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  1. chris5h's Avatar
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       #1  
    First off, you need to have a rooted pre.

    1) SSH into your pre and use these two commands:
    Code:
    sudo -i
    mount -o remount,rw /
    2) Back up the file your going to edit
    Code:
    cd /usr/lib/luna/system/luna-systemui/stylesheets/
    cp systemui.css systemui.css.bak
    3) Edit the file "systemui.css" with Vi
    Code:
    vi systemui.css
    4) Look for the line that starts with "#date-and-time {"
    Under that, add the line "color: #00ff00;" with whatever hex color you want. See below for an example.

    Code:
    #date-and-time {
    		color: #00ff00;
    		position: fixed;
    		margin: 1px 0 0 0;
    		top: 0;
    		left: 0;
    		height: 28px;
    		width: 100%;
    		padding: 0;
    		text-align: center;
    5) Remount the filesystem as read-only then restart Luna
    Code:
    mount -o remount ro /
    stop LunaSysMgr && start LunaSysMgr

    Here is a pic:




    Enjoy.
    Last edited by chris5h; 08/12/2009 at 09:45 AM.
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    How do you change the EVDO/wifi colors?
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    You have to change the image files.
    http://forums.precentral.net/palm-pr...-1x-icons.html
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    What line is this on? Went through about 1200 lines, don't feel like sifting through 3400+.
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    Well I know why I couldn't find it. You have the wrong file listed

    /usr/lib/luna/system/luna-systemui/stylesheets/systemui.css

    Is the correct one. Thanks for the info though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DNic View Post
    Well I know why I couldn't find it. You have the wrong file listed

    /usr/lib/luna/system/luna-systemui/stylesheets/systemui.css

    Is the correct one. Thanks for the info though!
    Is that where you found it? I am going to look now. Like specifically at line #43?? But that doesn't have color?!<--- sorry about that, read the post a little closer! haha, got it!
    Last edited by Webby_s; 08/11/2009 at 05:15 PM.
    Still happily rooting my launch 6/6/09 Pre!
    (and my wife's)
  7. chris5h's Avatar
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    Your right. Fixed my first post.
    You can search in the file though with Vi:

    Quote Originally Posted by http://www.webos-internals.org/wiki/Basic_Linux_Use#sudo
    Search for Text Within the File
    /term Search forward for term
    ?term Search backward for term
    n Go to the next instance, if any
    N Go to the previous instance, if any
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    Yeah, so I did this but the last thing it show me when I do the whole vi bar-assistant.jsjsjs $a$ $bunch$ $of$ $spaces$ $followed$ $with$ $a$ $lot$ $of$ $lines$ $with$ $dash$ $in$ $each$ $row$
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    Quote Originally Posted by Probaholic1 View Post
    Yeah, so I did this but the last thing it show me when I do the whole vi bar-assistant.jsjsjs $a$ $bunch$ $of$ $spaces$ $followed$ $with$ $a$ $lot$ $of$ $lines$ $with$ $dash$ $in$ $each$ $row$
    Chris5h needs to change the OP (within the code part) to have the systemui.css file NOT THE bar-assistant.jsjsjs $file$. $One$ $has$ $to$ $modify$ $the$ $systemui$.$css$ $file$. $At$ $line$ $43$ $you$ $will$ $find$ $the$ #$date$ $and$ $time$
    Still happily rooting my launch 6/6/09 Pre!
    (and my wife's)
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    AFTER you do this how do you remount there is no instruction to get back to that, please help
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    Quote Originally Posted by klharris10 View Post
    AFTER you do this how do you remount there is no instruction to get back to that, please help
    hit the esc button then type :wq then enter.



    BTW it is not necessary to remount as you need to reboot for the changes to take effect. Upon reboot the file system reverts back to RO automatically.

    Doug
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    Where do i find the color codes at. that green i suppose : color: #00ff00. but where do i find the rest of the color codes?
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    Nevermind lol
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    thanks dude
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    how do you put your name?
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    Instructions for changing the 'Sprint' text in the upper left to any text string can be found here or at webos-internals.org. Search for 'Change Carrier String.' Sorry i can't post links yet.
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    ...how do I add the file that I back up?
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    I was able to make changes w/o rooting.. (I haven't rooted mine yet), using WebOS Quick Installer, and Crimson Text editor. I recieve the files to change, edit them in Crimson editor, then send them back.. I then use novacom -t open tty:// command to connect to my pre, and do the stop LunaSysMgr and start LunaSysMgr...
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    ok so im new at this.... how do you root your pre? lol
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    Try this website out! Main Page - WebOS Internals

    Hey all where is the .css file that controls the Just Charged/USB Mode/Media Mode?? I have changed the color and want to change it to something else. TIA
    Still happily rooting my launch 6/6/09 Pre!
    (and my wife's)

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