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Create and Customize the WM 6.5 Taskbar – Tutorial
If you are looking to modifying your task bar or the icons in it, XDA member Mr. Makk wrote a complete guide to personalize your Windows Mobile 6.5 device.
Learn how to change those white task-bars icons easily, how to edit and customize a DLL and MUI, as well as other topics, which are covered by the developer.
Originally posted by Mr. Makk
[TASKBAR] Customising Windows Mobile 6.5 Taskbar
NOW CREATE YOUR OWN TASKBARS EASILY
As this section is specific for Windows Mobile 6.5 Taskbar Customisation, I’ll Start it with my set of icons. I tried to make full use of the ShellRess.dll and if more is needed then i’ll make sure more icons are covered.
Just have a look at the screenshots and you will understand how much capable WM6.5 taskbars are with more scope of customisation including the OK and X buttons.
Just click on the screenshot to download the cabs from my personal thread for Taskbar Customisation. You surely wont be disappointed.
There is alot more to come.
- Install Sdkcert.cab
- The Taskbar version you want.
- If you using WM standard dialer and Bluetooth icon doesnt shows up, Install wmdialerBluetooth.cab(Davey101).
You can find more information in the tutorial thread.
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