LockCalander

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  1. bluepigster

    bluepigster New Member

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    I have this app called lockcalander, which displayed your calander on your lock screen which is pretty cool but I need to move the whole thing up so there isin't a gap between the calander and my double bar theme. Thanks.
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    jlgm25 Well-Known Member

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    ^ edit the .html found the lockcalendar.theme
    it is very basic if you know html
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    bluepigster New Member

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    Where do I find the lockcalandar.theme? I tried applications but found nothing. And its not a theme, not applied via winterboard. And Its not in the stash folder. Very hard to find. I tried the settings in cydia where I can see the files stored but found nothing.
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    Yep, like the guy about said, you just have to edit the HTML. I'd put it smack dab in the middle of the screen.
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    jlgm25 Well-Known Member

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    ssh to you ipod and go to the themes folder. find the lockcalender.theme(watever its called) then simply open it or copy the whole lockcalendar.theme to your computer. Find the .html, open it using a html editor or simple notepad+safari(other browser will do). voila. I am not into html as of last last last last year

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    then what is up with transparency's and stuffs

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