Make GTX Sense Look (and Work) Even Better!
The GTX Sense theme for Manila 2.5-enabled Windows Mobile devices by members [ElCondor] and Kamill is receiving many updates and add-ons as its popularity grows. Chief among these are the Service Packs released by the theme developers themselves (with some help from NRGZ28). We’ve recently written about the most recent update and how it squashes some common bugs.
Also available are beta versions of ‘CompactGTX‘ and ‘HomeNotifications‘ by Kamill; tweaks to give the home tab more functionality and to make checking messages, emails and missed calls easier, please do note these two tweaks are currently only available for VGA devices.
Users who want to carry the ‘clean’ look of the Sense theme further through their device should also check out the accompanying WM theme by gfandrea, which can be found in this thread.
Finally, members in the original theme’s thread have edited Cendaryn‘s Metro iconset (inspired by Windows Phone 7) to make them complement the colours used in GTX.
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