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    Default Can I Override Icon Mask
    All of the themes use an icon mask to get the desired effect for all icons. These work on all App Store apps!

    I would like to be able to override the icon mask for an individual app. I know you can make the icons blank, but I would like to make them semi transparent. I can't do this because of the Masks.

    So, How can I override the icon mask on individual App Store apps?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!!!!!

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    you can just make the icon how you want it in photoshop then save it in your icons folder in your theme

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    make a folder for the app in the bundles folder of your theme and put the icon in that folder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackim View Post
    you can just make the icon how you want it in photoshop then save it in your icons folder in your theme
    Quote Originally Posted by bryberg View Post
    make a folder for the app in the bundles folder of your theme and put the icon in that folder.
    I've done this but the mask is still applied!!!!! I cannot make a transparent icon!

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    Which OS are you running? I just started having the same problem as you after I updated to 4.2.1. I am wondering if it has something to do with the new firmware.

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    I'm still on 4.1.

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