squeezing apps on to the dock?

Discussion in 'iOS Themes and Customization' started by toomuchcaffeine, Nov 4, 2007.

  1. toomuchcaffeine

    toomuchcaffeine New Member

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    I've seen screenshots of 5+ apps on the dock, how do I do this? I heard it requires summerboard.
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    berky93 New Member

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    ive seen this as an option in summerboard, but its not on mine. i think its only for iphones.
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    first get Customize.app. search around the forums for how to get customize to work if you dont already have it. go to rSBT in customize and then go to settings and pick how many dock icons you want (0-9)
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    JustoHermano New Member

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    use this program and set it to 5 icons instead of 4
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    iceman5008 Member

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    iOrder sucks, customize is better
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    Fatfrank New Member

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    Iorder works pretty good for me as long as you stick to it's original purpose....re-organizing your icons.

    Customize.app gives you many more options to "personalize" your Ipot.
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    toomuchcaffeine New Member

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    Thanks a ton guys.
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    Jackinabow New Member

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    I agree iorder sucks
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    SkylarEC Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    Or, if you're a little more DIY, just edit your N45AP.plist file. Add what you want under the key labeled "buttonBar."
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    toomuchcaffeine New Member

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    Thanks, I'll try that.

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