iOS 4.0 animation speed

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  1. shamrock

    shamrock Member

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    since im a freak about graphics and performance of my ipod touch, im wondering if it would be possible to halve the speed of some animations. With wallpapers enabled (and shadows removed) the animation of an app launching still has just and lags... im wondering if it is possible to cut the speed of the animation in half, to make the animation smoother?
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    Try searching through the file system? As far as I know, no one has done it or even tried to.
  3. shamrock

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    ive been foraging through the filesystem for a long time...
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    I'm interested too, maybe someone could look into this? I don't have much spare time in my day.

    Btw, sometimes apps will start up without the animation when the RAM is low, so at the very least, you could manually disable the animations somehow.
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    In the end, I disabled native wallpapers and just stuck with Winterboard... man that made it faster.
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    I stuck with native wallpapers and scrapped winterboard and my ipod is like blazing green fast, and I can make awesome themes without winterbaord.
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    I doubt it. The animations are implemented in the Core Animation framework.

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