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Thread: How To Theme StatusBar In iOS4?

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    Default How To Theme StatusBar In iOS4?
    I'm trying to complete a theme, but I just can't find the StatusBar png to theme it. Anyone know what directory it's in? Thanks!

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    I'm not sure where the original is located, but to theme it:

    Quote Originally Posted by Fudsey View Post
    OK I figured it out....

    Status bar is now Translucent_Base.png

    for the Home Screen and goes in the UIImages folder

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    Anyone know the dimensions of the Translucent_Base.png?

    Found it: 5x20. Used to be called FSO_BG in com.apple.springboard (for Winterboard).

    Now there's another one called FST_BG that is used for Safari and other programs. But I can't find where the UIImages folder is in my phone (ios4).
    Last edited by Jahooba; 08-07-2010 at 01:03 PM.

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    I can't find the UIImages folder either. Help pls!

    Scratch that, in themes. However my theme has png's for status bar icons but it's not working.
    Last edited by Suevans; 08-08-2010 at 08:20 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suevans View Post
    I can't find the UIImages folder either. Help pls!

    Scratch that, in themes. However my theme has png's for status bar icons but it's not working.
    The UIimages folder in Winterboard corresponds to files in the operating system, those are the files I'm looking for.

    You may have to rename your files with @2x. Like: [email protected]

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