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Sense Hero Theme for Smartphones
For those members using QVGA devices with non touch screen, this great theme presented by XDA member gtg465x will be of your liking. Based on the Hero Sense, this new UI will completely change your WM home screen and will make your WM look like Android. Everything is working on it, including weather panel as the developer wrote it from scratch.
Working for Windows Mobile Standard 6.1 or 6.5.
Please leave feedback so developer can fix any bugs found.
Originally posted by gtg465x
[THEME] [Status Upd 6/9/2010] [QVGA Lnd] [Std 6.1|6.5] SenseHero for Smartphone Theme
Well, I’ve had a lot of free time on my hands lately and this is the result. I’ll probably be ditching my Blackjack II in about a month when I’m eligible for an upgrade, but I had to make one last theme for it.
As far as I’m aware, there are no other sliding panel themes like this for Windows Mobile Standard, and yes, the weather works! I had to write my own application for the weather (edit: and for the clock… I tried just using the HTC font for the clock but it didn’t look that great). Since it’s a sliding panel theme, there are of course pretty sliding animations when navigating around the home screen.
You can find more information in the theme thread.
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