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Discussion in 'iOS Themes and Customization' started by Toro_Blanco, Apr 17, 2009.

  1. Toro_Blanco

    Toro_Blanco New Member

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    i followed the tut on ..this site or a different, i forgot which...anyway, i opened the /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app/English.lproj/Spring
    Board.strings and used ctrl+f to find the strings i wanted to change for the slide bars text, when i changed the text and rebooted, my text isnt there, the command line(it appears to be) is on the slide bars. even when i replaced the altered document with the original. now i cant go back to the lame default option.
    anyone have an original file i need to replace it for the 2.2.1 2g touch incase i screwed up somehow?
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    Johnny Quest Active Member

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    here is the file.

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    Toro_Blanco New Member

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    thnx a lot man, much appreciated
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    bLIZZARD2309 New Member

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    What do i do when i open the file
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    cjschriver3 New Member

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    you aren't supposed to change the original file

    you are supposed to create a theme for it or build it into another winterboard theme

    put it here >>> /private/var/stash/Themes.XXXXXX/Your.theme/Bundles/com.apple.springboard/en.lproj

    should look something like this:

    "SLIDE_TO_CALL_BACK" = "";
    "SLIDE_TO_LISTEN" = "";
    "SLIDE_TO_ANSWER" = "";
    "SMS_LOCK_LABEL" = "";
    "SLIDE_TO_CANCEL" = "OOPS !";
    "POWER_DOWN_LOCK_LABEL" = "POWER down";
    "AWAY_LOCK_LABEL" = "SLIDE to ROCK";

    put whatever you want in the right-hand quotes

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