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    Default summer board FULL wallpaper!
    FYI... Summer board now finally let's u set a wallpaper and it will fill in the dock area too... If u delete ur dock file in the spring board app directory, and set a wallpaper using summer board, it will now fill the whole screen!

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    bout time, but why so dim......
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    Quote Originally Posted by RessayFlex View Post
    ... and set a wallpaper using summer board, it will now fill the whole screen!
    Are you saying that you can set the summerboard wallpaper independently from the home screen? If so, can you shed some light into how to achieve this?

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    Yup.. Hes right. Install the new summerboard... And simply delete the SBDockBG2.png file or replace with a transparent version. When you set your wallpaper by using the factory wallpapers, or photos it automatically inserts it in the back
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    Quote Originally Posted by LoringStudios View Post
    Yup.. Hes right. Install the new summerboard... And simply delete the SBDockBG2.png file or replace with a transparent version. When you set your wallpaper by using the factory wallpapers, or photos it automatically inserts it in the back
    SWEEEET!!!!

    i have been waiting to be able to do this. i just deleted the SBDockBG2 and it works great.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoringStudios View Post
    Yup.. Hes right. Install the new summerboard... And simply delete the SBDockBG2.png file or replace with a transparent version. When you set your wallpaper by using the factory wallpapers, or photos it automatically inserts it in the back
    What folder?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rexxiboy90807 View Post
    What folder?
    your wallpapers will sync with your photos in itunes, the docks are located in var/root/Library/DockSwap or something like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rexxiboy90807 View Post
    What folder?
    System/Library/CoreServices/SprngBoard.app/SBDockBG2.png (Delete or replace w/ transparent)

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    Not going to upgrade unless we have the option of non-dimmed wallpaper. Shame, cause I'm still at 1.5 and that's a really nice feature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darngooddesign View Post
    Not going to upgrade unless we have the option of non-dimmed wallpaper. Shame, cause I'm still at 1.5 and that's a really nice feature.
    I really didn't even notice it was dimmed, I still don't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lampcov View Post
    Are you saying that you can set the summerboard wallpaper independently from the home screen? If so, can you shed some light into how to achieve this?
    Go to settings -> wallpaper -> choose a wallpaper...

    It uses the same wallpaper that you have set for your unlock screen (at least it seems like it)

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    does any one know the command to delete a file in the vt100 terminal app.? Im tryin to delete the dock file. please help

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    Quote Originally Posted by steinah View Post
    Go to settings -> wallpaper -> choose a wallpaper...

    It uses the same wallpaper that you have set for your unlock screen (at least it seems like it)

    The desire is to have a photograph for the lock screen and a pattern for the home screen.
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    rm filename = remove

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