Alright, so I've gotten to where I'm now convinced I've acquired "Theme OCD" (obsessive-compulsive disorder), particularly when it comes to my lockscreen. I've got probably 20 different themes in Winterboard that I like to change on a daily basis (if not more often). However some themes, as you know, come with a pre-existing wallpaper installed. I like to changed not only my theme, but also my wallpaper quite often and I like the convenience of being able to select it from the photo roll, respring, and move on. I know I can change these "static wallpaper" themes by changing the .png or .jpeg in the actual theme, but that can be a bit tedious on the fly. I'm learning as I go on how the coding works when it comes to a theme and have no problem changing things around, but I'm by no means a pro. In other words, I don't know the "layout" of the code (if there's a basic formula that designers kinda follow to make a theme work). NOW...with all that being said...my question is this... Is there some specific line of code in EVERY theme (particularly lockscreen ones) that I can change so I can set my own wallpaper from the photo roll? If so, what line of code would that be and what line of code would I need to substitute to accomplish this? This may be a pretty stupid and noobish question, but I'm still learning and I figure this is something that could come in pretty handy. Thanks for any help!