Help! Custom Badge

Discussion in 'iOS Themes and Customization' started by DisneyRicky, Jun 3, 2010.

  1. DisneyRicky

    DisneyRicky Member

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    Hey Everyone!

    Making a quick theme, and I would like to know how to et rid of an app's badge. I know you can customize it, but I don't know how! What's the folder (.plist?) I need to use to make it hidden. I don't want the number for Cydia and App Store Apps to be available.

    Thanks in Advance!

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  2. MattPro

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    Do you want to rid of the badge for ALL apps?

    If so just make a transparent image for the badge and use it in your theme.
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    Or you could download the app (I think its called "Badge") from Cydia. Much simpler.
  4. DisneyRicky

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    Sorry if this is considered a bump...but I still need help!

    I know how to make a transparent image, but what do I save it as, and where?
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    In the theme's folder it goes under /Bundles/com.apple.springboard/ and is called SBBadgeBG.png

    And even if you made it transparent, you would still have the number there. You would have to edit a plist.
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    The plist should be in the springboard.app in your file system

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