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Originally Posted by itwasntme187 what would we call the icons for things like brightness and wallpaper, phone, mail... to get them to show in the settings app? If that above
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    Quote Originally Posted by itwasntme187 View Post
    what would we call the icons for things like brightness and wallpaper, phone, mail... to get them to show in the settings app?
    If that above method doesn't work for you which seems like a gd ideas for sure! You can always do it the long way and create separate bundles for each setting icon you want themed. Long method but it's up to you really.

    Nav to /System/Library/PreferenceBundles

    All those folders have icons that are shown in the Settjngs menu. You will have to open each folder, open the info.plist confirm the Bundle iD and then also look at the icon names within the folder.

    Then in your own theme section create all those Bundle folders inside YourTheme/Bundles

    Bit of work but it will work. OR just do what was suggested above. See how you go
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jato_BZ View Post

    Of course!! :-) I can actually understand your pain! But I have managed to theme most! ;-) let me know if u have any issues!
    hehe thanks! I think i'm almost done. I'm not a theme-fanatic like you...just need to change those ugly stock icons on the home screen...I'd die if have to theme out my entire phone. haha

    I do have 1 problem tho..I'm not sure why my whatsapp icon shows a black boarder. i have tried both pix size, 118x120 and 114x114. still no luck

    also, do you have any idea how i could remove the gray background on the docked icons?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sofilious View Post
    hehe thanks! I think i'm almost done. I'm not a theme-fanatic like you...just need to change those ugly stock icons on the home screen...I'd die if have to theme out my entire phone. haha

    I do have 1 problem tho..I'm not sure why my whatsapp icon shows a black boarder. i have tried both pix size, 118x120 and 114x114. still no luck

    also, do you have any idea how i could remove the gray background on the docked icons?
    I don't know! Ur theme is looking pretty good once again! Ok that looks like that is do the with App store type icons. They have 3 additional files that come into play where as Native icons display only the icon image. App store icons have the original icon image plus these 3 files.

    Navigate to /Systen/Library/PrivateFrameworks/MobileIcons.framework.

    AppIconMask@2x~iphone.png
    AppIconOverlay@2x~iphone.png
    AppIconShadow@2x~iphone.png

    Keep all your icon image at 114x114 px, ALL AppStore icons are this size.

    Try just renaming this files by putting a 1 at the end of the file name so like

    AppIconShadow@2x~iphone1.png & respring. If you don't require these App icon files without your theme try creating transparent ones and place them in

    A Bundles folder called

    com.apple.mobileicons.framework

    If that doesn't work keep the 1 at the end of the name and the iOS simply won't be able to display due to it being renamed.

    Let me know if that works as I'm pretty sure that's what is...but without testing it I can only guess.

    Oh that grey shadow is

    WallpaperIconDockShadow@2x~iphone.png

    Rename if u like with the 1 at the end before .png then respring

    Located in /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app
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    where is the original com.apple.mobiletimer located from root not using winterboard so that i can see the original icons thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jato_BZ View Post
    I don't know! Ur theme is looking pretty good once again! Ok that looks like that is do the with App store type icons. They have 3 additional files that come into play where as Native icons display only the icon image. App store icons have the original icon image plus these 3 files.

    Navigate to /Systen/Library/PrivateFrameworks/MobileIcons.framework.

    AppIconMask@2x~iphone.png
    AppIconOverlay@2x~iphone.png
    AppIconShadow@2x~iphone.png

    Keep all your icon image at 114x114 px, ALL AppStore icons are this size.

    Try just renaming this files by putting a 1 at the end of the file name so like

    AppIconShadow@2x~iphone1.png & respring. If you don't require these App icon files without your theme try creating transparent ones and place them in

    A Bundles folder called

    com.apple.mobileicons.framework

    If that doesn't work keep the 1 at the end of the name and the iOS simply won't be able to display due to it being renamed.

    Let me know if that works as I'm pretty sure that's what is...but without testing it I can only guess.

    Oh that grey shadow is

    WallpaperIconDockShadow@2x~iphone.png

    Rename if u like with the 1 at the end before .png then respring

    Located in /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app
    tried both..but didn't work.

    UGH!!

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    I was helping MavM with the removal of the grey dock background. I sent him a new file that completely removed the background but no amount of resprings got it to change. I was able to replicate his issue and used FSWipeCache from the Cydia store and it allowed the background to be removed. The OS is keeping a cached copy in the cache folder and not allowing it to change until that cache is wiped out.

    Oh and the actual png for the dock is SBDockBG@2x~iphone.PNG
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dargonic View Post
    I was helping MavM with the removal of the grey dock background. I sent him a new file that completely removed the background but no amount of resprings got it to change. I was able to replicate his issue and used FSWipeCache from the Cydia store and it allowed the background to be removed. The OS is keeping a cached copy in the cache folder and not allowing it to change until that cache is wiped out.

    Oh and the actual png for the dock is SBDockBG@2x~iphone.PNG
    Thanks for replying Dargonic.

    What file did you send him? and where should I place this new file before I clean my cache?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dargonic View Post
    I was helping MavM with the removal of the grey dock background. I sent him a new file that completely removed the background but no amount of resprings got it to change. I was able to replicate his issue and used FSWipeCache from the Cydia store and it allowed the background to be removed. The OS is keeping a cached copy in the cache folder and not allowing it to change until that cache is wiped out.

    Oh and the actual png for the dock is SBDockBG@2x~iphone.PNG
    why not just use "Transparent Dock" its in winterboard as a default item to install, its a shortcut png so dont think you can write over it, if you deleted it and need it back just reinstall winterboard and nothing will get deleted when you do

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenderRodriguez View Post
    why not just use "Transparent Dock" its in winterboard as a default item to install, its a shortcut png so dont think you can write over it, if you deleted it and need it back just reinstall winterboard and nothing will get deleted when you do
    I have been always using transparent dock in winterboard. But i still get that grey box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sofilious View Post
    tried both..but didn't work.

    UGH!!
    Are you manual theming?

    I got it to work as attached renaming the 3 files as described via WB

    iOS6x Theme GUIDE-imageuploadedbymodmyi1360813715.891034.jpg

    Sorry are you talking about the shadows behind the docked icons?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jato_BZ View Post
    Are you manual theming?

    I got it to work as attached renaming the 3 files as described.

    Attachment 621854

    Sorry are you talking about the shadows behind the docked icons?
    hmmm...i am not. I'm doing this via winterboard.

    so, /Systen/Library/PrivateFrameworks/MobileIcons.framework.

    AppIconMask@2x~iphone.png
    AppIconOverlay@2x~iphone.png
    AppIconShadow@2x~iphone.png

    rename it all with a 1 at the end...

    lemme try again.

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    I tried...not working for me
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    edit
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    Quote Originally Posted by BenderRodriguez View Post
    if your using an iPhone 5 you need to change the @2x to @3x thats probably the issue
    i am using an iPhone 5. I tried changing WB transparent dock SBDockBG@2x~iphone.PNG to 3x. but that didn't work either

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    Quote Originally Posted by sofilious View Post
    hmmm...i am not. I'm doing this via winterboard.

    so, /Systen/Library/PrivateFrameworks/MobileIcons.framework.

    AppIconMask@2x~iphone.png
    AppIconOverlay@2x~iphone.png
    AppIconShadow@2x~iphone.png

    rename it all with a 1 at the end...

    lemme try again.

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    I tried...not working for me
    No it's not working on iOS6. Im sorry I can't help. iOS 5 renaming those files gets rid of the blak BG. I tried clearing the Iconcache but that didnt sort it either ... :-o
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    Quote Originally Posted by sofilious View Post
    i am using an iPhone 5. I tried changing WB transparent dock SBDockBG@2x~iphone.PNG to 3x. but that didn't work either
    its a shortcut item, its blue in file, u might have to use i file to make the name change, did you sue ifile or an ssh client?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenderRodriguez View Post
    Attachment 621819Attachment 621820

    I have been trying to find these since iOS5 any help would be appreciated, I think they are all in UIImages
    I realize some of the arrows are pointing to the same thing perhaps but im not certain

    Thanks yall in advance


    I am more concerned with the backgrounds but
    The bottom bar I have themed, the issue is that I want to change it but I don't remember the name of the bar or when the button tab is pressed

    most of them start with the name of UITimer...@2x.png

    I am using an iPhone 4s on 6.1.1
    Ok, I think I found them.

    \var\stash\Applications\MobileTimer.app

    There used to be a bunch of separate parts, but now it looks like the default-clock png's have simplified it.

    Nope, just tested it and it doesn't work. I'll keep looking!
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    if you do redo it using ifile make sure to reinstall winterboard first

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenderRodriguez View Post
    its a shortcut item, its blue in file, u might have to use i file to make the name change, did you sue ifile or an ssh client?
    i am using iphonebroswer. I have been renaming files w/o any problems with it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jato_BZ View Post
    No it's not working on iOS6. Im sorry I can't help. iOS 5 renaming those files gets rid of the blak BG. I tried clearing the Iconcache but that didnt sort it either ... :-o
    Maybe that's why! I guess i'll live with it!

    Much thanks for helping me Jato!!! <3

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    Quote Originally Posted by sofilious View Post
    I'm doing this via winterboard.

    so, /Systen/Library/PrivateFrameworks/MobileIcons.framework.

    AppIconMask@2x~iphone.png
    AppIconOverlay@2x~iphone.png
    AppIconShadow@2x~iphone.png
    **************
    I tried...not working for me
    I totally forgot something, try taking off @2x~iphone
    For some reason when Winterboard still sees this image in UIImages it replaces the original one
    ex. change AppIconShadow@2x~iphone.png TO AppIconShadow.png
    PS. its no longer declared as an HD image on the iphone so save the original because you will have to change the height and width unless its a transparent image

    Winterboard has a precedence clause:
    1. @2x~iphone.png/@2x~ipad.png images (Winterboard)
    2. @2x.png images (Winterboard)
    3. .png images (Winterboard)

    4. Original @2x~iphone.png/@2x~ipad.png
    5. Original @2x.png
    6. Original .png images

    the issue is that since its an iphone 5 and its an @3x.png image which winterboard looks like doesnt know yet so use .png only


    BUMP

    where is the original com.apple.mobiletimer located from root not using winterboard so that i can see the original icons thanks

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    Hello =)

    Can someone help me to find some pngs?



    I need to modify the 2 with red arrow...

    Also, this one is making me crazy...




    IIt appears to be the same as the last in 5.1.1 (appears in SpringBoard.app) but doesn't work!! Someone succeeded to fix it?
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