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GTX Sense updated – white Manila theme
Many of you are probably familiar with GTX Sense, a theme unique in its color scheme – it’s the only one which has black text on a white background – and cleanness, especially compared to the flashy look of newer HTC Sense versions.
It was originally created by xda-members [ElCondor] and Kamill, but after they cancelled further development a new team consisting of SVI, ctbear, Fr3sh_t0_d3f, dandnj71, Arang, ScientificOne, longice, Koert 17 and Dark Ninja took over, which has resulted in this update.
- Support for Co0kies Home Tab 1.7.1
- Fixed Calander crash issue
- Fixed all font colour issues
- Fixed flip clock
- Fixed backgrounds for 6 clocks
- Fixed Layout of clocks
- Added Clock Colon as a seperate image
- Some Graphics enhancements
- Eliminated all known bugs in first version
To download this theme continue on to the forum thread.
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