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Mod Your Own Flip Clock In 30 Seconds!
Those of us who have been here long enough remember the drooling that went on when Manila was first announced / spotted on Windows Mobile devices out in the wild. The flip clock animation was indeed a leap forward for our devices. Needless to say, as time went by, Manila evolved into what today is known as Sense, but without losing its most visually appealing item (aside weather that is). Theming this flip clock, with the animation was, is, and continues to be a challenge for themers out there. However, XDA member raider3bravo is providing us with a way to do this easily and quickly. So, if you are an avid PhotoShop user, you will certainly like this.
Please make sure that you fully read the OP before going into any of this. Remember that 15 minutes reading can save you hours on PhotoShop. Please leave some feedback for the dev.
If you’ve worked on the Android Flip clock before then you know how much time is devoted to theming this bad boy. I’ve put together a nice “Action” that can be used in Adobe Photoshop.
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