positioning folders

MrThompsonR

macrumors 6502
Dec 15, 2009
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anywhere on the screen

how can it be done?

Thanks
D/L / install iBlank to create "blank" icons to create one or several empty spaces on your screen. Place visible icons around to create a pattern if you wish. I wanted a clean/ empty "Homescreen" so I put one empty icon on my home screen and moved all my apps/ folders to the second screen.

Home Screen



second app/ folders screen with 4 blank icons in the top row in order to not block the on screen clock.



This also makes it easier to view info when I swipe to pull down the Lockinfo Shade...

 

MrThompsonR

macrumors 6502
Dec 15, 2009
335
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how do I get rid of the black shadow the folder leaves?
Found this on ModMyi.com

"here is how to remove icon shadows...


Quote:
Originally Posted by thetjshow View Post
SSH in or iFile using this path: /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app

Remove:
WallpaperIconDockShadow@2x
WallpaperIconShadow@2x

Respring...Shadows from iBlank should be gone.

if not delete the other wallpapericondock.pngs"
 

Nautilus007

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Jul 13, 2007
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Found this on ModMyi.com

"here is how to remove icon shadows...


Quote:
Originally Posted by thetjshow View Post
SSH in or iFile using this path: /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app

Remove:
WallpaperIconDockShadow@2x
WallpaperIconShadow@2x

Respring...Shadows from iBlank should be gone.

if not delete the other wallpapericondock.pngs"


just did this works perfectly.
 
where is that file to delete, can I do it via the iphone?
two things...first, stop bumping. Its against forum rules and is just annoying.

second, SSH into your phone a drive down to that folder. Do a search on these forums or google to learn how to SSH. You can do it through iFile if you wish, but IMO its harder. However, iFile works just like Finder. Drive down until you see the file and delete it. Viola!
 

doyle369

macrumors regular
Original poster
Jun 23, 2010
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Im lost ive downloaded ssh

and something called WinSCP, but I dont know what my username and password is
 

pixelated

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Oct 21, 2008
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OP: you have iFile, and so have no need to SSH in this scenario.

Navigate to /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app in iFile, and delete:
WallpaperIconDockShadow@2x
WallpaperIconShadow@2x
This is all here already, whats the problem?
 
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