new summerboard issue?

jjvaldez

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i updated the summerboard and it is not a tood update... It offers themes... Not good... And it disabled my dockswap.... Anyone having the same issue .... I just want my own dock back ...... Suggestions ?
 

420greg

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i updated the summerboard and it is not a tood update... It offers themes... Not good... And it disabled my dockswap.... Anyone having the same issue .... I just want my own dock back ...... Suggestions ?
My dockswap is broken to. After the summer board update it is back to the default image. I bet the dockswap guys put out an update to fix it pretty quick.
 

Domin8stang

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iposted a fix to the dockswap problem in the other thread...check it out!
 

wildonrio

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Not only did it kill my dockswap but also my 5 dock icons setting in rSBT. Now even if I say I want 5 icons it only displays 4. I hate this.
 

jbarrack

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Yeah same thing with mine dock swap is useless .... and i loved the mirrored dock ... oh well ... but the leopard dock looks hot
 
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Hayesimus

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i went to an earlier version of summerboard. i too did not like losin my dock. i made it myself.
 
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I'm a little upset about losing the dock, but the leopard dock isn't too bad...
Would it be possible to find where summerboard is keeping the dock images and add/replace them with your own?
 

antithetic

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I'm a little upset about losing the dock, but the leopard dock isn't too bad...
Would it be possible to find where summerboard is keeping the dock images and add/replace them with your own?

Summerboard 2.0 dock images are stored in /var/root/library/Summerboard/Themes

Each theme has it's own subdirectory under that.
 

Reako

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Summerboard 2.0 dock images are stored in /var/root/library/Summerboard/Themes

Each theme has it's own subdirectory under that.
Just create a new theme file. When you upload your dock into the theme file, make sure to rename the file to Dock.

Reako
 

wildonrio

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I won't be using SummerBoard again until it supports 5 icons in the dock (an option with rSBT). This is just way too awesome for me to pass up. I really like having my calendar in the bottom middle :)