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Advanced Home Tab 2.0
Co0kie’s Home Tab has become so popular that it’s getting some sub apps. This application is called Advanced Home Tab 2.0, and works with CHT to bring your events and tasks to your home screen, in style.
The design is a very simple, but to me, cluttered home screen. You get checkboxes, scroll wheels, and events, all on your home screen. However the cool thing about this mod is that, you can do many finger gestures to bring your information to you.
Originally posted by Hulzer
Co0kie’s Home Tab 1.6.1
- Manage your Outlook tasks on Manila home screen
- New Swipe-to-left / Swipe-to-right gesture to switch between appointments and tasks
- Scrollable task list (show nearly any number of task items)
- Due date is colored red when the task is overdue
- Complete your tasks using the checkboxes (with vibration feedback)
- Sort tasks by Status, Priority, Subject, Start Date or Due Date
- Filter completed tasks by age
- Automatic refresh on switch / on edit
- Small flip clock
- Small weather animation
- More space for information due to new layout
- Co0kie’s call history fully supported (hidden, always, dynamic)
I am sure this looks attractive to most of you, head over to the thread for more information.
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