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    Quote Originally Posted by BootsBrown View Post
    no
    Yes you did

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  4. #923
    I see Foldericons has been updated! That's quite a big deal! Isn't it?

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  6. #924
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    BLAHHH!
    Can't break me- 😊
    Last edited by vXBaKeRXv; 2014-12-15 at 11:00 PM.

  7. #925
    Default iOS 8.x.x Theming Discussion!!!
    I have a request but probably discussed in the past. I wonder whether or not there is an update.

    I installed a theme with kind of glyph icons. I am not able to theme
    Activator
    App! Neither with bundles nor with Folders approach.

    Can someone provide a solution?

    TIA

    -imageuploadedbymodmyi1418673090.226017.jpg

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    Hi everyone,
    I am looking for a possibility to theme the statusbar icons with my own RGB colored icons like it was possible back in the ios6 days.
    Currently when I put icons, e.g. for wifi in UIImages I only get the white mask on the springboard.

    What I already found out is that when having a dark background and white icons, the RGB icons don't work and are only shown as a white mask. But when it is the opposite case, a white background with black icons (like in Cydia, iFile) the icon will be displayed in its original color. This also works in the stock white settings app and generally all apps that have a white status bar.
    When I turn on Eclipse II and it reverts the color to black in the apps (like settings) it will again only show the white mask but not the original RGB color of the icons.

    Installing Colorbar from cydia also proofs this, when I turn on a black foreground with the tweak and set the background to clear the RGB colors will be shown in springboard but then I got a black font instead of the desired white one.

    I hope someone can help me out with this - I want my fully colored status bar icons back!


    Thanks everyone!!!

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    ^I've submitted a tweak for this and waiting for approval. It only has specific colors, though...

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    @waytozion
    Here's my Activator folder and it themes fine! 8.1.1 - ip6+

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    Where is modmy app located?
    Are these images locate able-

    -imageuploadedbymodmyi1418686064.928722.jpg

  18. #932
    Default iOS 8.x.x Theming Discussion!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lobi_Earl View Post
    Hi everyone,
    I am looking for a possibility to theme the statusbar icons with my own RGB colored icons like it was possible back in the ios6 days.
    Currently when I put icons, e.g. for wifi in UIImages I only get the white mask on the springboard.

    What I already found out is that when having a dark background and white icons, the RGB icons don't work and are only shown as a white mask. But when it is the opposite case, a white background with black icons (like in Cydia, iFile) the icon will be displayed in its original color. This also works in the stock white settings app and generally all apps that have a white status bar.
    When I turn on Eclipse II and it reverts the color to black in the apps (like settings) it will again only show the white mask but not the original RGB color of the icons.

    Installing Colorbar from cydia also proofs this, when I turn on a black foreground with the tweak and set the background to clear the RGB colors will be shown in springboard but then I got a black font instead of the desired white one.

    I hope someone can help me out with this - I want my fully colored status bar icons back!


    Thanks everyone!!!

    Boots suggested Lockify pro 👍

    Only possible to "color" the items now.
    You need a tweak to get the SB status bar items to color.

    Someone could fix it pretty easy that knows how to code really good.

    First thing I hated when I moved to iOS 7
    Last edited by vXBaKeRXv; 2014-12-16 at 12:46 AM.

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    Default iOS 8.x.x Theming Discussion!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by vXBaKeRXv View Post
    Where is modmy app located?
    Are these images locate able-
    /var/mobile/Containers/Bundle/Application/

    Best to use iFile to locate the app - go to settings -> file manager and turn on Application names.

    Or you can get the tweak Icon Tool, swipe up from the modmyi app icon to immediately go into the folder in iFile.

    There's a lot of images in there.

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  22. #934
    Quote Originally Posted by pioneer88 View Post
    /var/mobile/Containers/Bundle/Application/

    Best to use iFile to locate the app - go to settings -> file manager and turn on Application names.

    Or you can get the tweak Icon Tool, swipe up from the modmyi app icon to immediately go into the folder in iFile.

    There's a lot of images in there.
    Thanks!
    Didn't know about any of that 👊

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  24. #935
    Default iOS 8.x.x Theming Discussion!!!
    Got it-
    The weird folder name..

    Attachment 688217
    Last edited by vXBaKeRXv; 2014-12-16 at 01:54 AM.

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  26. #936
    Does anyone know how to theme the icons inside Settings.app?
    For example, using the elite 7 After Hours theme, some of the jailbreak icons are themed (Springtomize3, Eclipse 2, Classic Dock, etc.) but some are not themed (PKGBackup, QucikActivator, etc.).
    I've noticed that there is sometimes a separate bundle used for theming the icons within the Settings app, but I'm not sure how to find this bundle ID or the names of the icons.

    If I look at the After Hours theme files, there are two bundles for springtomize3:
    1. com.filippobiga.springtomize3-app (used for theming SB icons and in-app images)
    2. com.filippobiga.st3settings (used for theming the Springtomize3 icon in Settings app)

    If i go into Library/PreferenceBundles/ST3Settings.bundle and open the info.plist, I can see the com.filippobiga.st3settings bundle ID that is used to theme the ST3 icon(s) in Settings app. However, none of the icon files are in this folder. So, how would one determine which icon names to use?

    On the other hand, not all of the jailbreak tweaks with icons in Settings app have a Preference Bundle. PKGBackup, for example, does not have a PreferenceBundle. So, how would you determine the bundle ID to theme its icon in Settings app? And where are the icon files for it?

  27. #937
    You need to look in the "info.plist" file inside the ****.app folder for each tweak then make sure that you theme all icons that you find in the .app folder but put them in a folder with the name of the bundle identifier.

    Google helps too!

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

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  29. #938
    Default iOS 8.x.x Theming Discussion!!!
    Modmyi themed!
    -imageuploadedbymodmyi1418696715.140517.jpg
    -imageuploadedbymodmyi1418696725.672763.jpg

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  31. #939
    Quote Originally Posted by vXBaKeRXv View Post
    Modmyi themed!
    -imageuploadedbymodmyi1418696715.140517.jpg
    -imageuploadedbymodmyi1418696725.672763.jpg
    Are tou working on some tweak to theme the apps something like eclipse?

  32. #940
    No,
    I'm still on 7.x

    Themed modmyi and I got pandora
    fully black with just images.
    Posted page or few back with a link to pandora with a zip.

    I use dathui to get ultra dark nav+tab bars.
    His tweak hooks more color.
    Running Eclipse to-

    Do you want the images I got for modmyi?
    To theme up!

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