Changing Dock Background

Discussion in 'iOS Themes and Customization' started by felixh, Dec 26, 2007.

  1. felixh

    felixh New Member

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    Hi everyone

    i've some trouble with changing the dock background

    it simply doesn't work, when i try to change it with customize ...

    anyone can help
  2. touching

    touching New Member

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    u must go to smbprefs and change the theme dock into off
  3. felixh

    felixh New Member

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    you're maybe right but,

    when i tried what you said nothing happens

    so i tried using smbprefs and have chosen one theme ...

    this works but i seems that the dock slided down about the half (you know what i mean)

    anyone else has this problem
  4. oO Wallace Oo

    oO Wallace Oo New Member

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    I am not entirely sure what you mean, but by going into Customize and changing the dock background to the iPhone dock size (The second dock image) it will make your theme dock bigger.
  5. simbeck

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    I have having the same issue. I just got an ipod touch and seem to have no problem with customizing anything else, except the dock background image. I already tried disabling dock theme in SMBPrefs, and changed the dock image in Customize, but it is still the dock image from my Black Vista theme. Really not an issue as I like it the way it is, but would just like to know if I'm doing something wrong.
  6. Darlyn

    Darlyn Member

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    I have the same issue too. "Theme Dock" is disabled in SB, but I still don't get the iPhone dock that comes with Customize. Also, where do I put my own dock images? In Library/Customize everything but a dock images' folder is there

    Please Register or Log in to view images

  7. ronniev23

    ronniev23 New Member

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    if u go to customize it shows dock background... is that only for the iphone or can u get it on the touch
  8. thisonefoo

    thisonefoo New Member

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    I'm having this problem and haven't been able to find a fix as well..... please help!
  9. h34dc4s3_r3lo4d3d

    h34dc4s3_r3lo4d3d New Member

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    hello ive a small problem which is turning into a big problem for me, this post have prob awoken this topic but its the closest to what i think i need help with, anyways ive taken the iWood theme and changed it up alittle

    here : http://www.ifans.com/forums/imgcach....png?orig_url=http://yfrog.com/2twallpapernip

    works great until i try and make the dock fit with the wallpaper like this

    here : http://www.ifans.com/forums/imgcach...adbd74.png?orig_url=http://yfrog.com/5gdock1p

    now what i wanted was the wallpaper and dock to sit nicely together so they look as if its one image just like the first image uploaded, but..... the dock seems to stretch and covers the wallpaper and i cant see the little digital picture frame, does anyone know why this is, in the original iWood theme the wallpaper and dock fit nicely togother with no problems i dont see why my theme isnt doing the same, thanks alot
  10. Hackey_Sack

    Hackey_Sack New Member

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    You realize this thread is two years old, right?

    I think I understand your problem (your pics don't work...), but try having the entire background as wallpaper and then have a transparent dock.

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