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Thread: iPhone iOS 4 Theming Tips

  1. #621
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsg View Post
    There in a file called Shared~iphone.artwork and are not themeable without either repackaging the file(this doesn't work for iOS 4.3.1 yet) or with Winterboard. found here:

    /System/Library/Frameworks/UIKit.framework

    Edit: as far as I know there is no smsbackground, it's a feature of Winterboard
    i am on 4.2.1

  2. #622
    then you can't theme them manually

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    well this sucks.... i dont want winterboard on my device since i have the 3G still.... it is already slow as hell

  4. #624
    Default Badge numbers
    Hi All,

    After reading all the pages I could not find what I'm looking for. If possible I would like to delete the numbers that show up in the badge icons, or make them transparant.

    I'm referring to the badge as stated in my dock at E-Mails. Anyone know where I can find and adjust this?

    Thanks.


  5. #625
    you used to be able to remove the text on iOS 3.x but it doesn't work for iOS 4

    there is a tweek in Cydia called No Badges but that removes the badges completely, text and the background image

  6. #626
    Quote Originally Posted by dsg View Post
    you used to be able to remove the text on iOS 3.x but it doesn't work for iOS 4

    there is a tweek in Cydia called No Badges but that removes the badges completely, text and the background image
    Too bad... Thanks!

  7. #627
    Sorry if this has been asked already, but does anyone know how to get rid of the faint default dock icons that show up when a folder is opened? Here's a screenshot of what I'm talking about:


  8. #628
    It looks like it's just your wallpaper showing

  9. #629
    Quote Originally Posted by dsg View Post
    It looks like it's just your wallpaper showing
    ??? Sorry, maybe it wasn't clear what I was talking about. I'm talking about the dock icons. The default square icons that show up over the custom glyph icons. They only show up when a folder is open. This is what the dock looks like when no folders are open:

    Last edited by sanduskm; 06-10-2011 at 08:16 PM.

  10. #630
    try using the bundle method for your docked icons, the folder and icon names are below:

    Phone

    com.apple.mobilephone
    icon.png
    [email protected]

    Mail

    com.apple.mobilemail
    icon.png
    [email protected]

    Messages

    com.apple.MobileSMS
    icon.png
    [email protected]

    Safari

    com.apple.mobilesafari
    icon.png
    [email protected]

    Settings

    com.apple.Preferences
    icon.png
    [email protected]

    they go in :

    Your.theme/Bundles

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    sanduskm (06-10-2011)

  12. #631
    Quote Originally Posted by dsg View Post
    try using the bundle method for your docked icons, the folder and icon names are below:

    Phone

    com.apple.mobilephone
    icon.png
    [email protected]

    Mail

    com.apple.mobilemail
    icon.png
    [email protected]

    Messages

    com.apple.MobileSMS
    icon.png
    [email protected]

    Safari

    com.apple.mobilesafari
    icon.png
    [email protected]

    Settings

    com.apple.Preferences
    icon.png
    [email protected]

    they go in :

    Your.theme/Bundles
    Oddly, I couldn't get the icons to show up using this bundle method. I did however resolve the issue by replacing the icons in the original .app folders. Thanks for the workaround advice though.

  13. #632
    sorry when changing icons with bundles you need to delete the com.apple.IconsCache from:

    /private/var/mobile/Library/Caches

    and reboot

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    sanduskm (06-17-2011)

  15. #633
    Default HTML Wallpaper
    When I first upgraded to iOS4, I got my widgets and html wallpaper working fine. I had a wallpaper.png and an overlay.png displaying properly. After installing Parallax, I know I had to sacrifice my widgets since they are not compatible with Parallax. Now I would like to go back to my widgets, but I can't get my widget.html to show up on top of the wallpaper I have set through settings. I know it is displaying underneath my settings wallpaper because I can see it every now and then when I launch certain apps. How do I clear the wallpaper I have set through Settings>Wallpaper, so I can see my html wallpaper and widgets?

    EDIT (Solved): I needed to uninstall parallax completely, just disabling it does not work.
    Last edited by sanduskm; 06-17-2011 at 07:55 PM.

  16. #634
    Anyone know how to lose the overlay shadows in this shot?

    This theme was originally for 4.0.0 but my new phone won't back date to that so I'm stuck with 4.1, trying to rebuild my theme to work with it.

    http://i988.photobucket.com/albums/a...bu/fdsa009.png

    Sorry, you'll have to excuse the failed photo embed attempt. I guess PhotoBucket doesn't work like it used to.

    Never mind I guess it does, ANYWAY I want to get rid of the Icon Shadows that should not be there in the first place if it is possible.
    Last edited by PacoJon; 08-16-2011 at 10:30 PM.

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