1. BrianJ's Avatar
    Sorry if this has been covered before, but I searched to no avail.....

    I'm trying to figure out how to have a Summerboard theme with NO dock background...I thought if I just deleted the Dock.png file that it would just go away...but when I do this then the standard default dock background shows up...do you have to add a completely transparent dock image?

    I've even tried downloading themes that have no dock background, but no luck...the default dock background is still present...I went into customize to see if I could get rid of it...but there was nothing else there to switch to, and there was no delete option....

    I could delete it manually, but I don't know where it's located...any ideas???

    Brian
    2008-01-02 08:46 AM
  2. oodatboioo's Avatar
    u can make the dock that come with your theme transparent!
    2008-01-02 08:55 AM
  3. BrianJ's Avatar
    How do you make it transparent???

    But more importantly, when you have a theme that doesn't even include a dock, then WHY is the default dock being used...the default dock file isn't in the summerboard theme folder...so why is it being applied when using a theme with no dock...??? How can you stop this...???
    2008-01-02 10:10 AM
  4. oodatboioo's Avatar
    u can download paint.net which is free and get any dock u want open it in paint.net and make it transparent. that's all
    2008-01-02 03:33 PM
  5. mzkaye729's Avatar
    Or you can load the Dock.png file into Photoshop and change the opacity to 0... that should make it transparent
    2008-01-02 06:14 PM
  6. BrianJ's Avatar
    Thanks guys...I'll try that...

    But I still need to know how to get rid of the "STOCK" dock as I can't apply any theme that doesn't have a dock because the stock dock gets applied...any other ideas???

    Brian
    2008-01-02 06:48 PM
  7. Jasper44's Avatar
    Delete SBDockBG2.png from system/library/coreservices/springboard.app
    2008-01-03 07:25 AM
  8. BrianJ's Avatar
    Delete SBDockBG2.png from system/library/coreservices/springboard.app
    Thank you! After a bunch of trying to learn, I finally was able to make a transparent dock background...which seems to work well...but just getting rid of that file will be great!

    Brian
    2008-01-03 10:23 AM
  9. brando88's Avatar
    you could've just downloaded DSI:Transparent in Themes (Customize) in installer.app

    it has a bunch of transparent/semi-transparent dock images
    2008-01-05 12:00 AM
  10. itouchcloth's Avatar
    yo....thanks jasper nice work, that dock image was seriously shitting me
    2008-01-11 08:20 AM
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