iStrobe - A Strobe Light!

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  1. BMANZZS

    BMANZZS New Member

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    [RELEASE] iStrobe - A Strobe Light!

    I just finished making a Strobe Light application for the iPhone/iPod touch!
    REQUIRES JIGGY RUNTIME (http://jiggyapp.com/get_jiggy)

    Download:
    http://code.google.com/p/istrobe/downloads/list

    Please post in this topic any bugs you find or any suggestions you may have. Thanks!
    This should work for all firmware versions 1.1.1 - 1.1.4. If it does not, please make sure that you've set your permissions correctly (see below) and have the Jiggy Runtime installed. If it still doesn't work, post in this thread. Thank you.

    Note: The source is pretty sloppy, as this is my first application that I've ever created for the iPhone, let alone Javascript. I just learned a few days ago!

    How to Install
    1. Extract iStrobe.app from iStrobe0.0.1.rar anywhere on your computer.
    2. SSH into your iPhone/iPod using your favorite client. (Click here)
    3. Drag and Drop iStrobe.app into /private/var/Applications/
    4. Set the permissions of all of the files to 755.
    5. Respring and enjoy!

    IF THE APP FREEZES AND RETURNS TO THE HOME SCREEN AFTER 10 SECONDS
  2. JBB

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    Could we have a video?
  3. linkinlistener

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    if that's what i think it is, couldn't it cause dead pixels?
  4. BMANZZS

    BMANZZS New Member

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    I don't know why it would.
  5. linkinlistener

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    i was just thinking because you'd have flashing lights. it just seems like it'd be possible for it to cause dead pixels...but idk. just a thought. but hey how'd you learn to make an app for the touch, can you give me some pointers?
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    Jiggyapp.com

    Learn javascript and app away. I wanna learn javascript but it seems kinds hard and... I don't know where to start!
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    It flashes white & black. But like said before. I though this could lead to dead/stuck pixels or w/e especially on a fast intensive flashing.
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    I think that could possibly fix dead/stuck pixels,

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    yeah I think flashing fixes dead pixels. although the best thing for that I found is to open up rainbowlight.app and scroll your finger up and down really fast on the right side of the screen.

    anyway, good job.
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    they have a strobe light web clip

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