Cheat Sheet #1 - Battery Themes - by iThemer This "cheat sheet" is an extension of my guide on how to make a WinterBoard theme, found here. Making a battery theme can be accomplished by following the guide; this "cheat sheet" just gives you a head start and does all the dirty work for you. So with that out of the way... Battery themes skin the battery image you see on the lockscreen while your device is plugged in. There are 17 different images to show different "states" that reflect the batterys current charge level Dimensions and Image Size: Technically, battery images can be up to 320x480px. However, the default size for all battery images is 264x129px. Keep in mind that all of your battery images should be the same size, and there should be 17 in total. Once you have all 17 of your battery images made, head to the next step File Names and Storing Locations: First of all, take your 17 images and rename them. The names should be "BatteryBG_1.png" through "BatteryBG_17.png", where "BatteryBG_1.png" reflects no battery at all, and "BatteryBG_17.png" reflects 100% battery level. Once you have all images named properly, proceed. If you have read my tutorial, you should know that the "Folders" and "Bundles" folder have the same use. In this case, we're going to be using the "Folders" folder. So go ahead and make a folder named "BatteryTheme.theme", where "BatteryTheme" can be replaced with anything you want. Inside that folder, create a new folder and call it "Folders". Inside the "Folders" folder, create yet another folder, and call it "SpringBoard.app"; paste all of your battery images here. If you have followed these instructions, you should have something similar to the "tree" below. Please Register or Log in to view images Now all you have to do is SSH to Library/Themes on your device and place your .theme right in there; then enable in WinterBoard. ----------------------------------------- Remember that you, too can make "cheat sheets". Just pick a theming topic of your choice, write a tutorial, PM me, and if I like it, I'll create a thread and link to it on the main tutorial guide. Thanks for reading my tutorial. Happy Theming!