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Condor GT Black Edition New Update
Member [ElCondor] has created a skin for WM 6 and up, take a look at his thread and the preview below.
Originally Posted by [ElCondor]Landscape is not supported because graphics will make it impossible to make it look good.
My target was to create a theme that’s in balance with the WM interface and that gives it a more solid look. 23-1 : Update!
– QVGA and WQVGA Menu fixed
– Menu reworked
– Messagebox skinned
– Different arrows pivot
This is no Titanium theme, only the wallpaper is included.Shadowline, because they’re just nice!
Please post feedback, it helps me solve any problems!
The softkey buttons look a bit like the ones from
I also want to thank m.carrol, I have learned much from him about changing colors in WM.
BTW Condor GT was my ROM line but I decided not to publish them. It will be the name for all my designing work.
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