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    ^^^Ive been modding these myself too. Dam masked files again. I plan to update the OP with LS slider & shine pngs. Apple have really changed things up here with ios7 the deeper & deeper we go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jato_BZ View Post
    That I believe is controlled by this header file

    SBDockView.h

    Extracted it to find this

    /*
    * Generated by class-dump 3.1.2.
    *
    * class-dump is Copyright (C) 1997-1998, 2000-2001, 2004-2007 by Steve Nygard.
    */

    #import "_ABAddressBookCopyLocalizedLabel.h"

    #import "SBWallpaperObserver-Protocol.h"

    @class SBDockIconListView, SBHighlightView, SBWallpaperEffectView, UIImageView, _UILegibilitySettings;

    @interface SBDockView : _ABAddressBookCopyLocalizedLabel <SBWallpaperObserver>
    {
    SBDockIconListView *_iconListView;
    SBHighlightView *_highlightView;
    SBWallpaperEffectView *_backgroundView;
    UIImageView *_backgroundImageView;
    BOOL _accessibilityIncreaseContrastEnabled;
    _UILegibilitySettings *_legibilitySettings;
    }

    + (float)defaultHeight;
    - (id)legibilitySettings;
    - (void)wallpaperDidChangeForVariantint)fp8;
    - (void)_backgroundContrastDidChangeid)fp8;
    - (id)_newBackgroundImage;
    - (void)setVerticalBackgroundStretchfloat)fp8;
    - (void)setBackgroundAlphafloat)fp8;
    - (float)heightForOrientationint)fp8;
    - (void)layoutSubviews;
    - (void)setLegibilitySettingsid)fp8;
    - (id)dockListView;
    - (void)dealloc;
    - (id)initWithDockListViewid)fp8 forSnapshotBOOL)fp12;

    @end

    Does that help anyone?

    My gut feeling to kill the Dock effect may require a JB tweak to override the code.

    Thoughts?
    Just a guess, but that seems to be related to the TransparentDock tweak from Jon889, which is a mobile substrate extension, TransparentDock.dylib.
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    Any luck finding badges? I will look myself also, but wasn't sure if they were already found. TIA

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    In case anybody is interested in iOS7 Weather App, which is a complete new thing.
    Here is the link to all images I have found, plus all the .caml files for the weather animations.
    https://www.mediafire.com/?19hc3b6fcjx03sh
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    Quote Originally Posted by s22lane View Post
    Any luck finding badges? I will look myself also, but wasn't sure if they were already found. TIA
    [email protected] = 48 x 48 px

    It found in:

    System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app

    It's also the bg for the close/remove button and it's only a mask, so no colour themeing; damn you Apple

    Edit: the close box X seen as it's now apart of it:

    [email protected] = 44 x 44 px

    Same location as above
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    Quote Originally Posted by rasputin007 View Post
    In case anybody is interested in iOS7 Weather App, which is a complete new thing.
    Here is the link to all images I have found, plus all the .caml files for the weather animations.
    https://www.mediafire.com/?19hc3b6fcjx03sh
    So are the animations some kind of gif running? They're gorgeous compared to what we can make with JavaScript WebKit.. in my opinion. How are they accomplished in iOS 7 weather.app?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewdestinyX View Post
    So are the animations some kind of gif running? They're gorgeous compared to what we can make with JavaScript WebKit.. in my opinion. How are they accomplished in iOS 7 weather.app?
    Look at the code in post 110 page 6. That is your weather animation. Complete new system (certainly for me), no webkit, javascript or gifs. LOL
    The animation code is in the .caml files.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rasputin007 View Post
    Look at the code in post 110 page 6. That is your weather animation. Complete new system (certainly for me), no webkit, javascript or gifs. LOL
    The animation code is in the .caml files.
    I'll read up, Ras, but the important thing is "we" will be able to use this new code in our own animated weather widgets? Yes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewdestinyX View Post
    I'll read up, Ras, but the important thing is "we" will be able to use this new code in our own animated weather widgets? Yes?
    Yes.
    It is just a question of
    1.) to figure out how this code works &
    2.) find a way to run our own animation code.
    Both conditions need to be fulfilled.
    It would be pointless to spend month on trying to get to understand how this code works and how to write your own, only to find out that Winterboard does not support running this code.
    Best example for a situation like this was so far the geolocation javascript. It did not worked in Winterboard html or widgets/iWidgets html, but worked in webclip html and cydget html.
    Guessing how Apple works, I would think that this animation code is not to far from objective-c. That certainly would be good news for cydget and the lockscreen, but less good for winterboard and widgets/iwidgets/springboard use.
    I don't know!
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    Just FYI, iFile was just updated for iOS 7!

    Check out WW3 for iOS 9/10 - Widget-Weather 3.0

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    Quote Originally Posted by rasputin007 View Post
    Yes.
    It is just a question of
    1.) to figure out how this code works &
    2.) find a way to run our own animation code.
    Both conditions need to be fulfilled.
    It would be pointless to spend month on trying to get to understand how this code works and how to write your own, only to find out that Winterboard does not support running this code.
    Best example for a situation like this was so far the geolocation javascript. It did not worked in Winterboard html or widgets/iWidgets html, but worked in webclip html and cydget html.
    Guessing how Apple works, I would think that this animation code is not to far from objective-c. That certainly would be good news for cydget and the lockscreen, but less good for winterboard and widgets/iwidgets/springboard use.
    I don't know!
    it looks exactly like they said, it's layers on layers
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsg View Post
    [email protected] = 48 x 48 px

    It found in:

    System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app

    It's also the bg for the close/remove button and it's only a mask, so no colour themeing; damn you Apple

    Edit: the close box X seen as it's now apart of it:

    [email protected] = 44 x 44 px

    Same location as above
    I found that too....but it's not red like it is on Springboard, or is the color controlled thru plist?

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    it's controlled via code, I don't think it's in a .plist
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsg View Post
    it looks exactly like they said, it's layers on layers
    Like "who" said? And where did they say it? I'd like to read up on the topic.

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    sorry not just the weather, but how Jony Ive described how he designed iOS 7 in general

    Edit: Maybe it wasn't Jony Ive, Ah well I'm sure I heard/read it somewhere.

    Looking at the code in post 110 page 6 it say things like:

    </CAEmitterLayer>
    </sublayers>
    </CALayer>

    It just brought it back to mind

    Edit: it was a pointless post, Sorry everybody
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsg View Post
    it's controlled via code, I don't think it's in a .plist
    Changing the .png won't change it on the SpringBoard then, right?

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    you can change the shape, but not the colour
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    Quote Originally Posted by s22lane View Post
    Changing the .png won't change it on the SpringBoard then, right?
    Like dsg said & ill reinforce this myself, iOS7 is very big on masks & code. Gone are the days of swapping out detailed pngs to theme the ios. iOS7 is full of masked images with the colour handled by code. There's also the Lockscreen battery, status bar battery & looking at the UIKit artwork status bar icons they are the same too. They toggle dynamically dependant on the BG like how the Lockclock font does.The status bar icons are black, there are no white versions.

    Masks & code = coded masks
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    CCenter toggles are built the same way to, sadly in terms of theming.
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Carvensno View Post
    Could there be any reasons to why iFunbox is not overwriting files? Never had this issue before, even trying to delete files. Just tried to delete a file and doesn't delete the file.

    I have a 5S running 7.0.4 Jailbroken. I have tried this on both a Win-7 computer and my Hackintosh running Mavericks.

    Update, got a icon to copy over working iHeart Radio, Attachment 650445 Has transparent background, but is showing up on my phone with a black background.
    Quote Originally Posted by Alfroggy View Post
    Black background is caused by the [email protected]~iphone.png in /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/MobileIcons.framework/

    After backing the original up, in iFile (I only use this), create a new file named [email protected]~iphone and give it a .png file extension. Give it 'Regular File' properties and root and wheel permissions.

    Clear caches before a respring and there you go.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jato_BZ View Post
    Like dsg said & ill reinforce this myself, iOS7 is very big on masks & code. Gone are the days of swapping out detailed pngs to theme the ios. iOS7 is full of masked images with the colour handled by code. There's also the Lockscreen battery, status bar battery & looking at the UIKit artwork status bar icons they are the same too. They toggle dynamically dependant on the BG like how the Lockclock font does.The status bar icons are black, there are no white versions.

    Masks & code = coded masks
    Is this why when I made a transparent "[email protected]~iphone.png" to replace the original, all my icons became transparent/invisible. Trying to make it so my new icons have a clear background example "iHeart Radio" as above. Just want to see the heart. Kinda like what MammaJay and Chevy have done on their phones shown via Twitter. Would like to achieve total clear though, not frosted. If possible? LOL Sounds like Apple wasn't kidding when they said they totally revamped from the inside out.
    Last edited by Carvensno; 2013-12-30 at 07:37 PM.

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