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Can anyone help me with this? I have the icon. What is the bundle name for the theme? I can't find it. I've tired AppInfo, IconTheif, PreferencesLoaders Preferences I get...
09-19-2012, 10:11 PM #1Theme Zephyr Preferences icon?
Can anyone help me with this? I have the icon. What is the bundle name for the theme? I can't find it.
I've tired AppInfo, IconTheif, PreferencesLoaders
I get the original .png, but I need to theme it? How do i theme a preference icon with no bundle?
I'm so frustrated. PreferencesFolder can't hide the icon either. So I'm in trouble.
09-21-2012, 04:47 AM #2
Ok I don't have this tweak but, the Barrel tweak maybe similar in hierarchy.
Personally I go to /var/lib/dpkg/info and then locate the relevant "list" file that rates to the tweak. Sometimes the Dev hasn't made it simple to identify so just open ones up if it isn't easily identified.
If you open the correct "info.plist" in iFile it shows all the directories the tweak is installed in, including the "info.plist"
Barrel's "info.plist" file is located in /Library/PreferenceBundles/
I'm fairly confident Zephyr will operate via a Bundle / Info.plist method.
If that doesn't work search "info.plist" in iFile and try to narrow your search down by searching where it could be.Twitter ID: @Jato_BZ
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09-26-2012, 10:19 PM #3
I can't bundle it... :C
10-20-2012, 05:51 PM #4
You need to create an Info.plist in
/Library/PreferenceLoader/Preferences and make a string in the Info.plist that's CFBundleIdentifier then use a bundle name of your choice I use com.Preferences.Settings the icons are named [email protected]. Then just make a folder named the same put in your themes Bundles folder with the [email protected] icons and you should be good to go.
10-26-2012, 09:17 PM #5
Tried it. Yes, it works, but it'd be the same as replacing the original icon.