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18 Buttons Action Screen With WiFi & BlueTooth indicator
Thierry2064 has given action screen a bit of color with his colorful adaption, action screen with 18 buttons is an app created by Wedge666. The app will give you an action screen with no less than 18 buttons, the app requires Mortscript and possibly .NET Compact Framework 3.5.
Originally Posted by thierry2064
I have adapted the HD 18 buttons Action Screen, with Wifi and Bluetooth status indicator, to the Rhodium bluetooth stack.
All credit goes to Wedge666, to posters in his thread for customization and of course to the first Action Screen developer (I would quote him if I knew. Anyone knows? Or was it adapted from a HTC application?).
As in the original from Wedge666, you trigger with Manila Home tab right soft key, and you can configure program to make it running in background if you wish (quicker?). You have no confirmation message on shut down or reset.
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