orb3000 · Apr 29, 2010 at 09:49 am

CPadleCLock Based On TITANIUM only/Dialer FSAS logo skin UPDATE:4-5 v1.2

Member savir90 has updated his Titanium only/dialer skin for WM devices with WVGA screens with a fresh appearance.

Originally posted by savir90
This is a paddle clock design for titanium WVGA only for now

Requires
-Titanium Weather
-Titanium Notifications
Only if u want weather and the floating notification icons, It’ll work fine without them as well..

Objective was Clean, Eye Candy,Performance, Usability…and came up with this…
Description: This not a plug-in nor does it require any sorts of plug ins such as Sense, Motoscript, WAD, ect….Its just Alot of CPR/Bronzeres customizations and a few photoshoped png’s here n there…In the cpr I basically re-arranged, re-scaled, and re-formatted the icons and txt, added a few png’s, aligned titanium weather with the clock, and edited a few bronzers.dll icons….The clock is just the standard titanium clock txt up-scaled and put over a layer of the actual clock paddle png’s from sense 2.5…Another png layer on top of the clock to hide the ” : ” in the middle…and a final png layer to add the light effects on top of the font…Its not as sick as Sense 2.5 but will not use any additional system resources to run or kill battery like any other UI..that was the main focus.

So far only WVGA landscape and portrait…Ive only tested it on my sprint touch pro 2 running a Calkulin 1.6rc rom..works perfect

Supported
Titanium Weather, TNotifications, and added support to all other standard panels.

[To INSTALL: Finally…cabs!

Back up your Titanium_480x800, Titanium_800x480 cpr files and your BRONZERES.DLL all located in the windows directory…..make sure you have both TWeather and TNotifications if u want the floating icons and weather…it’ll work fine without them too..

1-Disable titanium from your start/settings/home…
2-Download the attached “CPaddleClockv1.2.cab”
3-Install cab
4-Use titanium customizer to re-arrange the titanium panels to order
-CWeather
-CClock
-CCalender
The rest is up to you, but 1.CWeather must be set first follwed by 2.CClock and then 3.CCalendar for it to look right..unless you dont plan on using titanium weather which in that case just make sure CClock is set as first and CCalendar second….if not refer to step #4
5.Re-enable titanium and Voala!..done.

Continue to skin thread


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