orb3000 · Sep 1, 2010 at 12:00 am

Glass Shelf Clock, Sliders & Lockscreen for Manila 2.5

Xda member kingpin440 presents this simple clean theme with three different clocks for Windows Mobile devices using Manila/Sense 2.5 with a glassy style.
To install, you need to patch your phone with cfc 0.50, then proceed with cabs installation, and finally re start Manila/Sense.
The developer gives as well a glass shelf template .png files in case anyone wants to use them for quick links, etc.
Please leave feed back, as it will be highly appreciated by dev.

Originally posted by kingpin440
Glass Shelf Clock, Sliders & Lockscreen for Manila 2.5

I’m always looking to see more of my backgrounds so I just started messing around with some glass shelves and it came out well so I made a theme of it

3 Clocks
IMPORTANT NOTES

  • this theme was made using cfc UltraHQ compression because the glass shelves look awful with normal quality. UltraHQ requires your phone to be patched with cfc 0.50. (if anyone wants to try normal quality anyway I can make that up quick as well)
  • a few icons in the slider were taken from old slider icons, everything else was made from scratch
  • you may use my work in anything you like, just credit me please
  • I attached glass shelf template .png files in shelftemplates.zip in case anyone wants to use them for quicklinks, etc.
  • I may take requests if needed and comments and feedback are always welcome

You can find more information in the theme thread.


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