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BW Taskbar Icons & Wait Animation
While a lot of the icons were originally done by Brian, I’ve got to hand it to dafunk for what I think is the most impressive part of this set; the wait/busy animation:
Originally posted by dafunk2
This taskbar is my mod from original Bilbobrian’s (Brian’s) one.
I opened this thread in this section because some people told me to do it because it was a little hard to find, but the taskbar style is the same than the one posted in Blackstone section.
I made from scratch these last 2 versions (WM 6.5 and WM 6.5.X) because the “old” one was a little “dusty” and there were big issues especially in WM 6.5 version, because in the hurry to post it, I cabbed the same *.dlls of WM 6.5.X version , and the funny thing is that I noticed it only 2 weeks ago
Of course this is the main reason of all these problems.
This time I followed the steps of DarkNinja and I thought to make it “modular”, so that there will be more chances to get it working.
Thanks to DarkNinja and his staff.
The taskbar is fully compatible CDMA and GSM.
I don’t own a Leo, so I couldn’t test it directly, but I have positive feedbacks from many devices: Blackstone, Leo, TP, TP2 and others.
Continue to the thread for the download.
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