orb3000 · Dec 16, 2010 at 12:01 am

CHT Christmas Theme and Widget for WM

Are you feeling touched by the upcoming season? Perhaps, you may want to have something that reflects Christmas on your Windows Mobile device. If so, XDA member Dunc001 prepared a nice theme for Cookie Home Tab. The full theme includes CHT Comm Toggles – Airplane, Wifi, Blue-tooth, Phone, Silent, Vibrate, CHT Notification Icons incl Voice mail now, CHT HD Mini Lock-screen – Snowman lock slider, slider notification icons, email and SMS widget skins, dSign Clock v1.2 LE including Christmas layout and Days2Xmas widget just to mention some.
You can find also a wall paper pack containing five 1440×800 wall papers and a fore layer made by the developer.

Originally posted by Dunc001
What does the theme cab include?

CHT Comm Toggles – Airplane, Wifi, Bluetooth, Phone, Silent, Vibrate
CHT Notification Icons incl Voicemail now
CHT HD Mini Lockscreen – Snowman lock slider, slider notification icons
Email and SMS widget skins (see instructions)
CHT softkeys and dock – Apps (start menu), CHT (CHT menu), Web, Phone, Tabs, Lock

Add-on widgets for theme:

dSign Clock v1.2 LE including Christmas layout
Days2Xmas widget – a massive thanks to Rat for this one. My idea was for a simple countdown widget using 25-CurrentDayDate as the calculation, however Rat has as usual come up with a genius script which will now work right up until Christmas 2019, right throughout the year!!!!

edit – Santod has now corrected the element in the days2xmas cab which was causing the ‘white square’ issue on some devices. Fixed cab is now attached to this post. Santods original post is HERE

7/12 – Added days2xmaseve cab – basically the same widget but with the countdown to the 24th for those countries who count that as the official start of Christmas (also includes fix for Weihnachten not showing correctly and Kerst instead of Kerstmis for Mike

Continue to the theme pack thread here.


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