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Hey guys, I have this application called Tango (video call, kinda like facetime), I am trying to theme it tru winterboard, I have created a folder inside Themes.6pD9cY then I
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    Default Theming an application won't work
    Hey guys, I have this application called Tango (video call, kinda like facetime), I am trying to theme it tru winterboard, I have created a folder inside Themes.6pD9cY then I created Bundles folder and then a folder with the bundle identifier which is supposed to be com.sgiggle.Tango according to the app plist, but nothing is working, I wonder what I am doing wrong, I need some help lol.
    Now I though the .png, .wav and .caf files I created were bad, or oversized but I replaced the original files withing the app and they worked perfect, but I want it to work with winterboard.
    Thanks in advance guys.
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    Anyone? lol, haven't find anything about it
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    That's a good question. I thought maybe you make a folder like this:

    your theme/Folders/[program name].app

    But I just tried it and it doesn't work. At least, not with iFile

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jahooba View Post
    That's a good question. I thought maybe you make a folder like this:

    your theme/Folders/[program name].app

    But I just tried it and it doesn't work. At least, not with iFile
    Yeap I tried that and it didn't work either, you think maybe the Tango.app is breaking somehow winterboard?
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    i use the old fashioned way of adding a theme to my icons and they work fine so far (up to 4.2.1

    1. apply the icons theme using photoshop etc.
    2. find out the name of the app folder, where the app icon is located. you can use SBSettings "App Folder" function to locate the app folder. locate the app folder using WInSSH, cyberduck, ifile etc. and copy it exactly (including capitols). rename the icon with the name of the app.
    3. in the root directory of your theme, make a folder called "Icons" and place the icon in there.
    4. in winterboard, make sure that your theme is set to the top and re-spring.

    the above works for my theme...give it a go.

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