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  1. princebrand's Avatar
    Hey all,

    I've put up a new video showing iSwap v.2's interoperability with Dock and XLaunch as well as a preview of an upcoming feature: Multi-Theme.

    Each screen can now have its own visual theme.

    Take a look:



    Cheers!

    -KennX
    2007-09-04 09:59 PM
  2. ryaker's Avatar
    any reason this hasn't been put into installer.app yet.
    I want an easy way to install a theme switcher and themes.
    And know which themes are compatable with what launchers/summerboard.
    2007-09-04 10:03 PM
  3. outsited's Avatar
    i would use this if when you swapped it was instantaneous and not having to reunlock the phone. i like the idea of the program. nice job
    2007-09-04 10:20 PM
  4. billchase2's Avatar
    any reason this hasn't been put into installer.app yet.
    I want an easy way to install a theme switcher and themes.
    i was wondering that as well.
    2007-09-04 11:49 PM
  5. EmoRebellion's Avatar
    i would use this if when you swapped it was instantaneous and not having to reunlock the phone. i like the idea of the program. nice job
    The problem is that the Springboard service needs to be restarted in order for the new theme to show up. When you kill springboard, it kicks you back to the lock screen. I really doubt this will change even as new versions come out.
    2007-09-05 12:01 AM
  6. hartsteins's Avatar
    I am trying to add a fifth screen.app and am unable to do so.

    I have followed the instructions in the read-me closely but to no avail.

    1) I altered the iSwap.sh file to add an additional screen as well as adjusted the #4 screen to accomodate an additional one.

    2) Created Screen5.app by duplicating Screen4.app

    3) Adjusted plist in Screen5.app to read 5 instead of 4

    4) Renamed Screen4.sh to Screen5.sh

    After this is done iPhone is restarted. It opens to whichever screen was last viewed. When ANY screen button is pressed, corresponding default.png loads (I have different load graphics for each screen), but then iSwap returns the phone to the original screen as opposed to loading newly selected one.

    Deleting the newly added code in iSwap.sh immediately fixes the problem.
    2007-09-09 07:27 PM
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