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Translucent Folders on IPhone Screen

Wildwily

macrumors newbie
Original poster
May 13, 2011
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My son played with my iPhone and changed the look. I have multiple similar aps stacked together. He played with my settings and the background of the screen holding my stacked aps from translucent to dark grey.

I HATE IT and want my translucent look back. I went through all the settings and searched the web and can't seem to find what he did.

Any help would be appreciated as to get the original translucency back. He said he had played around in the "Settings" but now can't remember what he did.
 

ionjohn

macrumors 65816
Jun 5, 2013
1,185
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Canada
My son played with my iPhone and changed the look. I have multiple similar aps stacked together. He played with my settings and the background of the screen holding my stacked aps from translucent to dark grey.

I HATE IT and want my translucent look back. I went through all the settings and searched the web and can't seem to find what he did.

Any help would be appreciated as to get the original translucency back. He said he had played around in the "Settings" but now can't remember what he did.

Why you letting him use it? anyway, you just go in settings, general, accessibility, increase contrast, uncheck reduce transparency.
 
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Wildwily

macrumors newbie
Original poster
May 13, 2011
5
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BLESS YOU, BLESS YOU BLESS YOU.

Still going to make him sweep the yard and lose his video games for a day!
 
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E2EK1EL

macrumors 6502
Nov 19, 2012
493
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lol don't be too hard on him, he's just a kid! It's apple's fault, they should have a "kid mode"

They do, it's called stock iOS 7

 
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jonnyb098

macrumors 68040
Nov 16, 2010
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How long does it take for parents to realize if you give an iPhone or iPad to a kid, They WILL either A. Screw it up or B start trying to purchase things. Parental controls , learn what they are and turn them on.
 
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