Clock Screen 2.0

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  1. jyu28

    jyu28 New Member

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    I downloaded Clock Screen 2.0 from MacThemes (http://macthemes2.net/forum/viewtopic.php?id=16789706&p=1) and I'm not quite sure how to install it onto my lock screen. I ssh'd and put the Clock Screen folder into the themes section and after a respring, the clock screen shows up as my background. I just can't seem to get around this and I would appreciate any help.
  2. Manic Nimrod

    Manic Nimrod Well-Known Member

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    Its on the spring board because thats where it goes.

    The lock screen already has a clock like that.
  3. jyu28

    jyu28 New Member

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    Is there any way to put the clock at the bottom of the screen?
  4. FacesComix

    FacesComix New Member

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    what's the repository that its stored on?
  5. zomgwtfbbqbagel

    zomgwtfbbqbagel New Member

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    its cydia.touch-mania.com

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    and i also have a question: How do you change the city it shows the weather for? It just says Baton Rouge but I can't figure out how to change the city...
  6. limisopop

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    Yeah, in the wallpaper.html (found in the clockscreen 2.0 theme). You have to change the settings in it. Save the html to your desktop and open it up with wordpad or something. Locate the words with top:0, left:0, right: 0...

    Change the top:0 to top:300...

    same thing, find the city or zipcode in the .html.
  7. zomgwtfbbqbagel

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    okay so I went looking around and the only thing i can find that seems to be related to the weather/city is this part:

    <div id="WeatherContainer">
    <div id="TextContainer">
    <p id="city">Loading...</p>
    <p id="temp">-º</p>
    <p id="desc">-</p>
    </div>
    <img id="weatherIcon" src=""/>
    </div>

    the rest of the code is basically the time and date...
  8. fiftyfour123

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    look in Private/configureMe.js thats where you set your city
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    oh awesome that worked
    thanks

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  10. Raetona

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    Omg, can someone upload it please.
    I can't find it ANYWHERE!

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