orb3000 · Jun 18, 2010 at 06:00 pm

DUSK (G/B/R) Taskbar & BLACK Theme & EXTRAS

Continuing with the search of new task bars and icons, a hole new set designed by XDA member tacchan23 has arrived.
Blue, red, green and black are some of the color combinations you can find on these new sets to personalize your Windows Mobile device. The dev recommended for these themes to be use along with DUSK themes.
Available for GSM and CDMA devices running WM6.5 and up for all resolutions VGA/WVGA/QVGA/WQVGA.
Also you can find a new WM dialer for all resolutions as well.

Originally posted by tacchan23
Info:

  • credits and special thanks to grzegorz10 for one of the most beautifull taskbar ever made and for giving me the permission to modify it
  • WM 6.5.x and 6.5
  • (W)VGA – also (W)QVGA for few versions only
  • Best used along with one of my Themes below (becouse some of the dll files of the taskbar also contains the images of the Wm6.5.x Softkeybar buttons, and I skinned them with the same style as in my Theme)

You can find more information in the original thread.


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