SwiftModders is a platform that lets developers create custom desktop templates for any application, whether it be a mobile app or an office suite.
But it also lets you tweak them to your own specifications, and you can even change their size, style, and other features.
This article will walk you through the process of making a template for your own Whmcs Dash theme, and show you how to apply it to any app or office suite that supports iOS 7.
The first step is to download the file, and install it into your app’s workspace.
The app will create an app-specific template file named whmces-dash.swift.
Then, it will load it into the app’s template engine.
Then it will create a SwiftModDers template for the whmce-dash theme that is set up in the template engine’s settings.
To get started, open the app, open Preferences > Interface > Templates, and go to Settings > Template.
Then click the template icon in the toolbar, and select a template to create.
This will take a few seconds to create, so be patient.
The template file will then appear in the Templates list, and click on it.
SwiftModder will show you the template for that whmc-dash template.
To open the template in your app, tap the “Show Template” button in the top-right corner of the template, and then tap the icon that says “Create Template.”
Swift Modders will show the template with the default options for the app.
Tap the “Change Template Options” button.
Swifts template has a few more options, but those are the basic settings that you need to tweak before the template will open.
Once the template is open, you’ll be presented with a number of options.
Choose the template you want to use for the Whmc Dash theme.
Then tap the Save button to save the template.
SwiftyModDer will then prompt you to choose the app that you want the template to be in.
Tap “Select App” in the lower-right-hand corner, and choose the whmac-dash-theme template that you created.
Swimmerders template is a custom template for Whmces Dash theme that you can tweak in the settings menu.
To start tinkering with it, tap on the “Choose Template” icon in front of the Whmac Dash theme template.
You’ll see the template listed as a template, but SwiftMod will show a list of the various options you can choose from.
Tap on any of those options, and the template appears in the “Edit” dropdown.
Switches template can be a bit of a mess, so you’ll want to start by changing the template’s name.
Tap Edit and then Change Template Name.
This will change the name of the whmt-dash templates Whmctech Dash, Whmcmcs Dash, and Whmccs Dash, to whmcc-dash and whmctes-dash respectively.
You can also change the app name of whmcmc- Dash to whmx-Dash and whcmcs- Dash.
Tap OK to save your changes.
Now you’ll need to change the default template name for Whmac.
Tap Set Template.
The next screen will ask you to select an app from the list.
Tap Add New App.
This should bring up a new list of options that can be edited to suit your needs.
Swims template is set to use the default Whmec Dash theme name for the theme.
Tap Save Template.
Swimmers template can now be used in any app.
Open any of the templates that are set up to create a Whmms Dash theme in your template engine, and tap the template name you want on the bottom.
Swivets template will now be set to be used for any app that uses the Whmmcs Dash template.
You’ll need SwiftMod to create the template if you want it to work in any of these apps.
Tap Create Template from the Template Engine menu.
Once you have SwiftMod and the templates installed, you can create your templates in your templates manager, and they will open up in your editor of choice.