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08-15-2010, 01:41 AM #1Question
Quick question. I jailbroke my 3GS and my original iphone and back then, any themes that existed were just a folder and it opened like a normal folder and the files were within the folder...like it should be. From there, I could take one of those files, mess with it in photoshop or whatever, save it as the same file name and then throw it into cyberduck or filezilla and it would overwrite the file that was there with the new one.
I am using cyberduck now, and I can see the files, but when I drag them out of cyberduck onto my desktop and try to open them, none of them show me any actual images. It's always blank stuff.
Is there any help or tips that anybody can give me?
I'm looking ot make my own theme and I can't even begin without being able to see how other people made theirs.
Last edited by the_peripheral; 08-15-2010 at 01:59 AM.
08-15-2010, 09:41 AM #2
You need to convert the .png files so they are visible on your Mac.
Use a program like "iPhonePNGApp"
It's a free app and be found by googling it! Hope it works for you!