ok...so, i don't know what is the problem, but is a problem of many other icons of this theme...to solve it, you have to put Facebook.png and Facebook@2x.png icons into Zorsha.theme/Icons...if you do that, the shadow will disappears...it appears only when you open multitasking or folders, but i think you can accept this
leonlink wrote:ok...so, i don't know what is the problem, but is a problem of many other icons of this theme...to solve it, you have to put Facebook.png and Facebook@2x.png icons into Zorsha.theme/Icons...if you do that, the shadow will disappears...it appears only when you open multitasking or folders, but i think you can accept this
Agree with leonlink, it's the same thing that happens with the theme LIMBO HD, and generally with the themes who only have one template, for all the icons.
If you put icons in the right bundle folder, something weird happens with the overlay of the icons...so the only solution it's to use the ICONS folder...or two separate templates, one for System & Cydia apps, one for AppStore icons...
Bawstun wrote:Thank you very much for the help regarding the icon shadow issue...
I have gone into my Zorsha theme folder and unless I'm missing it I don't see an Icons folder? All I have is Bundles, Spare Icons, & _MACOSX.
I tried creating a new folder called Icons and put Facebook.png and Facebook@2x.png into that folder but that didn't solve the issue.
Any help on what I'm not doing right? Sorry...pretty sure I can figure out whatever it is I need to do, I'm just not good at theming.
Do this: 1) Deselect all your themes from Winterboard and respring 2) Make sure you have created a folder called "Icons", without the " ", and put inside this folder the icons that you see in a bad status, calling them .png and @2x.png. For Example Facebook.png and Facebook@2x.png. NOTE: The icons must be called like the name in which they appear in your Springboard. So if Facebook icon has been renamed in FB, the icon in Icons folder has to be renamed in that way. 3) open iFile (or a filebrowser like WinSCP for SSH entry), go to /var/mobile/Library/Caches and delete com.apple.IconsCache. Then Respring 4) Activates Your Winterboard themes and respring
After all, if you do all these steps, you should see your icon in a perfect state.
Let me Know
Last edited by leonlink on May 27th, 2011, 7:58 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Thanks once again but this does not appear to be working. I did every step correctly (I believe) and the same shadowed icon appears. In my Springboard the Facebook app folder labels the default icon Icon.png and Icon@2x.png, so I created a folder called Icons and placed it in my Zorsha's theme main folder with Icon.png and Icon@2x.png with the Zorsha themed style. Deleted the com icon cache folder, reselected the theme in Winterboard and resprung but only with the same problem with the icon. :-!
Soon I'll release an icon pack for this theme...just finishing some icons and then it'll be out. As always, icon was made from scratch, except some artwork that I wanted to keep for their originality...