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Co0kie’s Home Tab v2.0.0 – Final Released WM
XDA member Co0kieMonster, famous for this incredible add on for Manila, has presented today the final version 2.0. Features like SMS and email notification shortcuts will jump to CHT widgets, option to disable non-edit mode popup menu, new option to make toggle switch turn on bluetooth in discoverable mode, new option for original flip clock animation, updated chtstate v1.08g, changed tab and state links are no longer part of the base CHT cab – available as add-ons and fixed phone hard-key not working can be found on final release.
Working on Manila (Sense) 2.5 on a WVGA or VGA resolutions for Windows Mobile devices.
Originally posted by Co0kieMonster
CHT version v2.0.0 bring major changes. Most of the mod has been rewritten from the ground up, every line of code has been looked over and optimized for speed. Lots of new features have also been added along with an addon widget framework. Generally the mod is more configurable than ever.
You must uninstall any previous version of CHT and soft reset before installing this one.
If CHT was cooked into your custom ROM, install over the cooked version.
A new version of CHTEditor is also available: CHTEditor v126.96.36.199 final – you must use the final version of CHTEditor with CHT 2.0 final.
There is no backward compatiblity with versions 1.x.x, so you can’t import old CHTE 1.x settings files.
But you can import saved files from 2.0 beta into 2.0 final. Similarly, future versions will be compatile going forward, so you will be able to import your 2.0.0 settings into any 2.x.x version.
If you’re upgrading from v2.0 beta, read this post.
Here are the highlights of what’s new in v2.0.0. A full list of changes is very quite large and you should read the user manual to find out all that’s possible.
These are just highlights, but I know you’ll discover the details by reading the manual and of course while exploring the home tab itself
– left/right sliding pages confgurable from 1 to 7 pages (separately configurable for portrait, landscape and lockscreen)
– redesidned softkey area, bottom menu and tab slider (tap and hold the slider button, don’t just tap and release)
– quick links can be configured in any row by column layout
– new links that are can be freely moved anywhere on the screen (free links – add from popup menu)
Continue to the application thread here.
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