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I don't know if I'm right in defining it "Title Bar" but is this:

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I want to be able to change size and colour of the bar where it is written "Iconic memory" in the picture.

I know there are several ways to obtain this while developing an app but that I need it to change my ROM's default values for this.

Any hints?

If it's a useful info I'm using Lewa Os (based on cyanogenmod7)

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If any, you'll have to modify each apk you install as the title bar is defined by the app not the OS, what's the context of this question? –  Lie Ryan Nov 12 '12 at 11:29
    
@LieRyan I've seen roms that have different default title bars, so it's definitely possible. Even one of the default CM7 themes changed it's size. It's probably somewhere in the framework-res's styles. –  Richard Borcsik Nov 12 '12 at 11:55
    
Totally agreed, @RichardBorcsik! Where do you suggest to look (sorry I am new to this) –  Pitto Nov 12 '12 at 14:09
    
@Pitto The framework-res.apk in the /system/framework/ folder. if you decompile it, check in the res/values/ folder. styles.xml holds most system-wide styles, so probably that's where it is. It might be called WindowTitle but I only have 4.0 roms at hand so I can't check. –  Richard Borcsik Nov 12 '12 at 14:34
    
Simply perfect answer, Richard! If you copy and paste it I'll accept it as correct: thanks a lot. –  Pitto Nov 21 '12 at 19:06
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