Help in Identifying widgets/fonts!

Discussion in 'iOS Themes and Customization' started by limyw_85, Mar 23, 2009.

  1. limyw_85

    limyw_85 New Member

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    What is the name of the fonts for this picture?
    I know the springboard icons comes with the wallpaper, but how about the date?
    The "iPod" on the top left hand corner comes in an icon correct?

    http://www.ifans.com/forums/imgcache/30842.png

    Anyone can point me in the right direction to d/l the fonts and the icon of the "iPod"?

    Also, I have noticed that many of you have the widget to show calendar and the weather. I have seen some from iNav Deoneo.

    How can I change weather to time?

    Thank you
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    iKeablr Active Member

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    Well I believe that font is Neutra Face, though it isn't light on the pocket. I really don't understand what you want your widget to do.
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    limyw_85 New Member

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    http://www.ifans.com/forums/imgcache/30793.png

    There is a Weather and Calendar widget in the photo.

    Is there any way to change weather to Clock instead? So it will show Clock and Calendar instead of Weather and Calendar.
    Hope you get it this time

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    Also, is it possible to have a calendar widget at the lockbackground?
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    iKeablr Active Member

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    Well I don't know if you could just change the widget from Weather to Calendar, you need to know how to code to do that, and if you do then you don't need this thread. So I assume you don't then you will either have to look for it or not. And it is possible to have a calendar widget on the lockscreen. Check on macthemes they have more widget information there. Trust me.
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    limyw_85 New Member

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    Thanks iKeablr.

    Think i will put a calendar on the lockscreen and a clock on the springboard.
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    iKeablr Active Member

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    Yeah if it is a nice simple widget that has a Wallpaper.html and doesn't need anything else to load then you could just rename it to LockBackground.html, and it will load on the LockScreen.

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