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Discussion in 'iPad Hacking' started by SweetPoison, Apr 16, 2011.

  1. SweetPoison

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    Okay. I did this. And it was the same as going thru the App. But you knew that. And I still see none of this:


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  2. SweetPoison

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    Here is what I do see:


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  3. SweetPoison

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    As you can see I have checked the theme. And so what? The only difference I see is frames around all my app folders.

    How do I access every thing else?
     
  4. OUTL4W

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    While in that menu....tap 'winterboard' top left corner and then 'respring' top left corner. If the theme still doesn't t show up select another theme, respring, re-select the blue ipad theme again, respring.

    Ohh----I hide wb bescause I have 3 nephews & 4neices who get finger happy when playing with the ipad.
     
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    You guys are failing to “Think Marie”. It’s a special skill :D

    Marie, there is nothing wrong with the BlueiPad theme you have. Changing the icons is probably the primary thing that most themes do. If you double check, not only do all the icons have a border, but many (most notably the built in apps) have completely new icons. Check out Photos, Mail, etc. They have all changed.

    What this theme does NOT contain is any wallpapers. I think that is where you were getting confused originally. Some, but not all themes come with wallpapers. When they do, they quite often put them into the “Wallpaper” area in the “Settings” app, or they put a new line in Winterboard which you tick, just like you did with the BlueUI theme.

    So, you don’t have anything missing or broken. It’s exactly as it is supposed to be. You were asking, “how do I access everything else?” – well, you do have access to it all, you just need to know how..

    You can see some of the other things it does if you look harder. Anywhere in “Settings” where there is an on / off slider, they are now a nice blue colour. Also, your lock screen should be different (new slider). Look at your wifi and signal in the top status bar. They have changed to a new blue design also. It’s the same in many of the apps, they are have “blue” stuff now. See Mail for example.
    When you open apps, many of them now have a new “splash” screen. You will only see this if the app is not already running. Try Mail, Photos, etc, but if you want to see the splash, make sure you close all your apps from the switcher first by double clicking home, holding an icon until they all wiggle, and closing each one in the list with he “X” button. When an App is launched for the first time you will see the splash.

    Now, look in Winterboard again. You have a BlueiPadV2 Sounds theme. Tick that and respiring and your sounds will change. Turn up the volume and listen when you put your iPad in sleep and wake mode. It makes a really cool “hummm”. I love that.

    Finally, there is a little bug with themes on the iPad which you can easily get around. It is to do with changing the folder and multitasking background. Go into Cydia, search and install the following app – “FolderFixer” (all one word). Exit Cydia and run this program. It gives you a simple button to press to “fix” and then press it again to “respring”. You don’t need to follow any of the other instructions in it. Just press the button twice.
    Now, check your multitask bar by pressing home twice. The background should have changed to a black striped one. The same background should be on all your folders now also. Check it.

    That’s it. A complete guide to your theme.

    Hope that helps.
     
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  6. Tim SPRACKLEN

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    I think we need a warning on posts like this - I nearly choked on my skinny venti cappuccino. :(

    Tim
     
  7. SweetPoison

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    Got it! Thanks!

    That is hilarious. And quite true.:D

    I will be playing with all your suggestions soon! Thanks, Leigh!




    LOL!

    Do you have that special skill, Tim?;)
     
  8. ALcH3Mi5T

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    Sorry for the confusion... I don't ever go into wb settings so I forgot about the toggle there.
     
  9. graywolf

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    It's kinda handy to have that option. I never really noticed it until a couple weeks ago.

    And Leigh, maybe you should teach all of us how to think like Marie. :D
    WWMD?
     
  10. Tim SPRACKLEN

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    No....:(

    Tim
     

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