Resolved Winterboard won't theme camera icon?

Jsansai

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Aug 26, 2012
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So I was using iFile to replace some Jaku icons I didn't like. Everything turned out fine, but the camera icon wasn't themed. I have tried reloading settings with Springtomize, respringing with winterboard, and rebooting. However they did not successfully retheme the camera icon. Does anyone know what to do? Here is how my homescreen looks like:
http://i.imgur.com/RrCYW.jpg

And here is how the bundles folder looks like in iFile:
http://i.imgur.com/AvOWR.png
 
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Dwalls90

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So I was using iFile to replace some Jaku icons I didn't like. Everything turned out fine, but the camera icon wasn't themed. I have tried reloading settings with Springtomize, respringing with winterboard, and rebooting. However they did not successfully retheme the camera icon. Does anyone know what to do? Here is how my homescreen looks like:
http://i.imgur.com/RrCYW.jpg

And here is how the bundles folder looks like in iFile:
http://i.imgur.com/AvOWR.png
Odd.

It's definitely the "Camera@2x~iphone.png" label.

I would disable the theme, restart your phone, re-enable it and then respring.
 

Sital

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May 31, 2012
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So I was using iFile to replace some Jaku icons I didn't like. Everything turned out fine, but the camera icon wasn't themed. I have tried reloading settings with Springtomize, respringing with winterboard, and rebooting. However they did not successfully retheme the camera icon. Does anyone know what to do? Here is how my homescreen looks like:
http://i.imgur.com/RrCYW.jpg

And here is how the bundles folder looks like in iFile:
http://i.imgur.com/AvOWR.png
Look in the theme's "Folders" folder...there's probably a Camera.app folder with a png file or two that you need to replace.
 

Jsansai

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Aug 26, 2012
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Odd.

It's definitely the "Camera@2x~iphone.png" label.

I would disable the theme, restart your phone, re-enable it and then respring.
Tried that right now. No luck there.

Look in the theme's "Folders" folder...there's probably a Camera.app folder with a png file or two that you need to replace.
Theres no "Folders" folder... there's bundles, templates, and UISounds. But Bundles is the only folder that has any type of .png.
 

Jsansai

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Aug 26, 2012
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Resolved my problem guys. I deleted the com.apple.camera bundle folder and created a new one with the new icons and it seemed to work for some reason. Thanks for the help though guys, appreciate it