Lockscreen Help!

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  1. dglasmann

    dglasmann New Member

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    Hey all,

    For a long time i've had a custom lockscreen, MultiBarLockscreen to be exact. Before I added this theme I was having issues with the date showing up on my lockscreen. I've decided to take this theme off, and just go with the default look, maybe with a custom slider in the future. Anyway, I'm still having this issue.

    This is what it looks like:

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    Notice that it doesn't show the month, day, or year. Any ideas?
  2. Nathan B

    Nathan B Active Member

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    Multibar uses a lockclock font that hides the date, you are going to need to get the original lockclock font to fix it
  3. dglasmann

    dglasmann New Member

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    i'll take a look around for it. I looked earlier for it, because i thought that was the problem. Just wanted to double check here before hand. thanks
  4. Nathan B

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    No problem
  5. iKeablr

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    LockClock.ttf is only for the "Lock Clock". The date is something else. I believe if I am not mistaken all you have to delete the file "en.plist" in the directory

    /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app/Date Formats

    I think that is the directory not 100% sure though. But I do know you have to delete that file.
  6. Nathan B

    Nathan B Active Member

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    That is right, I completely forgot about the en.plist that multibar uses
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    dglasmann New Member

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    Right before you posted I figured it out.

    The file I deleted was in: /System/Library/Frameworks/UIKit.framework/DateFormats/en.plist

    Thanks for the replies

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    Yeah I knew the directory was off. But I knew it was somewhere around there. Glad you found it out.

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