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Thread: Need help removing the docked labels (iOS4)

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    Default Need help removing the docked labels (iOS4)

    For some reason, I can't get the Docked Labels to disappear. Does anyone know why? I've edited the info.plist and still won't go into effect even after I respring it or enable it through Winterboard.

    The theme is called Quab if anyone was wondering.

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    Invader Zim (2010-08-08)

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    make sure to put "no undocked icon labels" on top of winterboard above your theme

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    Invader Zim (2010-08-08)

  5. #3
    I've did that and it still shows.

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    Invader Zim (2010-08-08)

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    make sure "white label icon" are disabled in Winterboard

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    Invader Zim (2010-08-08)

  9. #5
    I didn't enable that but anyways I did find a fix somewhere. This goes in Info.plist

    Code:
    <key>DockedIconLabelStyle</key>
    	<string>color: white; opacity: 0</string>
    Just in case someone is using the search feature.

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    devilpupv (2010-08-09), Invader Zim (2010-08-08), Sticky111 (2010-08-27)

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    just want to point out that when you add that code to info.plist, it only worked when i unchecked "no docked icon labels" in winterboard. for me atleast.

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    Invader Zim (2010-08-08)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lith View Post
    I didn't enable that but anyways I did find a fix somewhere. This goes in Info.plist


    Just in case someone is using the search feature.
    It worked! but it should look like this
    Code:
    <key>DockedIconLabelStyle</key>
    <string>color: white; opacity: 0</string>

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  15. #8
    YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!! that worked!!!!

  16. #9
    Worked!

    FYI the info.plist is in the var/stash/Themes/No Docked Icon Labels.theme

  17. #10
    also in cydia there is "No Docked Icon Labels 4.0" that will do the trick if you dont want/feel like messing with the plist.

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    ianblondeau (2010-08-16)

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    Quote Originally Posted by GhStRdR2k View Post
    also in cydia there is "No Docked Icon Labels 4.0" that will do the trick if you dont want/feel like messing with the plist.
    Thanks this resolve my problem

  20. #12
    BossPaper is a better alternative.

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    Poseidon79 (2010-08-14)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amoeba View Post
    BossPaper is a better alternative.
    just so I understand why is it better?

  23. #14
    THANKS Lith!!

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