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Here's a plain transparent background. It's already named, and everything for you to start with.
http://db.tt/2bm8PfcD
I use a photo editor called paint.net found here
http://www.getpaint.net/download.html to edit what ever picture I want. Then I import the the picture to the Pulldown.
Then zip it up or go copy it over a Pulldown in the morphology.zip and flash it that way.
n00bish question, but, where exactly does the backdrop.png belong? From what I previously understood, modding the backdrop required decompiling the SystemUI and/or Framework, right? Or am I just over thinking this?

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n00bish question, but, where exactly does the backdrop.png belong? From what I previously understood, modding the backdrop required decompiling the SystemUI and/or Framework, right? Or am I just over thinking this?

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Lol it's okay. Once you make the pulldown you want you name it pulldown.png, and go to the morphology.zip you put on your computer. Open it up and click on pdgd, and click on any color in there, and systemui.apk, app, res, drawable-xhdpi, and drop it there, and then put it back on your phone sd card and flash. In aroma pick that color that you replaced with your new pulldown, and that's all.
Does that help?

Edit: Or use one of the pulldown zips I posted, and place it on your computer. Open it, and click on MORPH, system, app, SystemUi.apk, res, drawable-xhdpi. Delete or paste/drop your new pulldown.png over the one in the drawable-xhdpi folder. Then close the folder, and put it on your sd card, and flash.
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Here's one for the editing, made it on the way to work, going to turn it into a pulldown tonightClick image for larger version

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Heres a screenie.....

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Here's one for the editing, made it on the way to work, going to turn it into a pulldown tonightAttachment 1644592
Show us what it looks like after you finish it.

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Default Create one for me please =D

If you get the time can you create this pull down background for me please

 
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If you get the time can you create this pull down background for me please

Do you want it just like the picture with no transparency?

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If you get the time can you create this pull down background for me please

I made it with a little bit of transparency. Let me know if you want it more transparent or less. Here it is. Hope you like. http://db.tt/o1CVNyTc
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Needs some work still, trying to figure out making the brightness slider transparent

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