wingman1487 · May 20, 2010 at 07:30 pm

Lower the Amount of Clouds on Sense

Are you among the people who live in a very cloudy state or country?  Do you love the Sense weather backgrounds but are a little tired of the constant fog look of all the clouds?  Well, then you have to take a look at what HJ200 has made for you!

Some people just love the weather animations, and lets face it, some of them are really cool-looking.  However, if you live in a place where it is always cloudy looking at your home screen can just be down right depressing.  With this nice little add on for the UI, you can now add a little bit of a clear spot to your home screen and lighten up your day!

Because I live in a cloudy country, I never have the Sense weather animation turned on. It just keeps on filling my screen with the white clouds, which doesn’t make Sense looking quite good.
But the weather animations are pretty cool, so I made a CAB to disable a few clouds. Unfortunately the whole raincloud is gone too, but that doesn’t seem to be a big problem to me.

Please visit the original thread for more information!


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