BetterCut tutorial??

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  1. t0ph0id

    t0ph0id Well-Known Member
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    I've never used bettercut and am after a tutorial

    I have this homescreen

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    want to change the GMail icon to the same green as everything else.

    How do I do it?
     

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  2. Tim K

    Tim K Well-Known Member
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    use an image editor to create an icon of your choosing. send it to your phone. save it. go into bettercut and edit your gmail shortcut. Click on "change icon" and then choose your picture from wherever you saved it.
     
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  3. t0ph0id

    t0ph0id Well-Known Member
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    That was easier than I was expecting.
    thanks.
     
  4. shawn1224

    shawn1224 Ex CEO-DNPSEA foundation
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    GIMP is pretty good and not as complicated as Photoshop ... and it's free
     
  5. Nismo

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    what agenda widget is that? and how did you get no transparent background behind your clock?
     
  6. iPhone2Droid

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    You might also want to search icon packs in the Market. Just about all of 'em are free. Odds are, there might be one with a green theme, containing oodles of potential replacement icons.
     
  7. shrink57

    shrink57 Well-Known Member
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    The clock is Beautiful Widgets. You have a choice of many skins (including transparent) to chose from.
     
  8. thenestor

    thenestor Well-Known Member
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    Easiest solution would be to install the Gmail Unread Count widget (which allows you to see how many unread emails there are). When you add the widget, it allows you to pick an icon, including "2D Green" and "3D Green."

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    market://search?q=pname:se.alexanderblom.gmailunreadcount
     
  9. t0ph0id

    t0ph0id Well-Known Member
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    Finished

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