orb3000 · Aug 25, 2010 at 06:00 pm

MaxSense Custom Design Collections Updated

If you are an active user of GTX UI, this collection created by XDA member swiss420 will be of your liking. You will be able to customize your Windows Mobile device task bars, widgets, clocks and much more with these new designs.
Graphical designs are stored in manila files. These are found in the Windows directory on your device and require a Sense restart to be loaded correctly after the change.

Originally posted by swiss420
[Themes][MaxSense] MaxSense Custom Design Collections

News August 22th 2010

I have been busy with other things but noticed today some of the images are not loading correctly. I promise we will get them back up as soon as possible. (CDC Thread has reached over 88’000 hits)
Information:

Welcome to the MaxSense Custom Design Collection Thread. Your place for customizing the look of your MaxSense ROMs. If you dont know what MaxSense is please take a good look at the MaxSense Thread here. If you already have found your favorite MaxSense ROM this is the place for you to customize it to your personal taste.
Taskbar Designs
Widgets Designs ( a lot of customization options available )
Clock Designs ( Analog, Digital, Slide )
Alert Designs ( Calendar, Call History, Mail, SMS, Alert Display Panel )
Communication Designs ( Wifi, Bluetooth, Airplane mode )
Other Designs ( Weather, Music Player, Favorite Contacts, Internet Search, Blank Panel )
Widget and HQ Backgrounds
Custom Slider Designs
Quicklink Icon Sets

You can find more information in the designs thread.


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