NGTV White Taskbar Iconset
Hot on the heels of his black BW Taskbar set, xda-devs member dafunk2 has released a white taskbar icon set for Windows Mobile 6.5 and 6.5.x.
The graphics are similar to his black set, but they have been selectively inverted to match the white theme.
Originally posted by dafunk2
This taskbar is my mod from original Bilbobrian’s (Brian’s) one. I have inverted the colors black/white, but the original button layout is from Bilbobrian. Thanks Brian
The taskbar is in two versions: with “classic signal bars” and with “Black signal bars”. The taskbar will install the default windows flag for Start button. See the image above. You can find alternative versions of the Start button graphics for classic/black signal bars in the attachments at the bottom of this post. If you want to get rid of the “Start” text you can find the NO_START Patch WWE in the attachments at the bottom of this post.
Please note that this patch will work ONLY on WWE Roms.
Continue on to the application thread for the download and more information.
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