Stacks Theming

Discussion in 'iOS Themes and Customization' started by Happyman7, Nov 12, 2009.

  1. Happyman7

    Happyman7 Member

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    Hi

    I was wondering if you could change the (originally black) background of the window that flies up when you open a stack(s); This Window:

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    If it is possible, could you please give the filename and where it isat in the iPod Filesystem?

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    Running Stacks 3.0
    Firmware 3.0
    iPod Touch 2G


    In case anyone is wondering:
    The theme is Mainly Smoog, and illumine as the back-up one (back-up is below Smoog in winterboard)
  2. justinede

    justinede Member

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    yes, it is possible. look in Library/MobileStack. in there, there are images named:

    1. stackbackground-bl.png <- Corner
    2. stackbackground-bm.png <- Side
    3. stackbackground-br.png <- Corner
    4. stackbackground-bt.png <- Corner
    5. stackbackground-c.png <- Body Color
    6. stackbackground-l.png <- Side
    7. stackbackground-r.png <- Side
    8. stackbackground-tl.png <- Corner
    9. stackbackground-tm.png <- Side
    10. stackbackground-tr.png <- Corner

    whew.. that was a lot.. lol gl
  3. Happyman7

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    Thanks! I will check it out now..
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    why is this thread tagged with "sexmuffin?"
  5. Happyman7

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    Irrelevant but, whatever:

    Why not?

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