Album 3.2 (Rhodium S2 and Topaz S2)
Do you want to use the Rhodium and Topaz photo albums on your older device? Member programatix gives you the chance to do so, check out this article and his thread to enjoy this well finished ad-on for your VGA device.
Originally posted by programatix
These are Album 3.2 from Rhodium S2 and Topaz S2 roms. Please use related HTC Menu Enhancement, else menu displayed in Album will have graphical glitch. Also, the zooming in/out using Raphael’s SmartTouch is working smoothly.
G-Sensor Autorotation or any 3rd party autorotation must be disabled for Album because Album handle the autorotation on its own.
The dll has been patched to relocate the menu for WM6.5 with large soft buttons. If you are using WM6.5 with classic UI, please use the unpatched dll from Topaz S2 or Rhodium S2 rom.
Fix the “Albums” selection. Currently it is still WVGA.
Fix image position when opened by tapping on the photo in Manila’s Photo tab.
Continue on to the application thread for more information.
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