Noonski · Feb 12, 2010 at 01:00 pm

Livven SimpleGloss Themes for WM 6.5/6.5.1/6.5.3 SENSE/GLASS

One of the nicest Features for the latest Windows Mobile Builds 6.5.X builds is that you can customize more of the user interface then was previously possible. User Livven has made a collection of Themes and Taskbars to modify the default look on these new and soon to be official builds.

Originally Posted by Livven:

This is my custom theme, Livven SimpleGloss, available in Black, Blue, Green and Red. It is originally designed for WM6.5.1 and WM6.5.3, but some users have tested it working on stock WM6.5 (with Start button at the top), and hiperjp has made some screenshots, so I’d suggest you just try it out.

Recent Updates:

* 17JAN: Added the “Glass Selectors” (previously “Glow Selectors”) as I forgot to include them in the 16JAN release
* 16JAN: Various fixes and new customizations

Click on to see the application thread.


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