Weather.app

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  1. Jesuspwnt

    Jesuspwnt New Member

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    I've been theme-ing a few days now, and I get how do it, i can do it all pretty much. I just got stuck somewhere.. I try and change the weather.app icon and it won't work

    The icon is 60x60, it's perms are fine (777), It's located like all the rest, name is perfect.. etc etc

    Any ideas?

    Folder: Weather.app
    Location: xxxxx.theme/Folders/Weather.app/
    File Name:icon.png

    Thanks in advance!
    - Jez
  2. rafa87

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    When you use it with Winterboard, you have to rename it from weather.app to weather.theme I think..
  3. Jesuspwnt

    Jesuspwnt New Member

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    Hmm, That can't be.. Because i've seen themes do it before :-/
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    /var/stash/Themes/THEMENAME.theme/Icons/Weather.png

    No .app extensions are ever needed for icons, except keynote remote.
  5. Jesuspwnt

    Jesuspwnt New Member

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    Everybody Does It Differently Gitykins
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    iKeablr Active Member

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    Why don't you do it the way Gitykins says because that one will always work. You didn't need to write what you wrote. Because of the simple fact is that Gitykins was helping you.
  7. Jesuspwnt

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    All apart from Keynote Remote; And The other way works on all apart from Weather.
    So they're Practically Identical;

    I like having everything of mine organised, and a Icon folder with hundreds of Icons doesn't do that for me;

    As i said, everybody does it differently, And since you can have multiple files in a Folders/application.app/ dependant on what you want said app to do / look like.
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    If you're themeing elements of the app other than the icon, then do it that way. "Icons" is just easier to do because you don't have to go poking around for the .app name and you can just do it via the springboard name.
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    ^^^Exactly^^^
    That makes life much more easier​

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