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  1. #1241
    you can turn off the lock sound in the settings app
    Last edited by dsg; 2014-02-17 at 04:59 AM.
    privacy isn't about having something to hide, another view here

    look here all grammar police, indulge me.

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    Settings icon update:
    Still working on it. Been working with Match_stic...
    After dumping the "Preferences" binary from the Preferences app "PrefsListController.h" was found. We've been hunting for NSDictionary & today Match_stic hooked it via that Pref.h file with a specific .deb hooking it.
    The names & icon count match up as thought...

    ImageUploadedByModMyi1392626973.556122.jpg

    Edit: Unfortunately the offsets displayed are memory offsets & not the actual offsets into the [email protected] file.
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  5. #1243
    Quote Originally Posted by Jato_BZ View Post
    Nice progress I believe, thank you for your dedication to this.

    My POV there : "Newsstand-en" might be language-specific. Other languages' files may point to "Newsstand-int"...
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    ^^^Agreed Alex.
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  9. #1245
    Quote Originally Posted by Jato_BZ View Post
    Settings icon update:
    Still working on it. Been working with Match_stic...
    After dumping the "Preferences" binary from the Preferences app "PrefsListController.h" was found. We've been hunting for NSDictionary & today Match_stic hooked it via that Pref.h file with a specific .deb hooking it.
    The names & icon count match up as thought...

    ImageUploadedByModMyi1392626973.556122.jpg
    wow thatx for this work bro, is it gona need a plist or something like that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by meth357 View Post
    wow thatx for this work bro, is it gona need a plist or something like that?
    Well worse case if Saurik doesn't provide support & we can extract it/recompile it is you will need the same approach as how we extracted .artwork files here.

    http://modmyi.com/forums/skinning-th...-tutorial.html

    but there is still plenty more work involved. If our approach is the only way to theme the icons it may require the icons to be strictly 58x58px as generally the iOS-artwork extractor tool uses the original .artwork file you are recompiling
    as a template to ensure all info is married to the new.artwork to ensure the iOS will use it correctly.
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  13. #1247
    Basically, if Jato_BZ/Matchstic's joint work succeeds in this code-cracking/building stuff, it's either Saurik picks up on their findings (requires him to have a satisfactory point of view of them), and implements it in WinterBoard, allowing to theme Settings icon the same way we've done it on prior iOS, or we'll have to recompile the icons in the original file format iOS ships them in - on a per-user basis, or with theme-makers' support. Community work seems the most probable in the second case, as theme builders won't usually bother.

    WinterBoard being open source, we can also see other developers adding to the collective effort, and bring new ideas for solutions.
    The theme in my posts is 3 4 All, by Sk37cH.

    The numerous versions released, and infinite versatility, beats IconOmatic mods. By quality.

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  15. #1248
    Quote Originally Posted by Jato_BZ View Post
    Settings icon update:
    Still working on it. Been working with Match_stic...
    After dumping the "Preferences" binary from the Preferences app "PrefsListController.h" was found. We've been hunting for NSDictionary & today Match_stic hooked it via that Pref.h file with a specific .deb hooking it.
    The names & icon count match up as thought...

    ImageUploadedByModMyi1392626973.556122.jpg

    Edit: Unfortunately the offsets displayed are memory offsets & not the actual offsets into the [email protected]k file.

    Oh man, there they are - so close yet so far away! Such a tease!

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  17. #1249
    Quote Originally Posted by kenzodragon View Post
    Don't know if anyone found a solution for CalendarIconDayStyle inside the Info.plist
    I see a lot of themes using the default color and position, like they're not changeable. Just found a solution for this thanks to Onrain.

    By using the auto value for width and height, it is not being overridden by the default values.

    Code:
    <key>CalendarIconDayStyle</key>
    <string>
    position: absolute;
    top: 8px;
    width: auto;
    height: auto;
    color: #c900ff;
    font-size: 9px;
    font-weight: lighter;
    text-align: center;
    text-shadow: 0px 0px 0px rgba(255, 255, 255, 0);
    </string>
    Location??

  18. #1250
    Quote Originally Posted by gumuskurt65 View Post
    Location??
    It's a plist that goes in the root of your theme folder. I believe you can create a txt file with those lines in it, then rename it as Info.plist

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  20. #1251
    Quote Originally Posted by Jahooba View Post
    It's a plist that goes in the root of your theme folder. I believe you can create a txt file with those lines in it, then rename it as Info.plist
    Don't forget the header

    Code:
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
    <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
    	<plist version="1.0">
    		<dict>
    			(... all the stuff you want in here)
    		</dict>
    	</plist>

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  22. #1252
    ControlCenter UI png??

  23. #1253
    Quote Originally Posted by gumuskurt65 View Post
    ControlCenter UI png??
    System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/SpringBoardUI.framework

    You should probably ask questions in full sentences so we know what you're asking.

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  25. #1254
    Quote Originally Posted by Jahooba View Post
    You should probably ask questions in full sentences so we know what you're asking.
    ^ this ! Politeness.
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  27. #1255
    Quote Originally Posted by Jahooba View Post
    System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/SpringBoardUI.framework

    You should probably ask questions in full sentences so we know what you're asking.
    I want to change the color file.

  28. #1256
    Quote Originally Posted by gumuskurt65 View Post
    I want to change the color file.
    Unless you find yourself a tweak in Cydia taking this feature in charge, you won't be able to mod colour there by editing system files. Not feasible, nor with WinterBoard.
    The theme in my posts is 3 4 All, by Sk37cH.

    The numerous versions released, and infinite versatility, beats IconOmatic mods. By quality.

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  30. #1257
    Quote Originally Posted by gumuskurt65 View Post
    I want to change the color file.
    I'm still not sure what you mean. If you mean the window color look into a mod called Fancy on Cydia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jahooba View Post
    Oh man, there they are - so close yet so far away! Such a tease!
    Agreed, progress is progress. I'm hoping we can crack it for the sake of my sanity & Match_Stic's plus for the greater good of the iComm :-)
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    Settings icon update:
    Well after posting last nite's pic of the offsets this was found to be useless.
    Back to the drawing board, unfortunately we are now heading down the track of bits & bytes.
    So I fired up the Hex Editor and did a window by window comparison
    Left to Right
    [email protected]k file, [email protected]k file, [email protected]~iphone.artwork file(LEGACY) & [email protected]k file (MODERN)

    -artwork-files.png

    The odd one out in my opinion is the "[email protected] (iOS6) file or "modern.artwork" type as Dave referred to.
    Modern .artwork files contain a header within the .artwork file with all the metadata describing the individual names/icons/offset/sizes.
    Modern .artwork files also stop and start images from one bit (binary digit) to the next, there's no "null" spacing or "padding" essentially contiguous

    Legacy .artwork files (mainly iOS5 & below but includes SIRI iOS6) are quite different, ive gone into depth about what's required with them e.g JSON file but even the Legacy.artwork file itself looks quite different in the Hex editor.
    You can clearly see in the Hex Editor where the image starts and stops and then the massive amounts of "null" padding before the next image pixel data starts. I verified this with Dave's legacy.json files that shipped with his iOS-artwork extractor tool.

    Where does this leave the iconCache file? At a guess a hybrid of the two types identified by Dave Peck & built on the foundations of both. I firmly believe there is no "header" file like what is contained in the modern.artwork file and it definitely IS NOT a contiguous type of .artwork file PLUS it contains a "Binary plist" (bplist) - no other .artwork files contain "bplists"

    What i found looking at the iOS6_iconCache file further, from the start of the file 0 bytes thru to 523,378 bytes

    Null = padding(No Data)

    0-16 bytes = Null (16 bytes)
    16-216 bytes = Data (200 bytes) [1]
    216-268 bytes = Null (52 bytes)
    268-476 bytes = Data (208 bytes) [2]
    476-520 bytes = Null (44 bytes)
    520-736 bytes = Data (216 bytes) [3]
    736-772 bytes = Null (36 bytes)
    772-996 bytes = Data (224 bytes) [4]
    996-1024 bytes = Null (28 bytes)
    1024-1256 bytes = Data (232 bytes) [5]
    1256-1280 bytes = Null (24 bytes)
    1280-1512 bytes = Data (232 bytes) [6]
    1512-1536 bytes = Null (24 bytes)

    You can see a pattern occurring here, it takes 5 blocks of data to stay at the 232 bytes of data and 24 bytes of Null padding.
    Once thats reached it stays like this ALMOST all the way to the perceived ending of image one(14808 bytes into the iconCache artwork file).
    Where the image is about to end in pixel data it follows the start of the data/null pattern mentioned above but in reverse until it hits a NULL section of 1592 bytes and then the process restarts. Assuming this is the start of image 2, but this is VERY different to firstly Legacy.artwork files and bears no resemblance to a modern.artwork in my opinion.

    So what now? there's two options i believe, try and pull out isolated bytes for further analysis which we are attempting at the moment OR
    go the Legacy.artwork method to retrieve the "metadata" Dave spoke about. That process is very low level and ULTRA hard, it requires targeting the binary file that ships with Xcode in the same directory as the .artwork you are targeting.

    But there is a catch...

    One glimmer of hope I see is that Dave didnt think the [email protected]k was a modern.artwork file and thought it was more along the lines of a legacy.artwork file BUT Dave never could isolate the required binary (he specifically used the Xcode binary to build the JSON file needed). There is a "Preferences" binary but it only ships with our handsets (Preferences app) so Dave never actually had perhaps a crucial piece of the puzzle.

    Will let you know how we get on! hoping we can crack it! #FingersCrossed #NotGivingUP
    Last edited by Jato_BZ; 2014-02-18 at 10:35 AM.
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  36. #1260
    Thanks for your hard work, to you both.
    The theme in my posts is 3 4 All, by Sk37cH.

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