Security & developer:
- Solaris 10, OS X, iOS, Windows XP (and once upon a time - AIX & Multics)
- mostly C, ksh, Oracle SQL*Plus, but sometimes (dis-)assembler.
Yesterday, a notification popped up on my iPhone and I didn’t catch what it said, so I went looking for where the notifications are kept (if anywhere). Turns out that they’re available on any page.
Just flick your finger downward from the top of the page in a downward direction (I start the flick just above the top of the page). One of two things will happen - either you get what I call the “today at a glance” page, which includes today’s weather, calendar, stock ticker, and … notifications - or you get a little black handle (it seems to depend on what type of page you started from). If you get the black handle, you can flick it and the notifications page will appear. You can dismiss it by flicking the handle (on the bottom of the notifications page) upwards.
Also, instead of flicking, you can drag your finger and the notifications page will come down like a window shade — so you can take a quick peek at it and flick it back up. Although I am happy with what is being displayed, I have no idea how to customize the contents of the page - does anyone know?