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Agent Zachs Jewel Clocks
Do you want to change the color of your Manila/Sense clock numbers?; XDA member Agent Zach presents this great collection of skins based on Dinik’s shinny glassy style for Cookie Home Tab 1.8 and up. You can not only change the color of the clock, but you can also change the font of the numbers with one of the developer’s series collections: Crystal Jewel, Digital Jewel, and Trans Anastasia. The dev is also preparing more sets to add to this collection.
Intended for use in Windows Mobile devices with version 6.5 and up.
Originally posted by Agent Zach
Simple-yet-satisfying “Mini-Mod” for HTC Sense 2.5 w/ CHT 1.8 & 1.8.5.
Don’t want to over-haul your entire Sense Theme or Home Tab but want something a little different? Then you may be interested in my Jewel Clock Mini-Mods. Take a look below and pick your jewel.
Do NOT pre-install my clocks into your ROMs without my, or diniks, permission. If you are granted permission to use them, please link back to this thread somewhere in your “Included in ROM” or “Features” post.
Follow diniks rules. In other words, do not rip the clocks, edit them, and re-distribute without his, AND MY, permission. He created the Anastasia Clock, I modified it with his permission. If you wish to modify and re-distribute diniks work, ASK HIM first.
For Current Anastasia Theme Users:
The only things modified are the Clocks Digits and the AM/PM.
For Non-Anastasia Theme Users:
You’ll get the “Glassy” Anastasia white Flip Clock background and the colored Clock Digits and AM/PM.
You can find more information in the theme thread.
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