Posible to remove clock shadow on app status bar?

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  1. purplegem

    purplegem New Member

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    I'm trying to remove the shadow on the clock image but only on the application status bar. Anyone got any ideas?
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    Could you clarify? Which clock image, and by application status bar do you mean the bar at the top with the time? Do you mean the clock image that appears when you have set a timer?
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    The time display in the status bar at the top of the screen, when safari and other apps are open.
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    Like where mine says 8:53 AM right now?
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    Yeah that one. On my homescreen the time (in the middle at the top) looks fine. But I changed the colour of the status bar in safari from grey to purple and it shows up some kind of shadow overlay on the status bar clock that appears when most apps are open. I think the way to get rid or it would be to edit a value in a plist or html file that's applied in winterboard and sets the time shadow to zero somehow. But I'm not sure and don't know what the syntax would be
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    That's from Saurik's (creator of Winterboard) page. You make Info.plist in the root of the theme and add that key. I've attached an example for you that removes the shadow.

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    Thanks for your help, I really appreciate it. The issue I'm having now is that my clock used to be set to a light purple colour (#D394FE), but is now white on the homescreen and black on the safari screen, and my undocked icon labels were white but have gone grey. Can you see which bits of code in my plist are wrong?

    <key>TimeStyle</key>
    <string>margin-center: 99px; color: #D394FE

    <string>text-shadow: #D394FE 0px 0px 0px
    </string>

    <key>CalendarIconDayStyle</key>
    <string>color: blue</string>

    <key>CalendarIconDateStyle</key>
    <string>font-family: Helvetica; font-size: 30px; color: white; padding: 0 2px 6px 0;</string>

    <key>UndockedIconLabelStyle</key>
    <string>font-family: Arial; font-size: 10px; color: white</string>

    I'm sure the shadow bit is still wrong but I can't see why the icon labels aren't white!
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    Scrap that, I've managed to figure it out. This seems to work:

    <key>TimeStyle</key><string>margin-center: 99px; color: #D394FE;
    text-shadow: Purple 0px 0px 0px
    </string>

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    Thanks so much for your help!
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    Hey, maybe you guys can help me out too. I'm trying to remove a clock shadow, but on my lock screen. I have my clock hidden with CustomLS, but iOS still applies a wallpaper shadow where the clock would be. It automatically contrasts. Do any of you know of a tweak that would solve this or a way to edit it to make it go away?
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    This is the shadow I am referring to.

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