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    Default Mismatch themes?
    I currently have the iElegance theme, I like it a lot but I would like to just change the springboard theme to the illumine one. Which files would I need to change through SSH?

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    Why not just turn it off in Winterboard?
    But, you could just remove everything associated with it and then respring. SSH in your new theme.

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    I want to keep the other stuff associated with it like the dialer and the text message backgrounds. I just want a different springboard look.

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    you should SSH in and then copy the theme to your desktop, then you can pick and choose what you want to keep and then add/replace them in your new theme.

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    Sounds like a good idea. Do you have any ideas on which folders contain the homescreen themes?

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    once you save it to your desktop you can open all the folders and see what's in there you want to keep.Easy, you'll see.
    Not sure what you mean by homescreen themes, Wallpaper?

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    By homescreen I guess I mean everything on the springboard(dock, icons, wallpaper) I guess just those items.

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    As I said, once you have it on your desktop it will make sense, Wallpaper and dock just go into the theme root folder, icons go in the icon folder stc.

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    surprisingly the Illumine theme gives options in winterboard to activate certain things. Thanks for the help!

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    it also has icon masks and overlays that automatically turn every stock icon into a theme icon, look in UIImages and you will s.ee

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    cool thanks for the help. I have another issue. I'm using the Lockscreen Info and for some reason the battery charging indicator doesn't show up. I'm talking about the one that lights up in the background when you plug the phone in.

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    did you remove the files for the battery? the images should be in "Your Theme Name" \Bundles\com.apple.springboard

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    I'm using a downloaded battery theme. I haven't touched the files. I tried moving them around in different orders in winterboard with no success.

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