More and more smartphone manufacturers have been moving towards on-screen buttons, with Google really pushing for it over the physical button alternative. However, there are still a few OEMs (we're looking at you, Samsung) that have preferred to keep things a bit more traditional. Tell us which way you prefer and why.
Aluminium Weather “Strat-O-Sphere” Sense UI
Dali Sense, a very artistic and nicely polished series of UIs presented by XDA member tin2404, shows this new set for weather: “Strat-O-Sphere”.
Even though it´s primarily developed for Chefs, if you have a Windows Mobile device running 6.5 and up, you can go and test this fascinating set. Seems that it is for various resolution.
All feedback will be appreciated by developer as his work is still under development.
Originally posted by tin204
Imagine this : ….Surreal Sun made of shinny polished steel glows while moving across display,aluminium clouds and stars shows up brightening liquid metallic pond below,Moon glowing and rain made of titanium start falling blowing aluminium leaves across screen….massive freezing metallic snow starts to glow and fall through display….
Because of its complexity and lack of my knowledge, but needed for Salvadore Dali Aluminium suite,I decided to open thread in a first place for “Weather cheffs and modders” to see where I lack,and to make it much more perfect as it should to be.
DeLux version of weather is avaluable ONLY in prestige Dali Aluminium Suite
You can download weather cab below, install it,test it, bring any solution,and you can deinstall it if you whish.
For more information, please visit the original thread.
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