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    Hi,

    Can someone give me a explination of .plist files?

    I want to remove all the 'text' from my icons. I understand how to remove all the text from the native applications. All be it iTunes icon which now reads 'MobileStore'.

    I navigated to Applications/Customize.app/info.plist and removed 'Customize' from the <string>Customize</string>

    But the text is still there?

    I basically need an explination on the process of removing text from native application icons and non-native applications. Where to find the respective folders and what to edit and what to edit it in especially on Windows as what I am seeing and what Mac users are seeing are 2 different things.

    Thanks a million!!!!
    Last edited by JHalton; 01-19-2008 at 06:01 PM.
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    Yeah dunno. Very confusing. Re-Typed in all the Application names into /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app/English.lproj/LocalizedApplicationNames.strings

    Under iPod I inserted <key>com.apple.mobileipod</key>
    <string>Music</string>

    Restarted iPhone and it as text 'iPod' underneath??
    iPhone week 51 1.1.2 U.S. BL 4.6
    Carrier: Yes Vodafone - Ireland
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