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CHT 2.0 SMS Widget and E-mail Tab Themes for WM
XDA member mcluvn presents this widget theme for Manila SMS and e-mail tabs on your Windows Mobile device. Over six different themes can be found in black, blue, red, GTX and other styles.
The developer also includes the colour numbers combination to change the font colors on the email and messaging widgets. Working on WM6.5 and up running Manila 2.5 with CHT2.0, just install the cab and soft reset.
Originally posted by mcluvn
These are a couple of the themes I made for the mail tab and CHT 2.0 sms widget. Let me know what you guys think and there will be more to come.
You dont need cht 2.0 installed. It will work without it.
It will also work with any version of cht but the sms widget is only on the cht 2.0.
To change the font colors on the email and messeging widgets us the chteditor. The color numbers are 255,255,255 for pure white and 0,0,0for pure black.
Just install the cab and soft reset.
PLEASE IF YOU TRY ANY OF THESE OUT LEAVE SOME FEED BACK FOR ME. THANK YOU
All of these would never have happend if it wasnt for Xpressyourcell and his yet to be release of his mail mod. Would also like to thank TMartin for his help with the mode9 files.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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