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Hi guys I made a skin for my HTC EVO shift today using a chromebook, some old skins, some pngs from a cm7 theme and some sorta zipsigner for Android. The bug at hand is the indicator on the homescreen over the dock is recognizing the dock as an arc and not a flat dock, so its curving down into my dock png when I scroll over.

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    • Rom: Unofficial CM11
    • Theme: Stock
    • Launcher: Google Experiance Launcher
    • Android Version: 4.4.2
    • Kernal: 3.4.0-cyanogenmod hroark13@dev1 #1 Mon Mar 10 19:03:05 EDT 2014
    • Memory: 836 MB
    • CPU: ARMv7 Processor rev 4 (v71)
    • SELinux status: Permissive
 
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You'll probably have to change the indicator pngs, I remember seeing a couple skins with a flat indicator... I just searched Sense 2.3 skins when I had the device

 
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You'll probably have to change the indicator pngs, I remember seeing a couple skins with a flat indicator... I just searched Sense 2.3 skins when I had the device

Well uh i have another problem, I don't know how to change the name of the skin. Do you know how to do this? I looked on a few forums and apparently there's a folder in /res/ called values and I have to edit the strings.xml and in all my skins there's no values folder at all.

Phones:
  • Zte Awe
    • Rom: Unofficial CM11
    • Theme: Stock
    • Launcher: Google Experiance Launcher
    • Android Version: 4.4.2
    • Kernal: 3.4.0-cyanogenmod hroark13@dev1 #1 Mon Mar 10 19:03:05 EDT 2014
    • Memory: 836 MB
    • CPU: ARMv7 Processor rev 4 (v71)
    • SELinux status: Permissive
 
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Well uh i have another problem, I don't know how to change the name of the skin. Do you know how to do this? I looked on a few forums and apparently there's a folder in /res/ called values and I have to edit the strings.xml and in all my skins there's no values folder at all.
Sorry it's been to long. I joined the dark side and have been on Samsung for awhile.

 
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The only way to see the Values folders is by decompiling the apk with apktool.
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There is an apktool for Android now... It's still beta but I've got a link if you guys want it

 
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HERE is a noob friendly tool I've used to decompile apks. It may be helpful to you.
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