Custom List View Start Menu Black & White Fonts
XDA member jquill presents this cab to make your start menu display programs in list view. This mod also allows you to choose the font color switching between black and white.
The developer tested this application in a Leo running Windows Mobile 6.5.x with WVGA resolution. Step in and have a look to this new way of placing your start menu icons.
Originally posted by jquill
[cab] Custom List View Start menu for 6.5.x – Black Font & White Font Included
Made these for anybody who wants a clean looking list view start menu in 6.5.x (arial font instead of tahoma, no selector, paginated scrolling turned off <<makes dragging items much smoother)
I’ve only used this on my HD2 which is WVGA
Black and white fonts included
This WILL work on any WVGA device that has Windows Mobile 6.5.x
(I have no idea whether or not this will work with vga as I don’t have a VGA phone. But I am almost positive this will NOT work with VGA)
You can find more information in the application thread.
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