Dude...where's that ultracool Leopard wallpaper you had? Looks like you could still use that with this. I installed, but when back because I like my 4th row being part of my "look". Very cool app, tho...no doubt!
You may need to install BSD Subsystem to get it to work. It should just start up once you install it.I installed this but for some reason I cannot get it to work?? Do I have to do something specific to enable this??
It is pretty distracting. I am transferring all the data I have on it to another drive so I can take it back to Best Buy today. It's a 1TB drive, and apparently the double drive ones have fans in them that are really really loud.loved the app, but i was distracted by that WD My Book light on the left
Yep i'm eyeballing them 1TB drives running the 320's and 2x 500's at the mo - just love emIt is pretty distracting. I am transferring all the data I have on it to another drive so I can take it back to Best Buy today. It's a 1TB drive, and apparently the double drive ones have fans in them that are really really loud.
That and it vibrates my desk and makes even more noise, if you can see I have it setting on a box to help pad the noise.
Shutdown the iPhone..it usually take just one time...some people mentioned couple of times before it worked for them. Regards.BSD Subsystem is installed.
Still cannot access this program?? WHEN GOING TO THE MAIN PAGE I SHOULD JUST BE ABLE TO SCROLL CORRECT?? Sorry for the caps - to lazy to retype!!
Open your wallpaper image in Photoshop, go to Image -> Canvas Size. Set clamp to the down arrow. Change it from 320x480 to 320x91. Save it as /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app/SBDockBG2.pngAlso, does anyone know of a way to completely hid the doc image so that the wallpaper image completely covers the phone? I tried renaming the springboard dock image file so that it wouldn't load it, but it simply displayed black bar in it's place. I am assuming that is because springboard calls a function to make the background black.
Any ideas? I guess I could create a small dock background file that would "complete" the background image but that would be a pain in the you know what. PLUS, that would not allow me to quickly switch backgrounds on the fly (as this app allows you to do). If I were to create a transparent image in photoshop as the dock background would that simply show the black or the wallpaper? Any ideas?
Are you using 1.0.0, or 1.0.1? I have 1.0.2 and it works fine. I have everything installed but:I still cannot get this thing to work - any other ideas??
Are you using 1.0.0, or 1.0.1? I have 1.0.2 and it works fine. I have everything installed but:
Maybe it has a dependancy that I have that you don't have.