1. w00dS's Avatar
    The globe is linkable to Safari..i dont think he has the right icons in his folder else they would show up.

    DarkoNova..check your Dusk icon folder and make sure the globe icon and the google search icon is in there.
    Didn't you originally post that page with the globe as part of the background?

    But, I think you're right....He must not have the icons.
    2010-07-11 12:48 AM
  2. ziggy7's Avatar
    Didn't you originally post that page with the globe as part of the background?

    But, I think you're right....He must not have the icons.
    no..i just posted a different globe
    2010-07-11 12:52 AM
  3. w00dS's Avatar
    Here's two of them.....I can't find the other one.
    Attached Thumbnails [Released] DUSK-google.png   [Released] DUSK-safari.png  
    2010-07-11 12:55 AM
  4. ziggy7's Avatar
    The other one is just a Web Clip
    2010-07-11 12:59 AM
  5. DarkoNova's Avatar
    Yeah, I have the google image in my icons folder, right now the file path is /private/var/stash/themes.xx/dusk/icons/

    Should I move it to another folder? Or is that the correct folder?

    Matt
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    2010-07-11 01:02 AM
  6. w00dS's Avatar
    Well crap, I went in and checked the names of files using iFile and I decided to try and rename "MobileSafari.app" to "Safari.app".

    Now I have no Safari.

    I've even tried renaming it to "MobileSafari.app".

    I did notice, however, that I had no "globe" or "google search" icons in my folder for some reason.

    Matt
    Rename your safari icon "Safari.png" Minus the quotes of course. All of your icons should have the extension .png

    The other one is just a Web Clip
    Hahahahahaha....oh yea.
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    2010-07-11 01:18 AM
  7. ziggy7's Avatar
    DarkoNova..that is the correct folder
    2010-07-11 01:25 AM
  8. DarkoNova's Avatar
    Rename your safari icon "Safari.png" Minus the quotes of course. All of your icons should have the extension .png
    It already is named Safari.png.

    I just copied the MobileSafari.app folder to my desktop, deleted it from the phone, put it back on the phone and now it shows up...but when I try to open Safari it opens for a split second and then closes.

    Can someone upload their mobilesafari.app folder so I can try putting that on my phone? I don't think I damaged it but something's not right.

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    2010-07-11 01:27 AM
  9. ziggy7's Avatar
    Just place the icons that wOOds kindly posted into your Dusk icons folder.
    2010-07-11 01:29 AM
  10. w00dS's Avatar
    I must be missing something. Are you looking in the Icons folder in the main theme?
    2010-07-11 01:34 AM
  11. ziggy7's Avatar
    DarkoNova..i'm on my phone atm so i can't..wOOds can you help him with that
    2010-07-11 01:34 AM
  12. w00dS's Avatar
    Zig....Yea. I'll help him out.
    2010-07-11 01:38 AM
  13. DarkoNova's Avatar
    I must be missing something. Are you looking in the Icons folder in the main theme?
    Yes, that's the only place that there's a "google.png" file. Is that where I put the Safari file? Do I need to convert it to a .png file before putting it in the folder?

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    2010-07-11 01:40 AM
  14. w00dS's Avatar
    Yes, that's the only place that there's a "google.png" file. Is that where I put the Safari file? Do I need to convert it to a .png file before putting it in the folder?

    Matt
    Yes....you will need to convert it to a .png file first.
    Also, is the Goolge search bar showing up across the top?
    2010-07-11 01:44 AM
  15. DarkoNova's Avatar
    Nope, still not sure why.

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    2010-07-11 01:47 AM
  16. w00dS's Avatar
    Make sure the file is spelled and capitalized correctly.... Google.png
    2010-07-11 01:48 AM
  17. DarkoNova's Avatar
    Yup, spelled and capitalized correctly.

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    2010-07-11 01:59 AM
  18. w00dS's Avatar
    Ok...I'm sorry if this seems trivial but I'm trying to figure something out.
    In winterboard, do you have a plug in or widget or anything else selected above the main theme? If so, look in that Icon folder for another icon for Google. That will take precedent since it will be on top. Let me know what yoiu find...
    2010-07-11 02:03 AM
  19. ziggy7's Avatar
    Place the two icons that wOOds posted earlier in your Dusk icons folder then respring.
    2010-07-11 02:03 AM
  20. DarkoNova's Avatar
    Ok...I'm sorry if this seems trivial but I'm trying to figure something out.
    In winterboard, do you have a plug in or widget or anything else selected above the main theme? If so, look in that Icon folder for another icon for Google. That will take precedent since it will be on top. Let me know what yoiu find...
    Ahhh, I SSH'd the "Dusk Icons" folder into the Themes folder, and that has a "Google.png" icon in it. As soon as I moved that below "Dusk" in Winterboard, the Google bar and Safari globe showed up.

    Now the only problem is what I did to Safari. It just opens for a split second and then closes.

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    2010-07-11 02:10 AM
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