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I've made some simple Bluetooth icons, they look much better than that stock squiggly line. Just upload them too: /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app/ Download it and copy it, then rename one to FSO_Bluetooth.png
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    Default Bluetooth Icons
    I've made some simple Bluetooth icons, they look much better than that stock squiggly line.
    Just upload them too:
    /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app/

    Download it and copy it, then rename one to FSO_Bluetooth.png
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    Last edited by ShiveR; 07-19-2007 at 12:53 AM.

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    I agree, thanks, looks good!
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    I definetely like that one, but we need 4 new ones. I noticed last night when pairing it with my Benz bluetooth, that basically when its on (the iPhone bluetooth) and not paired/connected to a device, on the home screen its a grey squiggly bluetooth icon. When it connects or pairs to a device then it turns into the same thing but black icon. Yea barely noticeable. Instead it should be the standard where when it connects to a device its usually the squiggly icon with a cross or something in it, i forget how to explain it but it tells you its paired, instead of trying to figure out if the icon is grey or black. On white backgrounds, its grey when not connected, and blue when it is.

    Dixit


    This is another one that shows when its paired.

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    Last edited by bigdogjonx; 07-31-2007 at 09:33 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    Hi,
    I've attached my version of the bluetooth icons.
    I think mine looks cleaner and more vibrant both in dark and light background colors of the status bar.

    Rename files to:
    Default_Bluetooth.png and FSO_Bluetooth
    Default_BluetoothActive.png and FSO_BluetoothActive.png
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    Quote Originally Posted by fisherg View Post
    Hi,
    I've attached my version of the bluetooth icons.
    I think mine looks cleaner and more vibrant both in dark and light background colors of the status bar.

    Rename files to:
    Default_Bluetooth.png and FSO_Bluetooth
    Default_BluetoothActive.png and FSO_BluetoothActive.png
    Fixed 'em for ya.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RuBBa_cHiKiN View Post
    Fixed 'em for ya.
    Did they need fixing?
    i don't see your version of these.

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    What does FSO stand for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChaos View Post
    What does FSO stand for?
    Its the icons on the springboard. The ones named with "Default" are the icons that show when your in an app and stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by fisherg View Post
    Did they need fixing?
    i don't see your version of these.
    I made it so it actually fits into the status bar. I also made it so that instead of it being default for active and red for inactive, I used the apple scheme by making it so that while in inactive mode, the icon is grayed out. On the home screen, the icon is at 50% transparency, and 0% transparency when in the status bar while an app is open. Then once bluetooth is active, eg a headset or something, it switches to full blue icon, 0% transparency on both sets. However I'm gonna test out the transparent inactive version in the open-app status bar and see if it looks any better than what I have right now. I'll throw it on Cydia for easier access.

    Also, as for the images not working, they work fine for me, and I'm running Safari 4 on Vista.

    UPDATE: Apparently, the transparent inactive version looks the same as the opaque inactive version in the open-app statusbar (the gray OS-X one) so changing it would be redundant.
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