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Thread: iSwitcher Problems after using a theme

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    Default iSwitcher Problems after using a theme
    So far it is great application, except with some themes I lose the iSwitcher app from my springboard and cannot figure out how to get it to show again so I can change the theme or go back to the original look and feel without having to do a restore.

    I tried this a few times with just one of the default themes that comes with the app.

    Thanks in advance.

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    The reason why it's not showing up on your theme because of the settings in the DisplayOrder.plist , you would need to edit the list.
    But you can....

    Use any of the launchers to get to iSwitcher....iLauncher, Dock, Launcher.

    or use rSBT to rearrange the iSwitcher icon to the springboard.

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    gotta love dock! access anything anytime any theme
    Hit Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SundayDuffer View Post
    The reason why it's not showing up on your theme because of the settings in the DisplayOrder.plist , you would need to edit the list.
    But you can....

    Use any of the launchers to get to iSwitcher....iLauncher, Dock, Launcher.

    or use rSBT to rearrange the iSwitcher icon to the springboard.
    Thanks!

    Remember, the latest rSBT is iSwitcher aware and will save your ThemeMaster to prevent future mishaps when switching themes.

    WOW, just had a thought, on the very first run, iSwitcher should take the current DisplayOrder.plist file and put it in AS the ThemeMaster. fsckin' sweet! Nice... version 0.88

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