Reveal 2.0 problems

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  1. juone95

    juone95 Member

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    ok so i have the reveal 2.0 but when i enable it through winterboard my text is still with the icons so there is 2 texts on 1 icon.

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    how can i fix this?
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    Enable Transparent Icon Labels
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    i tried that but it doesnt work!
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    drag transparent icon labels to the top of the list and apply it..
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    ok ill try


    Edit:OMFG Thank you so much!
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    lol no problem. winterboard works on a priority system. if two themes have the same object (for example a dock) then the one that is higher up has its object applied instead of the other one.
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    It's odd though. I tried that, with one theme containing a vWallpaper, and another being VMP. I had the vWallpaper at a lower priority, but it still gave me the impression that it'd been applied, but just wasn't showing, as my Springboard was lagging quite badly. After un-checking the vWallpaper theme, however, my Springboard returned to it's usual non-laggy state.

    Someone care to explain?

    Thanks in advance. :]

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