'SliderCustomizer' Gives You Complete Control Over the Appearance of Your Unlock Slider
Customization is great.
If you agree, you should check out a new free jailbreak tweak called SliderCustomizer by iOS developer Julian Weiss
gives you tons of options for customizing the way your lock screen slide to unlock bar and slider will look, as shown above.
The tweak’s power comes from the options that it gives you to configure from the Settings application. After installing the tweak, you will find a SliderCustomizer preferences pane that you can go into to start tinkering with the options:
You will be able to enable and disable the tweak on demand, enable and disable “slide to” options, and enable or disable the Camera Grabber. The tweak also gives you sliders so you can adjust the size of the slide to unlock bar, the size of the label inside of the slide to unlock bar (along with the text in the label), and the height of the slide to unlock bar and distance it is to the bottom of the screen.
Changing the label requires you to press the Apply button, however everything else can be configured in real time without requiring any type of Apply button or respring. There is a reset to defaults button at the bottom of the preferences pane so you can set everything back to normal if you decide that you don’t like your changes.
SliderCustomizer is not compatible with biteSMS or Unfold, but it does work with Forecast. SliderCustomizer is a fun little jailbreak tweak for those that love tinkering with the GUI of iOS. You will find it for free right now in Cydia’s BigBoss repository.
Developer: Julian Weiss