Category Archives: Apple iDevices
This theme provides round clock faces for LiveClock in black and white. Designed for iPhone and iPod Touch. If you have an iPad, use the iPad LiveClock theme instead. Revision History 1.0 – Initial release.
This theme is for the Clockify app. If you don’t have Clockify, shame on you. It’s a great little program that makes the clock on the springboard show the actual time instead of just being a picture of a clock. … Continue reading
Occasionally, like a certain former President, I will invent new words. At the risk of being misunderestimated, I would like to throw one of them out there and see if it will stick. It has to do with the strategery of … Continue reading
This Winterboard theme provides white text labels with shadowing for your icons. Revision History: 1.0 Initial release.
This is a WinterBoard theme that resizes WeatherIcon so it displays correctly on the iPad. Requires WinterBoard, WeatherIcon and Weather.app installed on iPad. Note: To get Weather.app on your iPad, use SSH or other method to copy it from the Applications … Continue reading
This is a collection of themes for LiveClock on the iPad. Since the iPad uses a slightly larger default icon size than the iPhone or iPod Touch, the existing LiveClock and associated themes will appear too small and distorted. These themes … Continue reading
Over at JBQA I’ve seen the occasional query about how to host a Cydia Repository. Since I figured it all out and did it myself, I should go ahead and tell how I did it. I started by reading the … Continue reading
NOTICE 3/2/2012: due to legal concerns, the iPad Missing Apps have been removed from the Pepper dot Net repo. I recommend you instead use the Belfry package, available on Cydia. NOTICE 4/17/2012: chpwn, the creator of Spire, has informed me that the … Continue reading
This is a WinterBoard theme of the at&t logo which should work on all devices using the at&t US carrier. It replaces the text AT&T and AT&T M-Cell with graphics: This package might work better for some devices than the original … Continue reading