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  1. anarchypower's Avatar
    Dear All,

    I am working on a lockscreen theme and I'm experiencing some problems.
    Please note that I'm an amature and I do all my themeing by reverse engineering other themes and learning how other themers solved their problems.
    However, I fail to achieve the following:

    Lockscreen clock & slider transparency-552188d1320559079-lockscreen-slider-imageuploadedbymodmyi1320559140.672142.jpg

    Please note the Clock and the Slider. There are a lot of elements transparent, the entire clock bar is made transparent. Also the surroundings of the 'Slide to Unlock'.
    I fail to find how this works...I have tried many things, but most of the stuff I do seems to be not working on iOS6 anymore...Has anyone figured this out on iOS6 please? If so, are you willing to share your work/method?

    Thanks in advance,
    2013-02-20 09:45 AM
  2. Dedegarrido's Avatar
    If you know how to use iFile.. all the lock screen images are located or at or at TelephonyUI.framework; remembering that TelephonyUI.framework is at "/system/library/private/TelephonyUI.framework" and is somewhere at "system/library/mobile/coreservices/" (in not 100% sure if I actually directed you throw all "folders" to get there since I am not with my iPhone...) I can help you with your theme possibly on monday 4th when my iPhone 5 arrives. but the name of the files at "" from the lock screen are ( [email protected]~iphone // [email protected]~iphone // [email protected]~iphone // [email protected] // [email protected]), and on the TelephonyUI.framework are ( [email protected]~iphone // [email protected]~iphone // [email protected]~iphone // [email protected]~iphone)

    NOTE: every image there is a .png file. BACKUP every file before modifying it. try using the original images as a "model" for your mods.
    Last edited by Dedegarrido; 2013-02-26 at 11:23 PM.
    2013-02-26 11:20 PM
  3. Dedegarrido's Avatar
    The rest of the slider that you want to hide; as I've seen the picture today; is at TelephonyUI.framework, more specifically files "[email protected]~iphone.png" and "[email protected]~iphone.png".
    2013-02-27 11:41 PM