Glass Theme for TouchFLO 3D
Thanks to XDA member raidy, owners of Windows Mobile devices running TouchFLO 3D can give their tired and boring interface an interesting twist.
Using raidy’s new Glass Theme for Manila, you can skin all of the different aspects of the HTC TouchFLO experience to give it a transparent and glossy feel that makes your device shine. Included in the easy to install .CAB file are a new clock and new slider icons to match the highly reflective style of the slider and button tabs.
The Manila theme is currently only suitable for devices with a VGA resolution screen and is available in this thread. Raidy has also created further skins for better integration of the Glass Theme into Windows Mobile, including a skin for Swype and icons for the start menu. These are available in this thread.
You might have noticed that I previously said this theme was for Sense 2.1. As RR33 rightfully pointed out it’s for TF3D instead (using RR33’s own modification the clock has been skinned to make it look like Sense). Sorry about that.
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