iOS 4.0 Text Display Problem

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  1. Shaquille

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    The area where the text is to be displayed under the music controls on the multitasking dock is too small:
    The "..." after a certain number of characters leads me to believe the area where text is to be displayed has been shortened somehow.
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    It's a Winterboard thing. I have yet to see a working fix, but the stuff Winterboard uses to work replaces the homescreen text, yeilding said screenshot as a result. If it bugs you so much that you're willing to uninstall Winterboard, do it.
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    I have a iPod Touch 2g so if i
    unstalling Winterboard i can't multitasking so i wait for a update thanks.
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    You can multitask without winterboard.

    Nice username btw.

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    I have features from cydia downloaded and i need winterboard
    to toggle multitasking on. Your nickname is also nice.
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    Themes for Winterboard are found in /var/stash/Themes in your iOS (I keep this stuff bookmarked, as often as I replace files I need it

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    ). Find a folder labeled [multitasking theme name].theme, then locate the raw file inside.
    It's liable to be a few folders deep, and its extension is usually .plist or something of the likes. iFile will recognize it as a text file most likely.

    Then, use it to replace the original, which should have the exact same filename, but located somewhere else in the OS.

    Then you should be free to uninstall Winterboard, just be sure to reboot before undoing WB.

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    Lemme know if this works.
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    There are 2 files General.plist and N72AP.plist which do i need.
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    You'll need all 3. What folders are each in?

    /Var/Stash/Themes/[theme].theme/__________/General.plist
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    The general.pist file is in com.apple.Preferences and the other
    in com.apple.springboard.

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