iPhone 4 & 4S Theme Screenshots

IceCold357

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'No Docked Icon Shadows' in Cydia will remove the shadows in your dock.

I would use 'Lockscreen Clock Hide' to hide the stock time and date and then use a custom time and date. There is one called Lockscreen Clock in Cydia or you can SSH one that you download from the Internet. The position and size of the clock and time can be changed in the .plist file that comes with the clock theme. You'll need to use SSH, iPhoneBrowser, DiskAid or iFile to edit the file.

Here's an example of a custom time and date:

Can you point me in the right direction for that wallpaper and that lock for the slide to unlock? I have been trying to find a lock and have been unsuccessful.
 

Europa

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Can you point me in the right direction for that wallpaper and that lock for the slide to unlock? I have been trying to find a lock and have been unsuccessful.
That's 'Padlock Tap to Unlock', but the screenshot was from my 3GS a couple years ago and the theme hasn't been updated for retina devices.

The wallpaper is from a boot/splash screen I used to use on Ubuntu. I sized it for the 3GS in that screenshot and changed the color to blue. I'll size it for the 4S for you. Do you want it in the original light green-grey color or do you want me to try to match it to the shade of blue that I used there?
 

IceCold357

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That's 'Padlock Tap to Unlock', but the screenshot was from my 3GS a couple years ago and the theme hasn't been updated for retina devices.

The wallpaper is from a boot/splash screen I used to use on Ubuntu. I sized it for the 3GS in that screenshot and changed the color to blue. I'll size it for the 4S for you. Do you want it in the original light green-grey color or do you want me to try to match it to the shade of blue that I used there?
Ahh okay. If you could try to match that Blue that would be great. As close as you can get is fine. Thanks in advance!
 

Europa

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Let me know if you want me to edit it again. It looks a lot better with a clear lockscreen like I had in my screenshot.



 
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Europa

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Also Mindi do you know what I could use to hide that box background around the lock I just put up? I just want it to be the lock and none of the background if possible.


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I made a tutorial for this on 4.3.1. Shortly thereafter, someone released a tweak for it in Cydia to make the process easier. You just had to download it in Cydia and apply it in Winterboard. I'm not sure if the process is the same on 5.x or if a 5.x tweak is available in Cydia. The file names have most likely changed. I don't theme too much anymore.
Anyway, this will get you started: http://forums.everythingicafe.com/t...ottom-bar-from-the-lockscreen-on-4-3-1.71975/
 

IceCold357

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I made a tutorial for this on 4.3.1. Shortly thereafter, someone released a tweak for it in Cydia to make the process easier. You just had to download it in Cydia and apply it in Winterboard. I'm not sure if the process is the same on 5.x or if a 5.x tweak is available in Cydia. The file names have most likely changed. I don't theme too much anymore.
Anyway, this will get you started: http://forums.everythingicafe.com/t...ottom-bar-from-the-lockscreen-on-4-3-1.71975/
Will also try this and see if I can get it working. Thanks Again!
 

Europa

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Yeah, install Clock Hide and then look for a lockscreen theme on macthemes with a clock and add your wallpaper. You can edit the .plist to adjust the color, size, and position of the clock used in the theme.
 

IceCold357

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Yeah, install Clock Hide and then look for a lockscreen theme on macthemes with a clock and add your wallpaper. You can edit the .plist to adjust the color, size, and position of the clock used in the theme.
You guys are hooking me up! Lol


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