Dock Themes Don't Work

Discussion in 'iOS Themes and Customization' started by vahnx, Jun 8, 2010.

  1. vahnx

    vahnx Banned

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    Only things related the dock I've been able to change via themes from Cydia/Winterboard are "Transparent Dock", "No Docked Icon Labels" and the 5 icon dock. I haven't got a single Dock theme to work (other than the default) since I got the device almost a year ago.
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    Do you see Reflective Dock icons?
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    Turn reflections in Reflective Dock off and un-install it.

    Or if you already un-installed. Re-install, turn them off, and un-install.
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    It wasn't installed. So I installed it, in SBSettings went into Mobile Substrate Addons and turned it from On to Off, then un-installed Reflective Dock. Went into Winterboard and turned on a dock theme, no go.

    I do see reflective dock icons though...

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    oo I wonder what that white patch can be.

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    Open the reflective dock then turn it off rather then turing off the daemon. this happened to me too a bok choy came to help

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    OK I turned all Reflective Dock in Settings then un-installed it. Went into Winterboard and turned on "Blue Dock" and after it re-sprung.... nothing. Here's my Winterboard stuffs. Even with all turned off but a Dock theme, it doesn't work.

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    I said turn dock reflections off, not the whole application. Turn reflections off and don't mess with the mobile substrate in SBSettings. Un-install it through Cydia.
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    I did turn them off, within the application. Sorry, I meant to type "OK I turned all Reflective Dock settings in Settings then un-installed it.

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    Also, I re-installed this Reflective Dock app just to test something. Even though I never used the program before, I went to adjust settings like Opacity and the Gap and the changes aren't taking affect, even after a re-spring. It's like my Dock doesn't wanna be modified.

    Update: My other thread solved this: http://www.ifans.com/forums/showthread.php?t=292811

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