Here it is folks! One of the first full themes to support the iPad3 retina display. BlackHaz3 has been around for a while on both the iPhone and previous generation iPads, but this is a full iPad3 retina update!
BlackHaz3 has always been for those that prefer a really dark theme.... Here's the springboard with the optional weather widget and purple icon glow activated...
There's a nice lockscreen widget with photoslide (the photos can be exchanged for your own images if you edit the theme using iFile) as well as a "Tap to Unlock" widget...
...even Newsstand goes dark!
There is a Color Keyboard HD mod included, which as you can see works great with iKeywi HD too!
Folder Enhancer gets a nice dark tray for icons...
and the Twitter client of the moment, TweetBot, even gets its own dark skin!
There are quite a few other theme extras including an RSS ticker for the springboard, various colour glow mods for the icons including red, green, blue, and purple, as well as skins for Lockinfo and others.
fatboy's 5x5 Iconoclasm Layout for iHaz3 Themes
Some time ago I created a 5x5 icon layout specifically for iHaz3 themes, which gives you 25 icons on the springboard, but nicely compressed for the weather widget. You can see this layout in effect on the first screenshot above.
Download the layout from here - http://dl.dropbox.com/u/304587/5x5%2...20f4780y.plist
Then use iFile or another SSH solution to place it in the iconoclasm layouts folder on your iPad at - \Library\Iconoclasm\Layouts
Changing the Weather Widget Location Code
In order to change the weather on ANY theme you install, you need to use iFile (or similar) to edit the appropriate file within the theme to add your own weather location. The details can be different by theme, but there is usually an instruction file in the root of the theme.
The weather widgets will be located in your var/stash/Theme.xxxxx/ folder. The Widget may be stand alone or may be embedded within the main theme. For iHaz3 themes they are normally separate. Note - the xxxxx bit is particular to your device and will be a seemingly random set of letters.
For all current iHaz3 themes, you need to edit a file called Wallpaper.html.
Within that you search for the "var locale =" variable and substitute the value in there with your own weather locale. If you don't know what this is you will need to find it via Accuweather using a web browser before you start.
So there you go. BlackHaz3 HD Special for iPad3 - one of the first iPad3 retina ready themes, $2.29 in Cydia.