5: Moving, Docking, and Deleting Icons in Objective-C

Drawing QR Code 2d barcode in Objective-C 5: Moving, Docking, and Deleting Icons

CHAPTER 5: Moving, Docking, and Deleting Icons
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Be careful it is as easy to delete an icon as it is to move it, but when you delete an icon on the iPad, you are actually deleting the program it represents. This means you won t be able to use the program again without reinstalling or downloading it. Depending on your Application Sync settings in iTunes, the program may still reside in your Applications folder in iTunes. In that case, you would be able to easily reinstall the deleted app if you wanted to by checking that application in the list of apps to sync in iTunes. As Figure 5 3 shows, the deleting process is similar to the moving process. Touch and hold any icon to initiate deleting. Just as before, touching and holding makes the icons shake and allows you to move or delete them. NOTE: You may only delete programs you have downloaded to your iPad; the preinstalled icons and their associated programs can t be deleted. You can tell which programs can be deleted because the icons contain a small black x in the upper left corner. Just tap the x on the icon you d like to delete. You will be prompted to either Delete or Cancel the delete request. If you select Delete, the icon and its related app are removed from your iPad.
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Figure 5 3. Deleting an icon and its associated program
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CHAPTER 5: Moving, Docking, and Deleting Icons
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Occasionally, you might want to go back to the original, factory default icon settings. This might be the case when you ve moved too many new icons to your first page and want to see all the basic icons again. To do this, touch the Settings icon. Then touch General in the left column and, finally, scroll all the way to the bottom to touch Reset in the right column.
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NOTE: Built-in apps will get sorted back into the order they were in when Apple shipped the iPad.
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On the Reset screen, touch Reset Home Screen Layout near the bottom. Now all your icons will be returned to the original settings. CAUTION: Be careful you don t touch one of the other Reset options, as you can inadvertently erase your entire iPad if you touch the wrong button. If you do, you ll have to restore data from your iTunes backup.
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In this chapter you will learn some great ways to personalize your iPad and how to protect your iPad with passcode security. You can download some great free wallpaper and change the wallpaper for your Lock and Home screens. You can personalize the sounds your iPad makes by adjusting whether you hear a sound when you receive or send e-mail, lock the iPad, type using the keyboard or are alerted before an event on your calendar. You can also customize the Picture Frame settings (This is the app that shows your pictures when the device is locked). You can vary times, transitions, and even select which albums of pictures are shown. Many aspects of the iPad can be finetuned to meet your needs and tastes to give your iPad a more personal look and feel.
Changing your Lock Screen and Home Screen Wallpapers
There are actually two screens you can personalize on your iPad by changing the wallpaper. The first is the Lock Screen, which appears when you first turn on your iPad, or wake it up. The wallpaper for this screen image is shown behind the Slide to Unlock slider bar. The next one is the Home Screen. The wallpaper for this is shown behind the icons. You can use the wallpaper pictures that come with the iPad or you can use your own images. TIP: You may want the wallpaper for your Lock Screen to be less personal than your Home Screen wallpaper. For example, you might choose to put a generic landscape image on your Lock Screen and a picture of a loved one on your Home Screen.
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