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Thread: how do delete column/row from general settings menu?

  1. #1
    Default how do delete column/row from general settings menu?
    i was wondering whether or not it was possible to remove/delete a column/row from the general settings screen?

    if you notice the enclosed screenshot, i have an empty column/row i'd like to eliminate.

    is this something i can eliminate simply by editing a string?

    thanks in advance.
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    Last edited by Josh55102; 2010-10-04 at 12:00 AM.

  2. #2
    See next post

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    Yea, you got a coding error, totally fixable


    Or theme/Folder/Preferences/Settings-iPhone.plist

    Mine is a 3GS iPhone
    See attached
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    Yes see last post and the pic in this post, now you can see a little of the file structure
    Basically your calling a directory that doesn't exist

    first duplicate the file that you are fixing then slowly remove code

    to quickly test the code simply go to the homescreen and close Settings from the multitasking menu and then open Settings to see effect, no need to respring

    please don't hesitate to post problems

    I myself have totally redone my Settings menu and moved stuff like Brightness to the main area and moved stuff like Mail, Phone, Safari, Message into another directory called Apples Apps, if you'd like to do this ask I'll send u the code
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    yes, please send me the code. like to check it out. thanks, josh

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    correct location is

    for a theme
    place the file in the theme
    inside Folders

    3GS See attached

    changed the file extensions from txt to plist
    sry the site didn't like plist

    plist MOD is my own creation, if you want more options try it out, Apples apps is apart of it so include it in the same location and your good, obviously you will have to take the word MOD off

    the one that says Settings-iPhone.plist is the original for 4.0.1 iphone 3gs
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    Last edited by BenderRodriguez; 2010-10-04 at 05:59 AM. Reason: Attached code

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    Josh55102 (2010-10-04)

  8. #7

    to see the answer read the above post

  9. #8
    thanks for the codes. i really appreciate it. i like the mod txt... i'd like to change 2 things about it though if i could..

    could you tell me specifically which strings i'd need to edit in order to get rid of the column/row for apples apps and airplane mode?

    again, thanks for the help.


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