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Discussion in 'iPad Themes' started by f4780y, Jul 8, 2011.
Dang it's for ipad 3 only
I like my iPad simple. Lockscreen is made by me, on the expense of the wallpaper shadow.
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No it's not mate. There is a SD version for iPad1 & 2. The retina version is for iPad3, obviously
newbie here..this is what i have..on ipad2
Jericho, How did you go about changing your background picture? Even with the theme you have? I cant seem to do that..It keeps showing what originally came with the theme
I want this lockscreen!!! So cool!
You just have put "User Wallpaper" in higher priority than the theme your using in Winterboard. I.e. place it higher than your theme in the list.
That would be the way I understand you do it.
Yeah, I did that...But it didnt matter. I am a sad man. Thanks for the suggestion though
When you are using a theme widget, such as the weather / time widgets with iHaz3 themes, the wallpaper associated with the widget is coded into the HTML of the widget.
To change it to your own wallpaper, you typically need to use a program such as iFile to copy in your own wallpaper image file to the widget directory.
You can find the widget in a location similar to the following path /var/stash/themes.xxxxx/iHaz3_weather_widget.theme
In that folder you will probably see a file like "wallpaper.png", but it depends on what the author of the theme has called it. You need to replace this file with your own to change the wallpaper. The name must match exactly as they are case sensitive. It is always a good idea to copy the original wallpaper to a file of another name so you can get it back if you ever want it!
Hope that helps.
I actually found what you meant. I did copy over one of my wallpaper pics and it worked. But it is side ways. Do you know how I can make it not be sideways? I figure it is set up as a portrait picture and it stays in portrait mode even if I set it up for landscape..
Can that be corrected?