This is a discussion on how are your folders and icons oraganized? within the iPad Hacking forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; Originally Posted by f4780y It's not a tweak. You don't even need to be jailbroken. It's been a standard feature of IOS5 since it was ...
Last edited by f4780y; 06-13-2012 at 05:39 AM.
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Anyway, let's get back to the topic, shall we? :3
This is what my Springboard looks like.
I have decided to shamelessly copy you, f4680y, and only have one page for my apps. I used to have them spread out over all 11 pages (or more, thanks to the Overboard tweak). But, now I'm liking them all on one page. Seems neater...
Only "difference" is that I am a landscape person (use the SmartCover as a typing stand) and I used Springtomize2 for my customized number of icon rows (5 x 5) and the customized dock number.
Oh, and I love the frames as provided by the iPad3 theme PlatinumRed (free!):
Although I'm probably going to change those red folder backgrounds to gray or transparent. The red is too much of one color (I like to see the pictures, not folder backgrounds)...
Marilyn, you can use the Folder Icons tweak to get rid of the folder background. It gets rid of the borders too, though. You can see Folder Icons in action on my Springboard I posted earlier.
Of course, I'm pretty sure you knew that already. X3
Well, I like the framing around the folders, just not necessarily the red color. I'm probably just going to play with colors (or not) in PhotoShop or Paint.net ...