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Co0kie’s Home Tab Mod for Sense 2.5 Updated to 1.6
One of today’s most popular Sense 2.5 modifications, is Home Tab by Co0kieMonster. It has been updated to version 1.6 for better support, bug fixes and new features.
Originally posted by Co0kieMonster
This is a Manila (Sense) 2.5 Home Tab modification which features:
- Home Tab with 4 views and lots of options
- Extended Quick Links:
- Quick Links layouts include 3×3, 4×4, 4×5 and 5×5
- up to 3 pages for up to 27, 48, 60 or 75 shortcuts
- links can be easily rearranged via drag and drop
- options to hide empty links, icon frames and text
- grid view in program selector
- Extended Appointments:
- up to 5 appointments on the home tab
- dated appointments for more than 2 days in the future
- Optional Call History button
- Configurable links for: Alarm, Calendar, Call History, Date, Weather and Clock
- 4 animation levels and an Animation Toolkit
- Mod options are configurable with CHTEditor
You can find the new version of the application in Co0kie’s thread.
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