Customze.app, now open source.

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  1. sprint_user

    sprint_user New Member

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    This is a call out to developers to see if they can revamp customize and make it awesome for 3.0. I am not entirely sure how customize works, but it would be cool if you could make customize 3.0 compatible with winterboard themes. I just liked customize because it used no system resources.
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    OMG! No waii!

    /annoying smiley voices.
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    errr. I had to break it to you but it has been open source for quite a while i think, and everything that you want to do can be updated in customize anyway.
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    I know it has been open source for a while, I constantly check that site, but I have seen no thread about it so I wanted to let the developers know. Also, what do you mean it can be updated? Thespicychicken abandoned the project.
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    Only problem with Customize is that it directly replaces the images you're theming, so if you forget to make a backup of the originals you're screwed. That's why it uses no system resources.
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    I realize that. I always made a backup. Possibly, in a future update, a developer can make the app automatically save a backup.

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