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Roosticity Icons for Sencity Theme WM
For the ones following the Sencity theme, now you have more icons to include on it. XDA member Rooster100 presents 200 sharp vector icons for this theme. The developer brings useful information, so Chefs can include them on their cooks, NRGZ28 has now included these in his famous ROM series as well.
Also, you have the option to request an specific theme and/or an icon maker .cab with detailed instructions if you want to create your own.
Originally posted by Rooster100
Roosticity icon set 20.10.2010
Almost 200 sharp vector icons to suit .sencity theme
Have you seen the superb new .sencity theme by _LeCiel_? It’s clean, simple and STUNNING!
But some bits are not quite finished yet and like many of you who have tried it and are hooked on the look, I am impatient and want more- and want it NOW! My old program icons looked like a dogs breakfast sitting next to the slick .sencity design and it was already driving me nuts – and LeCiel only released the theme a week ago!
So I got all fired up and put this icon pack together and now my phone looks almost all .sencity. I now walk taller, my teeth are much whiter and now a single look from me makes the ladies go weak at the knees….
So this is the Roosticity Icon set – I hope you enjoy them!
3rd November, 2010
Updated zipped folder to include all the “Standard ROM” icons included in the cab plus a stack of icons for additional programs. Includes extra icons Lycox has contributed up to this date. Now almost 200 icons in total.
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