Move Icon Labels?

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  1. Ov3rl0rd

    Ov3rl0rd New Member

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    I have seen on some themes such as the one attached below, that have sideways text. Meaning when you turn your ipod 90 degrees the text is normal, but when you hold it normal the text is vertical. Anyone know how to do that without putting it directly on your wallpaper?

    Any help is appreciated

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  2. Gitykins

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    It's on the icons.

    You can't rotate icon labels with webkit, which is what you're suggesting.
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    Ov3rl0rd New Member

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    I see, so my only option is putting the labels on the wallpaper correct?
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    No, I said they were on the icon.
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    Ov3rl0rd New Member

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    Ah I read that wrong ^^ So that being said, I would have to rotate the icon to rotate the label correct? So what would I use to rotate the icon, other than rotating the actual .png?
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    Uhhh, you could batch rotate with Photoshop.
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    Alright I will have to give that a shot ^^
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    Even after I rotated the canvas the labels still stayed normal. I also tried just rotating the .png and that still didn't work, any ideas why?

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