orb3000 · Sep 27, 2010 at 09:21 am

JMLToday Titanium JMLPanex for WM Updated

XDA member JMHL updated this useful application, which will allow you to assign an specific action when clicking on icons in home screen Titanium of your Windows Mobile device. Updated version 2.60 features emplacement optimization, zone-area depending of the picture, added more effects when click, and more.
You need JMLToday v5.80 in order to make it work. The application was developed on a Diamond, but should work on other VGA devices as well.

Originally posted by JMHL
[WM6.5] [Titanium program] JMLPanex v2.60 (17-May-2010)

Developed on HTC Diamond (VGA 480 × 640) with standard Titanium (no WM7.. Project, etc….)

Post#2 : Configuration/Parameter Informations

JMLPanex program (JML Panel Execute) allows multiple hotspots on a plugin (-> Association picture/program).
Features for next version :
– #ITEM command : allows a area-zone (A, B. ..) to behave as an ID (execute program, conditional action…..)


You can find more information in the application thread.


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