orb3000 · Jun 7, 2010 at 12:20 pm

GTX Ultra White Salvador Dali Clock

XDA member tin2404 shows us this great GTX SENSE theme, which is a tribute to master of paint Salvador Dalí. Tin2404 modified Co0kieMonster’s Home Tab and CHT Editor graphics to make this theme. Also, you can choose amongst several Dali´s different clocks to have your home screen with an art touch.
You´ll need to have Co0kieMonster’s Home Tab Mod version 1.7.1 and Windows Mobile 6.5 and up in order to make it work.

Originally posted by tin2404
OK.The first idea is to keep it so bright clean and white as it is possible to have screen that screams of brightness….
modified graphic files including modified some of Co0kieMonster’s Home Tab and CHT Editor graphics….NO NEED FOR ANY EXTRA ADD OR CABS ! Pure as it is suppose to be !
I made extra white minimalistic stylish theme based on faboluos and popular GTX SENSE.For the marvelous icon set thanks to Younxta and they can be found HERE.
I also made a new liquid clock inspired with Salvadore Dali’s painting ” The Persistence of Memory ” and I make slider based on Younxta icon set.Transparency added inside theme.

You can find installation instructions and more information on the theme thread.


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