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Thread: iOS4 Themes Truble

  1. #1
    Default iOS4 Themes Truble
    Evrytime i apply a theme this happends

    Some of the standard icons won't work, like clock, notes etc.. And look the dock is moved up.. :S Any idea on how to fix this?


  2. #2
    When i had Glasklart on the ios4 for a week or so, the dock icons did the same thing, i just installed the Glasklart dock and enabled it in Winterboard. And try getting iWipeCache from Cydia or Rock. AFTER your theme is enabled, open iWipeCache and it will "wipe" the standard icons and replace the ones that have replacements with the ones from the theme

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    iWipe Chache dosen't work! D:

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    that happened to me too ! but im not sure how i fixed it LOL

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    iwipecache worked for me with glasklart, let me see if i can find something else

  6. #6
    This happens because iOS4 has a different size dock than previous versions because of the popup menu. Forgot the exact name, but you see how the bottom of the docks icons have a reflective label? That's something to do with the size. I read somewhere there is a fix for it, but it requires some work. It involves the changing of PNG image size (specifically the dock.)

  7. #7
    Yeah, this is happening to me also, except NONE of my icons are themed.

  8. #8
    I seem to be having a similar issue... My icons are themed, but my dock is raised. I tried using iWipeCache, but after downloading it, nothing was changed, and I couldn't find the app [iWipeCache].

  9. #9
    I have a solution to your problem. The problem arises because the dock background is 90px tall which is much too large. I resized it to about 45px which works well, the file is attached. Put it in /private/var/stash/Themes.*random text*/Glasklart GUI.theme/Bundles/

    Note: Be careful how you save the attachment! It should not have lines through it.
    Right-click and hit Save As.

    The only problem I still have with the theme is the top of the lock screen is not completely transparent like it should be. I assume the name/location of this image has changed in iOS 4. Anyone have a fix?

    EDIT: Found the solution to the lock screen problem:
    Last edited by Cmain; 2010-08-05 at 08:40 AM.

  10. #10
    Is there an easy way for a non techie to fix this? Will the developers likely get around to fixing it?

  11. #11
    Thanks! That worked like a charm, I learned a lot, and I am so relieved to not have that happening any more!

  12. #12
    Default Another possible solution
    I had the same problem with the "double-high" dock, but only on my 3GS. Tried all of the above solutions; none worked.

    Solution: Go into Winterboard and disable "Transparent Dock" (if checked).

    Worked for me!

  13. #13
    Not trying to revive an old thread, (but I am). Came across this same issue with an iPhone 5 on 6.1. All I had to do was reduce the dock height by 15 pixels and all is good.

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