Change slide to unlock text

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  1. Finite Vendetta

    Finite Vendetta New Member

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    I've looked at similar threads and tried searching for a solution but I could not find one. I cannot find slide to unlock or AWAY_LOCK_LABEL in my springboard.strings, what am I doing wrong? Am I in the wrong directory to change the slide to unlock text? Is there another way to do it? Thanks in advance.
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    are you in System/library/CoreServices/Engl.??( or w/e)
  3. Finite Vendetta

    Finite Vendetta New Member

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    Yes, that's where I'm at...=/
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    Ohfoohy Active Member

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    you have no slide to unlock text whatsoever?
    Hit Ctrl + F and search
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    Finite Vendetta New Member

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    Well my friend gave me his and I replaced it and the stuff changed but then I edited his and I couldn't change it to what I wanted, it stayed as AWAY_LOCAL and the enter passcode was ENTER_PASSCODE and it wouldn't let me change the string(yes I rebooted), So I put my original springboardsettings.strings back and rebooted and it STILL didn't change..HELP PLEASE!!
  6. croak62

    croak62 New Member

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    ok lemme tell u how to do it....


    1st- make a folder called "slider text" put it on the desktop

    2nd-make a folder inside of slider text called "Bundles" make sure you make everything the same because this is all case sensitive

    3rd-make a folder in Bundles called "com.apple.springboard"

    4th-make a folder in com.apple.springboard called "en.lproj"

    5th-next go to start, then to the controll panel press tools then folder options then go to view then un-check "hide extensions for known file types".

    6th- make a folder in en.lproj called "SpringBoard.strings"

    7th-open it with notepad and type-
    "AWAY_LOCK_LABEL"="YOUR TEXT GOES HERE";
    "POWER_DOWN_LOCK_LABEL"="YOUR TEXT GOES HERE";
    "SLIDE_TO_ANSWER"="YOUR TEXT GOES HERE";

    8th- type in your text in "your text goes here"

    9th- get into winscp i assume you know how to do this.

    10th-go to var-then stash-then themes.

    11- now dont go into themes, just click it and drag your slider text folder on your desktop into it
  7. fadethreeblack

    fadethreeblack New Member

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    i think you dont have to make the folders for it to work, but ya. that's how you do it without possibly messing up.
  8. Finite Vendetta

    Finite Vendetta New Member

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    TYVM, I'll let you know if it works.
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    Awesome....it did not change -.-...

    CAN SOMEONE SEND ME THEIR SpringBoardsettings.strings PLEASE?
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    AmazingNachos Banned

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    how do i open it with notepad?

    im on vista
  10. Finite Vendetta

    Finite Vendetta New Member

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    Okay, that way worked, I forgot to enable it in winterboard...what I did was make a notepad file and save it as a .strings, and you don't edit it in notepad to begin with, open it when your in ssh on your ipod.

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