Replacing an app's icon

iluvifone

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Jun 28, 2010
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I use a different browser on my iphone, from the app store.

It is called atomic web browser. Unfortunately, the logo is ugly as ****, and ruins the whole look of my springboard. I decided to replace the logo with the original safari logo, which is much better looking. For some reason, I continually get an ugly shadow at the bottom of the logo.

I thought that maybe the safari png file was at fault, so I tried another icon (the bitesms one), and it also displayed the shadow, which leads me to believe that there is some other png file (of a dark shadow) that is overlayed, or mixed, with the icon png file.

Can anyone help me?

Here is what it looks like: (note the current safari logo and the atomic web one, i changed my background to white, so its easily visible)

http://i44.tinypic.com/nog1p0.png


Thanks
 

THE dAY

macrumors 6502
Jul 22, 2010
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SFV California
The default Safari icon and all Default and Cydia apps are sized at 118x120px.
The appstore icons are sized at 114x114px.

Here I cropped the Safari to 114x114.
 

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iluvifone

macrumors 6502
Original poster
Jun 28, 2010
281
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The default Safari icon and all Default and Cydia apps are sized at 118x120px.
The appstore icons are sized at 114x114px.

Here I cropped the Safari to 114x114.
Wow I didn't know that, thanks! And your icon worked perfectly, thanks again! :D
 
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