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    Default How do I edit system strings, within a theme ?
    I've made a theme, that makes the main slider and slider background transparent on lock screen. I can't figure out how to get rid of "slide to unlock" within theme. I can edit that system string manually, but how can I have it where the theme does it for me ? Any help would be great.
    Thanks.

    Nevermind, I sent Saurik an email.
    He told me how to do it ..............
    Last edited by 24trepid; 09-19-2008 at 06:34 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    That would be sweet! I hate the way that screen handles the wallpaper

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    @24trepid

    can you share how to change the "slike to unlock" text withing a theme. Plz.

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    can you please tell us the directions on how to do this I've been womdering how to do this for a while

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    for real or tell us what theme does this?

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    Here's what Saurik sent me .........


    Look at Saurik.theme: there's a file in Folders/SpringBoard.app/en.lproj/ that sets the slide to unlock text. Put that same file into your theme and make the string "". -J

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    do you know whats the best way to view and edit that file.

    I tried notepad, and it doesnt seem to work

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    Open up the SpringBoard.strings file with WordPad. Edit what you want and hit Save.


    Quote Originally Posted by xion View Post
    do you know whats the best way to view and edit that file.

    I tried notepad, and it doesnt seem to work

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    Finally!!! lol thx guyz worked great and very painless too

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