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    About an hour of sketching on the Wacom to see how well this would work. Turns out, it's fairly usable. I think I want to go back and redo icons like Photos, Calculator and Clock to be more in the style of Installer, Mail and iLight.

    Of course I had replaced all the app icons manually just minutes before finding out that the latest SummerBoard update added icon support to their theme sets (so I switched all the apps back to their originals and dumped the icons in a theme set instead... much simpler!)

    Theme posted here

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    1. EdubyaD 80 months ago | reply

      That's awesome.

    2. ahurley 80 months ago | reply

      Very cool. I've been playing with the SummerBoard icon sets, too. I might need to have you drop me this set. It's very nice.

    3. roogster 80 months ago | reply

      Yes, these are sweet, if you make them available I'd like them as well.

    4. someToast 80 months ago | reply

      Posted here. Added a mini-dock image, refined a few icons and tweaked the background.

    5. Yong Hwee 79 months ago | reply

      This is quite pretty!

    6. GB glass 71 months ago | reply

      Very cool! I'm in the market for a tablet. Which Wacom do you like?

    7. someToast 71 months ago | reply

      The two I have are 6x8" ~7 year old Intuos and have held up great.

      I can't say I'm a big fan of the shoulder buttons on the Intuos models available now, but I'm sure that the underlying tech of the tablet itself is as good.

    8. GB glass 71 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the insights.

    9. spencertaleon 64 months ago | reply

      this is sick! how do you put wall paper on iphones?

    10. someToast 64 months ago | reply

      You need to jailbreak the phone.

      Springboard lets you customize some launcher behavior, the wallpaper, and icons (at least it used to... probably still does, but I've been running a standard phone since 2.0 came out).

      This theme was available in Installer for a while, but I think it's been pulled.

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