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    Default Question about the new update for winterboard.
    I updated my winterboard yesterday and now none of my themes are working. Is there anyone else that is having the same issue? If so do you know how to fix?

    never mind. somehow it was showing I still had the themes, but they were really gone. Redownloaded and it works fine.
    Last edited by owensdus; 07-10-2009 at 11:58 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    is this winterboard update for the keyboard of 3.0

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    Quote Originally Posted by solidsnake View Post
    is this winterboard update for the keyboard of 3.0
    Bro, this thread was from a month ago..

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    I updated to 3.0.1 and now my Winterboard theme I was using, isn't working anymore. But other themes work. I tried downloading and WinSCP'ing it.

    Any input?

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    Where are you putting your themes?

    Connect via SSH and check the following:

    \root\Library\ - Is there a folder here called Themes or just a file (I believe this is just a metalink to another folder? someone correct me if I'm wrong in this understanding)

    If there is a link there (should just be called Themes and have no extension) try renaming it or deleting it and create a folder called Themes.

    Upload your theme folders to this directory and try reinstalling WinterBoard.

    I prefer this location since TotalCommander usually populates me to root and it's vaster than going through the few more folders to get to the Themes dir.

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