I will be posting some Pop Up themes for biteSMS soon but before I post any I want to detail the process of activating them because there are a few steps.
The images used for the pop up are cached on your phone so the first thing you need to do is clear these images from your cache.
The directory for this is /var/mobile/Library/Caches, if you scroll past all the folders in this directory you'll find some images starting with "bsbg". Delete all of them.
Some pop up themes will have a plist file to change the font color on the pop up, if you do not find one in the theme folder then you can skip this step. If you do find one then you need to copy it and paste it into the following directory /var/stash/Applications/biteSMS.app
Once you've done this you can move the Pop Up Theme folder into your winterboard theme folder and activate it.
This is rapidly becoming one of the most asked questions that I'm getting and I've only posted a few widgets so I wanted to post a tutorial on how to change it. There are no set standards for PerPageHTML so there are a few various scripts out there that use different manners of setting location.
Typically you'll see an HTML file inside your widget folder such as "widget.html" or "wallpaper.html". You'll want to open this file in your text viewer and search for var locale.
You should find something that looks like this var locale = '12345678' or this var locale = "USAB1234"
If your widget has a location ID like this: USWA0374 you need to go to Weather.com and search your location by City and State(not by zip code because it will give you a different URL). Once you select your location the page will refresh with a new URL that will include your location ID towards the end of it(see picture below).
If your widget has a location ID like this: 12799313 you need to go to Weather.Yahoo.com and search your location by City and State(not by zip code because it seems to always give me errors). Once you select your location the page will refresh with a new URL that will include your location ID towards the end of it(see picture below).
Once you have your location ID, copy it and paste it into your widget then save and respring. After springing you should see the correct location information displayed on your widget.
When it comes to theming my device I'm very anal about uniformity, I like things to match. I am trying to include as many icons as I can in my themes with the Resonate theme project but we all know that including icons for every application just isn't possible. So if you're looking to create uniformity in your app drawer what you can do with ADW Ex is create a new group which allows you to hide the icons that aren't skinned with your current theme(I recommend placing them on your desktop somewhere if you use them frequently). Setting up a group is quite simple..
Step 1: Open your app drawer
Step 2: Hit the menu button on your Android device(phone or tablet)
Step 3: Select Choose group
Step 4: Select new catalog
Step 5: Name your new group
Step 6: Hit the menu button on your Android device(phone or tablet)
Step 7: Select all the applications you want to include in your group
Step 8: Hit ok(yes I realize this may be overkill step by step but don't want to leave anything out)
You're now done setting up your new group. This feature can also be used to create simulated folders in your app drawer if you like(games, tools, etc), if you use it for that you may want to activate drawer swiping which allows you to flick between groups instead of having to use the menu. This feature can be found in ADW Settings -> General Behavior -> Gestures, however I always find myself switching groups accidentally more often than intentionally so I don't personally use it.