Dusk Green & Blue Taskbar for WM6.5.x & 6.5
Tacchan23 has made a variation of grzegorz10’s dusk theme. This taskbar theme replaces a lot of system default icons with icons that make better use of VGA resolutions. Besides replacing default icons, other third party software icons also get a facelift, like the ones for the HTC volume, MMS and GPS.
Originally posted by tacchan23
I decided to modify my favourite taskbar, the Dusk Taskbar by grzegorz10 for my personal use (mostly I wanted to change the battery to show percent number and to add custom PopUp icons but I also modified few taskbar icons here and there) and to also complete my Themes for WM 6.5.x (some of the bottom bar icons can be modified only in the same .dll files as the ones used in custom taskbars, so the need to integrate my themes with a taskbar)
You can also use this taskbar without any of my themes, but you’ll have some “different” bottom bar icons which may not fit your current theme.
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