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CTheme Changer- A New Titanium Plugin
If you are using Titanium as your home screen, this would be of your liking. XDA member lioryte presents this plug in for your Windows Mobile device where you can switch between Titanium themes directly from your home screen.
More than eight supported themes and portrait support are included on latest version.
By now, it´s only working on WQVGA resolutions but hopefully the developer can include more later.
Originally posted by lioryte
[Titanium] CTheme Changer- A new Titanium Plugin
Hi there Folks,
CTheme Changer is a titanium plugin that allows seamless switch and preview between titanium themes right from the today screen. Currently supports 8 9 themes, this is still a work in progress as I need to modified all themes to work with all plugins
Since I run WQVGA it’s the only resolution I’ll be releasing for now.
Post 1 got the eye candy
Post 2 got release info
Post 3 is Q&A
Post 4 is space for rent
Working on porting gchris’s theme, ldawg214’s 1+2 Themes and (patiently!) waiting for sv0911’s WQVGA version.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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