1. gabessdsp's Avatar
    I have made 5 different images
    AppIconShadow.png
    SwitcherIconShadow.png
    SwitcherIconShadow`iphone.png
    WallpaperIconDockShadow`iphone.png
    WallpaperIconDockShadow.png

    and have places one of each file in:
    /Bundles
    /Bundles/com.apple.mobileicons.framework/
    /Bundles/com.apple.springboard

    and the shadow works for the dock icons but not for the icons on the main SpringBoard (wallpaper)

    What am I doing wrong?
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    2011-04-19 03:59 AM
  2. RWNYOUNG82's Avatar
    I have made 5 different images
    AppIconShadow.png
    SwitcherIconShadow.png
    SwitcherIconShadow`iphone.png
    WallpaperIconDockShadow`iphone.png
    WallpaperIconDockShadow.png

    and have places one of each file in:
    /Bundles
    /Bundles/com.apple.mobileicons.framework/
    /Bundles/com.apple.springboard

    and the shadow works for the dock icons but not for the icons on the main SpringBoard (wallpaper)

    What am I doing wrong?

    try this

    [email protected]~iphone.png
    [email protected]~iphone.png
    [email protected]~iphone.png
    [email protected]~iphone.png
    2012-07-04 06:10 PM
  3. butler007's Avatar
    The above go in the mobileicons.framework folder.
    The mask is a black and white image where black areas are made invisible and white areas are made visable (MUST be saved as a 24-bit .png file)
    Overlay is literally an overlay, but only works on certain apps so is probably best to make transarent if you want a consistent theme
    Shadow is again, literally a shadow for all icons

    Hope this all helps!
    Hit 'thanks' if I helped, email [email protected] with questions, requests, and compliments
    2012-08-04 12:52 AM
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