Or wait until ios7, when apple devs find out about the tweakOriginally Posted by Mickey330
The app just got an update which helped out with a lot of the bugs. Give it a shot.
Do you still need to respring to enable it and disable it?
Yes, you do need to respring each time, but that is true of most tweaks. Considering how big a tweak window management is, I don't see that changing anytime soon. One thing I'd like to see fixed is that sometimes when resizing a window, the whole app goes skinny - like it's being squeezed from both sides. And of course the crashes and resprings. Still, it's a pretty good example of what can be done, so maybe other developers will make competing window managers and there'll be some cool options available.
I have used this app for some hour now. Works perfect on my Ipad 3d gen so far.
All I should have fixed is the window size. It s way to small can I specify a new size in Settings?
You can drag the bottom right corner to resize the window, but there is no way to specify a default size for new windows. Perhaps the developer will add that option in a future update if there is enough interest in it.
Nope. Do not install this !!!
It looks very promising, and is very very helpful, in fact I miss it deeply already!
You see I tried it most of yesterday, simply fantastic!!
But it locks / freezez my Ipad 3 often, very often i had to disable it.
Please please you Cydia super mod, instruct the developer to put out anwarning such as;
"this is beta software and not stable. Use at own risk!"
It is too bad that novices such as me should be "fooled" into bying this very unfinished product,
I hav had my Ipad for only one week, I have installed many, many Cydia apps
- this Quasar is the only one who has given me serious trouble but at the same time is THE most promising in trems of innovation, a most wanted app!
The tweak seems to be working for me. I don't have many other tweaks installed though.
When I first tried it on my iPad2, it was pretty buggy (freezing, respringing, etc) and there were a few updates that didn't seem to improve the stability of it at all. But the most recent update seems to have fixed most of the instability for me. I say most because I found it does freeze up if I use Atomic Browser. So I've been using Safari for a while and things have been pretty smooth.