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12-14-2010, 10:13 AM #1
A tweak to hide the "slide to unlock/view" etc at lockscreen?
Hey guys. Well basically I downloaded a cool winterboard theme for an Android style lockscreen (link below). It's pretty slick, except when you get a text, the "slide to view" text sits off-place way over to the right of the screen and gets cut off. And even if it was centered, it wouldn't look good with the theme anyway. I remember there was a tweak in Cydia not so long ago, which let you hide the lockscreen text. I think there is a few winterboard themes that let you hide the "slide to unlock", but I'm not sure if it also hides "slide to view/answer" etc. Does anyone know the name of the tweak to hide all lockscreen text? PS. I don't really wanna use iStrings or whatever that tweak is, and manually have to edit all the strings and have to replace them if I end up changing my lockscreen theme. I just want to disable the text when I have this theme on, then turn the text back on if I change themes. Any help appreciated, thanks!
Here's the theme if anyone is interested:
HTC Sense Theme for iPhone 4 [How-To Install Guide] | Redmond Pie
iPad 2 16GB Wifi iOS 5.0.1 - Absinthe
iPhone 4S 16GB iOS 5.0.1 - Absinthe
12-14-2010, 12:27 PM #2
Could prob just make a custom "theme" of your own that replaces the string with whatever you want when activated.
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12-14-2010, 12:39 PM #3
12-16-2010, 12:54 AM #4
i use "iOS4 no slider theme" on my 4.. the slide to unlock is still there but can easily be removed using ifile or winscp