gchris Theme v1.2.1 For Titanium (WM6.5.x) WVGA
For users who are in a Love/Hate relationship with HTC’s Sense Home-screen, there might be a solution.
User @mark@ has created an amazing Titanium Home Screen Skin with a lot of graphical references to Sense. Besides looking better than what Windows Mobile offers by default, it should also use considerably less memory than the Sense Home screen.
All in all this is a good “In Between” solution to try out.
- All in one cab. jmlpanex and mortscript is now included in gchrisTitanium V1.2.cab.
- Support for all languages.
- Weather auto update added(Lots of thanks to wei2005yh).
- Takes around 600kb of memory. (Delete auto_update_ weather.lnk from startup folder if you don’t want it.)
- Font changed on notification plugin.
- Graphical changes on Cclock plugin.
- Several other small tweaks.
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