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Modify the Look of Your Windows Mobile Keyboard with Dusk Keyboard Skins
Are you a Windows Mobile user who has grown tired of the lackluster looks of the stock onscreen qwerty keyboard? Luckily, you are able to try different layouts. However, if you’ve ever tried to download a keyboard theme, you have surely found that most only modify the QWERTY layout.
Luckily, XDA forum member aedon has created a theme that modifies every layout. This theme is available in three versions, all of which deliver a much needed touch of love to the aging OS so many still swear by. In the words of the developer:
So you’ve tried looking for keyboard skins before and were excited about the great new look it gave your phone right?
BUT You were dissapointed to find that it only skinned the very basic onscreen qwerty right? I know I was.
SO I did something about it.
If your familiar with the Sharkie rom, you might have noticed that his 5.0 rom featured a full keyboard skin in wich every single keyboard in the phone had been skinned in Dinik’s iconic anastasia theme.
That was my first keyboard skin.
But after the fact I had noticed a themeI liked better then the anastasia glass.
So I colaborated a bit more with sharkie to make this new full keyborad skin.
We decided that a traditional black and white look would be best and I went to work on this Dusk keyboard.
Stock green is just that, a stock green version
Sharkie theme was made to match the sharki roms aqua blue them.
Crimson Red was basicly for my use but I’ll share
Continue on to the original thread to get your replacement keyboard action!
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