Stacks on the Touch

Discussion in 'iPod touch 1.1.x Jailbreak' started by emb531, Oct 20, 2007.

  1. emb531

    emb531 New Member

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    I don't think they are saying there is anything that can do that. I'm pretty sure they are saying that Apple should borrow the stacks idea from leopard and put it in the touch and iPhone because when they release an sdk and there are a million apps for it there is going to be a clutter just like everyone who has jailbroken there touch or iPhone have already. Keep looking for a download if you want to who knows maybe someday you will find it.
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    Tight, but I dont think it is released yet. That is probably an alpha version.
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    Looks awesome! it just needs app names to the left of the icons like in leopard

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  5. iPoT

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    hpefully you guys have found it. I dont know when it was released but it is out there. I have it on my touch.

    Here is how i got it to work.

    - I downloaded the automatic version of the file, search for 'stacks'

    - I unzipped the file and added it to the application directory on the ipod.

    - Changed the permissions to 755 on everything

    - I restarted the ipod to view the application.

    - Tapped on Stack Controller

    - It showed a blurry image, I clicked on this straight away and it showed the controll panel.

    - I clicked on install.

    - Restarted the ipod.

    - There was there was the stack, but it was in the wrong place.

    - Then I used customize the make the stack on the right hand side of the dock and restared again.

    - There I have it, a working stack, then I went into stack controller and selected curved stack.

    - Then I hid the applications that were in the stack in SMB

    Please Note - The stack only looks good if you only have 4 dock icons.

    Also It looks best with default theme as I have not found out how to change the icons for the stack. I have changed the icons for the applications out of the stack but dont know how to change the ones inside it.
  6. brandon.azzolini

    brandon.azzolini New Member

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    where is the link to download the stacks? i really need the this..i have 2 pages of app.s and i am gonna try and get the whole dock with stack folders, nice and tidy ipod touch
  7. rokrboy

    rokrboy Retired Moderator

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    That is very cool, but I think I like dock better than stacks.
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    AlexRADL Retired Moderator

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    rokrboy Retired Moderator

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    That pretty cool. Stacks looks awesome, that tutorial doesn't look hard at all.
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    look at my signature

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