•Before I begin, I give credit to Angelman8: [link] for being the first to show me this theme.
•I also want to give credit to kol for the iPhone .psd!!! [link]
•With my version, besides getting the different colors; -The whole theme will fit on *EVERY* device screen. If you haven't notice the original Typophone clock did not fully fit on the screen. -Move some stuff around, but nothing to worry about. -Changed fonts -Pushed the slider back a little so it will even up with the original slider.
•For more info behind the theme please check out the INFORMATION on the original one. [link] Same goes for installing, etc...
I'm having trouble getting this to work on my phone, I'm simple taking your files and replacing them in the /var/stash/Themes/Typophone4 File one by one, but when i respring i have like a double theme going on, the orginal and yours on top, just resized with no color changes. What am i doing wrong here? I'm using iPhoneBrowser to replace the files.
Hi, I went for your 'enix' version in the end - moved only the images over leaving my existing config with the spilling off screen and hidden 'unlock' text - but now it's November, I see only October was customised in the peach/orange colour and with your custom font..
I tried opening the PSD in photoshop to try to apply the same to the other months but it complained about missing fonts which one did you use for October?
awesome work but would you consider doing a version of the original theme just with your colour schemes? I particularly liked the dual colour sliders/couldn't quite work out how to edit the original to incorporate them..
It's like you heard my wish honestly I was thinking about colors in there since I started to use the original and finally here it is, Thank god This is going on my lockscreen now instead of the boring white
If you could do it using codes, I hope you would spare some of your time to do it. It will be really good since it will save a lot of time and boost further creativities in theming and modding. I find hard times to change every single png images using PS just to change the font, colors and size of them. Imagine if they are all done in just changing the codes. Thanks.
I thought you were using scripts for the different colors. I just realized it was Angleman8's method of using different .png images. Would be interesting if somebody with proper coding knowledge would do it using css codes, for example. Anyway, thanks a lot for your creativity and share.