DIY SMS Chat UI – 1.10 Update
Yxyn has updated his SMS chat application to version 1.10, and contrary to what the screenshots suggest, this app is available in English. The app will change a system file, so a backup before installing is recommended. The app works on devices running WM6.5 and WM6.1 using a QVGA or WQVGA screen. It will also work on VGA screens but it might look less appealing.
First of all, I am chinese guy, I am not good at english, so please don’t blame me the solecism and such thing like that…lol… but you are welcome to help me about my english…
And also that’s why my photo example use chinese… But that shouldn’t the problem.
I always don’t like the default SMS chat mode, but this mode more useful for most of us to chat, and somehow, I just found this way to make my SMS chat mode became more beautiful, just amend the file “iframe_style.css”. I thought this is a better way to make the interface of SMS chat mode more popular.
And now here we are, The andynear simple UI for the SMS chat mode.
And I will keep working on this, to build more beautiful UI…
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