Blank First Page In Springboard

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  1. afiqqq

    afiqqq New Member

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    Hi everyone..

    Anyone out there knows how to create a blank first page on the springboard? I want my wallpaper to be seen, instead of the icons cluttering the first page.

    That means my first page, should actually begin on the second page, and the first page itself, is blank, only with the dock icons.

    please help!
  2. camote

    camote New Member

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    im not sure if you can do that... what i did so that my wallpaper would be seen was install dock.app and then hide almost all but 4 of my icons using customize... it turned out well for me... my only problem with dock.app is that it doesnt use the icons from the theme you are using... it uses the default themes of the applications
  3. tomsabin

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    I think you can fix that by changing the individual application icon. E.g. in /Applications/gpSPhone.app you would put in the icon there (for that application) but name it 'icon.png'
  4. kclives

    kclives New Member

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    Add blank strings to the plist file.
  5. afiqqq

    afiqqq New Member

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    tried but you can't do that. summerboard just pushes the icons back to the first page.
  6. 1337chaos

    1337chaos Well-Known Member

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    theres a way to do this, but you have to do it everytime you want to see your background. go to the first page of icons, scroll over to the second page, and WHILE its still scrolling, open one of the apps on your dock. when you exit the app, the first page of icons should be invisible.
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    flash84x New Member

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    someone did this before and posted a how-to on it, try searching for it

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    yes this works and explains why my first page disappeared on me one time! doesnt seem like a solution for the op tho
  8. afiqqq

    afiqqq New Member

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    tried. nothing whatsoever.
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