wingman1487 · Apr 27, 2010 at 02:17 pm

RR33 Finger Keyboard 2 Skins, WP7 Style

Like your current keyboard but sometime wish you could add a bit more flavor to it?  Well if you are into the new movement towards Windows Phone 7 themes then you will love the work done here by RR33.  With a lot of hard work he has brought to light a new on-screen keyboard based on the new Windows Phone 7 style of keyboards.  The keyboard features portrait and landscape and it also includes a nice arrows bar.  This is for just about every screen resolution including QVGA, WQVGA, VGA, and WVGA.  You also have the choice to include the arrow bar or not.

I’ve completely remade layouts to suit my skins : replaced popup key by pressed key effect, added predTXT to all versions, added landscape arrows bar

Check out the thread for more info.


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