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Thread: Easiest Way for Landscape StatusBar on 3.0+

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    Default Easiest Way for Landscape StatusBar on 3.0+
    i couldnt find it posted anywhere in the forum if i missed it please delete this

    -Just take the attached file and place it in System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app?English.lproj
    -and when you want to turn it on just get rid of the _off at the end of the file
    -and wen u want to turn it off just add something at the end of the name

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    What is this all about??? please explain

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    Was posted here somewhere before, but anyway lol.
    Thanks for the info, I guess.

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    Alright, I'm trying to do this on 3.1.2 but incorporate it into a theme, and I made this path
    /THEMENAME/Folders/SpringBoard.app/English.lproj/InfoPlist.strings
    and put the file above in place of the InfoPlist.strings but it didn't turn my status bar sideways.....any ideas?
    I know this thread is kinda old....
    Last edited by wannabprogramma; 2009-12-13 at 07:36 PM. Reason: Stupidity
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    I'm on 3.1.2 as well and Iím trying something similar but I donít want to put the InfoPlist.strings file in the System/Library/CoreServices/Springboard.app/English.Iproj folder since I donít want the status bar on the right no matter what theme I apply. I want it on the right with my theme, but when I apply a none-landscape theme, I want it to sit at the top where it is supposed to be.

    How is this done? Iíve tried working with the InfoPlist.strings file and with a Info.plist file but I canít seem to figure out what/where/howÖ

    Anybody any idea?

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    - Little_Ghost

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    i think the idea is that you put the file where he said you should then if you don;'t want it landscape anymore then you have to go to where the file was put and edit the plist adding the _off to the end of the string

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    Probably, but that's not what I am trying to accomplish.
    What I'm trying tot do is integrate the landscape status bar with a theme, so that if you where to switch themes within winterboard the status bar also changes... iow switching themes -> switching landscape/portrait status bar also changes position without a PC (or some sort of filemagaer on the device).

    - Little_Ghost

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    iFile would let you change the name to off or delete the plist whenever you wanted from your iPhone, but you would have to do both steps (disable theme and add off to end of name) it's on Cydia and works great...like ssh but on your phone..
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