orb3000 · Nov 15, 2010 at 06:00 pm

JML Today and JML Tools for WM Updated

For those who don´t know about this useful plug in for Windows Mobile devices using Titanium, it can be used to extend today screen with stuff like clock, date, weather forecast current, today and the following 4 day + city + conditions, tear-off calendar, notifications: Battery, Wifi, Bluetooth, next appointment, next alarm and many more. Updated version 5.90, supports S2U2 weather and has a new interface to implement Add Ons by using a simple MortScript. XDA member JMHL shows also the updated version of JML Tools to enhance even more this powerful tool.

Originally posted by JMHL
Changelog Version 5.90 (JMLPanex V2.70 required) Thank you for offering me a beer. All donations (3€, 5$, +) are appreciated !
[new] emails_e.png (more than one email-account), emailasync_e.png (ActiveSync account) pictures for Central-Notifications
[new] email_e_accountname.png for personnal account-name pictures for Central-Notifications
[new] opens the correct email account.
[new] JMLMenu.exe : -execute parameter to execute the first choice per default if menu has only one choice, menu not show.
[new] JMLMeteo.exe : Sunset and Sunrise informations for AccuWeather
[new] manage long clic to provide 2 actions on a picture (next JMLPanex v2.70 required)
[new] JMLMeteo.exe : GPS location inside (Sleuth’s_myLocation or google_lattitute not necessary)
[new] apptodate compatible
[new] JMLSms.exe : delete unread sms directly (once step)
[new] JMLComm.exe : Mute/Normal/Vibrate mode and low/high/loud…. volume level
[new] JMLComm.exe : Auto/Manual mode and mini/low/medium/high/max…. backlight level
[new] zodiac sign of the day
[fixed] Tasks refresh
[new] Notifications management : if notification.mscr file exist in you skin forder, it run it. Not necessary to declare it in JMLToday.ini.
[new] JMLContact.exe : email menu-action AND -email parameter
[mod] Show/hide MyLocation/google latitude menu for GPS (parameter in JMLToday.ini)
[new] Store favorites in new emplacement -> HKCU->Software->JML->Contacts->Favorites
[new] JMLContacts.exe : Add -actionfavorite, -callfavorite
[new] JMLMeteo.exe : add notification after weather updated
[new] JMLPicture.exe : build a picture from multiple images/texts
[mod] some paremeters in registry

Continue to JML Today thread here.
Continue to JML Tools thread here.


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