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  1. #101
    Stick to the size but always good to see what the original looks like. At the moment keyboard isn't supported

  2. #102
    I know keyboards have been done for a while sorry I should have specified "iacces keyboards" sorry

  3. #103
    how do I find out what images are where that I want to theme, such as the lock screen clock, page dots, loading screens, and backgrounds (settings)... or the settings screen itself?

  4. #104
    I took an original them and drew on the images. Then figured it out from there. Or just ask and well try help

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  6. #106
    Have a look at the images under bundles/com.apple.mobileicons.framework

    make AppIconShadow@2x transparent and it should fix it.
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    I'm sure this has been answered somewhere but i cannot find it, when I have any theme applied the theme seems to disapear when in cydia or iFile. Anyone care to share why this may be, are there themes out there that will skin cydia or iFile?

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    At this stage...no

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    Does anyone have an answer for the AppIconOverlay not being applied to all app store icons? I'm working on a theme and it only applies it to about 5 apps. I know the file has to be under bundles/com.apple.mobileicons.framework right? Ive done this in another theme I made and did not have any problems. Any ideas? I am running the theme on iOS 4.1...

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    Something I would also like to confirm
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    You need to have an AppIconMask.png and the AppIconShadow.png in that mobileicons folder. If you have a retina display, include the 200% increased @2x.pngs for each one as well.
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  14. #112
    thanks VampireV for this guide. i am just getting started with making themes and this guide has helped immensely. thanks again!

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    cheers thazsar, I have both the @2x and normal masks and still the overlay only shows up on some icons, not all.
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    @VampireV,
    Weird...all of my App Store icons are themed. The Cydia Apps, on the other hand, are excluded from theming; don't know why or how that can be overcome.

    Are the Cydia Apps the ones that are not theming or are they also App Store apps?

  17. #115
    That would be the reason

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    Here's how my App Store overlay looks BUT like I said, the Cydia Apps don't auto-theme so I have to create them manually
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    Here are some Cydia icons that are manually themed and some that are not. Wish I could figure this issue out so everything would auto-theme!!!
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  20. #118
    Hi, i have a problem with icons.. When i install a themes only a part of images in icons folder substitutes standard app's icons.
    Safari, Ipod,Youtube, cydia, facebook ecc changes but the other no.
    The icons that i want to change are :
    -phone (Phone.png)
    -sms (Messages.png)
    -settings (Settings.png)
    -calendar (Calendar.png)
    -notes (Notes.png)
    -photos (Photos.png)
    -calculator (Calculator.png)
    -maps (Maps.png)

    Between brackets there are the names of the image in icons folder.

    How i have to change them ?I have an iphone 3gs 4.1

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlbioTQ View Post
    Hi, i have a problem with icons.. When i install a themes only a part of images in icons folder substitutes standard app's icons.
    Safari, Ipod,Youtube, cydia, facebook ecc changes but the other no.
    The icons that i want to change are :
    -phone (Phone.png)
    -sms (Messages.png)
    -settings (Settings.png)
    -calendar (Calendar.png)
    -notes (Notes.png)
    -photos (Photos.png)
    -calculator (Calculator.png)
    -maps (Maps.png)

    Between brackets there are the names of the image in icons folder.

    How i have to change them ?I have an iphone 3gs 4.1

    You can put already themed icons in there respective folders named icon@2x and icon. Or you can create an icons folder in the root theme folder and put them there. It will do the same thing, just more managable because of their singular location.

    KJ

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    i have created some folders in bundles..
    For example com.apple.mobilephone and i have put the image in this folder named icon or icon@2x but nothing happened..

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