. I made all the UIImages 3X as large and this is the result:


    It still isnt clickable, but the file is in the UIImages folder

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    Quote Originally Posted by javacom View Post
    Find someone to repair your iphone touch screen is a better choice
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    I still owe over $200 on my first gen and it costs atleast that to fix the screen. And my warrantee exprired a few weeks before it quit

 

 

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