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Thread: Themes show up in Cyberduck but not in iphone.

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    Default Themes show up in Cyberduck but not in iphone.
    hey guys, i need some help.

    i'm trying to transfer summerboard themes to my iphone...i'm using cyberduck and i placed the file in the summerboard/themes folder. i can see them there using cyberduck but they don't appear in the Summerboard preferences on the iphone even after i hit "refresh" in cyberduck...i'm also noticing that i have themes in the Summerboard preferences in iphone that aren't showing up in Cyberduck...what am i doing wrong? how come the themes i put in cyberduck aren't appearing in SMB Prefs?

    i checked installer and i have BSD subsystem and OpenSSH installed...any clue?

    Thanks for any help.

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    try restarting the springboard using summerboard

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    thanks but it didn't work.

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    which folder are you putting it in? it has to be the themes folder in the mobile folder

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    it'a under summerboard/themes/

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    no I mean it needs to be in var/mobile/library/summerboard/themes not var root so on

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    oh...that's probably it then...i'm putting in under the var/root/library/

    when i get into cyberduck, the only thing that shows up is Library. how can i get the var/mobile/library/summerboard/themes to show up?

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    Sorry, but that's not your problem. You probobly are not capitalizing the folder names. :P Put all of your themes in Library/SummerBoard/Themes.

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    they are there in cyberduck but not in the iphone. when i first open Cyberduck, it only shows me one folder: Library

    then i click on Library to get Summerboard then click that to get to Themes.

    what do you mean by capitalizing.

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    I'm pretty sure that the folder name is case-sensitive, so check for duplicates. But if you want to go to a higher directory, use the pull down menu above the list of files.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rusty778 View Post
    no I mean it needs to be in var/mobile/library/summerboard/themes not var root so on
    ok i found it...but is there a limitation to the number of themes i can put in? in cyberduck the whole screen fills up at 27 files...how do i add more? they are all in folders that fills the entire screen so if i add any more than the 27 already there, it puts it inside an existing theme folder! is there a way i can add another page so i can put in more than 27 themes?

    thanks.

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    im pretty sure their isnt, if you need more room to see files grab the bottom left corner of the cyberduck bowser and enlarge it like other programs

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    thanks. i tried that but it doesnt work. i found a work around by doing the command C and V. that seems to insert the new folder in there without putting it in an existing folder.

    thanks.

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