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Improve your WM Experience with HTC Menu Enhancement
If you have an HTC device that is older than the Raphael, you probably are aware that the menus and messages boxes present even in the latest WM builds still represent those found in PPC2000, which are ugly and not exactly finger friendly. In order to solve this and make the use of our WM devices more enjoyable, XDA member francarl has updated his Menu Enhancements app. For those of you with older devices, you will experience a much more finger-friendly and more modern look on your phone. This is only a cab installation away, so give it a go.
HTC Menu Enhancement Loader (v1.41)
New htc menu for all windows build! NOW with MessageBox replacement
SenseSDK by eboelzner
Htc Menu Loader is a little service application that loads htc menu enhancement in all windows build, even in windows mobile emulator!
Now it also replaces standard messagebox with a more finger friendly one and comes with a finger friendly config utility.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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