Change Slider Image in 2.1?

Discussion in 'iOS Themes and Customization' started by Flipzter, Oct 20, 2008.

  1. Flipzter

    Flipzter Member

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    Have searched to no avail. Is it possible to change slider image in 2.1? I've seen a few responses on the net about using customize, but customize doesnt work on 2.1. Anyone have an idea where the mainslider png, etc are located?
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    Hmm, I am not at my house ATM... but off the top of my head i think the file is called bottombarknobgray....and is located in the:

    /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Telephony.....something
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    /System/Library/Frameworks/Telephony.....something

    (it is either PrivateFrameworks or just Frameworks^^^^^)
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    Thanks. Found that folder with the pngs. None of the pics there look like the arrow slider. I'll just try to rename my slider to the bottombarknobgray and see what happens


    UPDATE: Worked perfect. Just renamed my slider to bottombarknobgray and replaced the one on the ipod with it. Any idea where the top bar is located?
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    Top bar behind the clock?

    You'll have to use WinterBoard for that. Go to /Library/Themes/THEMENAME/UIImages, and name the top bar UILCDBackground.png
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    LOL. I'll change that bar too now. But I meant the top slider bar, slide to turn off or whatever it says. I want to change that slider like I changed the turn on slider. Not just the text, but the slider image itself.
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    same folder as the slider, but the name is....


    bottombarbkgndlock.png
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    ROFL. Before I saw this reply, I replaced the bottombarred file with my slider image. Now instead of the red bar, I have what appears to be a negative effect image of my slider on a dark transparent bar. Looks really wicked.

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