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  1. jsimpson's Avatar
    Hey all, first post here.

    I recently used Spirit to Jailbreak my 3G running 3.1.3 (with no problems!) and have a small annoyance with it.

    My statusbar time, ON/OFF sliders, and badge #'s are slightly upward from their original positioning.



    I haven't touched these since the screenshots were taken. For some reason, and I can't quite place it, all 3 of these things have been raised upwards. I've searched and searched and found no mention of it on any sites so I'm hoping somebody can help me.

    Thank you.
    2010-05-14 07:07 AM
  2. robben10's Avatar
    Restore and try again... Maybe that might help
    2010-05-14 01:41 PM
  3. jkmonkey's Avatar
    I don't think that's being caused by the spirit jb. Something else you installed maybe? Try uninstalling any themes you have and see how it looks.
    2010-05-14 03:13 PM
  4. dr0herb's Avatar
    This was not caused by the spirit jb. This is user error, and the user blames the product. How dare you.
    2010-05-14 03:18 PM
  5. jsimpson's Avatar
    robben10: I just might try that. Thank you.

    jkmonkey: I turned off any/all themes I had on in Winterboard; including sound themes so that everything was off. It was still being caused by something. I'll try reinstalling some of my packages to see if it changes anything. Thanks!

    dr0herb: Let's try to calm down. Thanks.
    2010-05-14 07:46 PM
  6. jkmonkey's Avatar
    If you don't have any themes running then I would go with robben10's suggestion and try a restore. But before you you rejailbreak take a look a the status bar if the time is still raised a little bit the it's something in your backup that's causing it. There are certain things from jailbreaking that carry over to a restore from backup. Like the carrier icon for example.
    2010-05-14 11:14 PM
  7. jsimpson's Avatar
    jrmonkey: I just completed a restore + restore from backup and everything was in the correct place before the jailbreak. I just re-jailbroke and it's still all peachy

    The only trouble with this is that I have to re-download and configure everything but at least I think I know what the culprit was. Fontswap. Pretty sure that is what messed everything up, but I can't be 100% sure now.

    Thanks everyone for the suggestions!
    2010-05-15 12:58 AM
  8. nerddownthestreet's Avatar
    I have this problem when I use FontSwap and set the font under System to Default. If this is the case, tap restore default fonts and respring. This fixed it for me!
    2010-05-15 01:08 PM
  9. jsimpson's Avatar
    Thanks for the tip! I figured it was fontswap.
    2010-05-15 03:12 PM
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