orb3000 · Mar 10, 2011 at 03:58 pm

Sense Theme for CM7

XDA member nhnt11 presents an interesting Sense theme for your Android device using Cyanogenmod 7. This theme supports HDPI, MDPI and LDPI resolutions and was born as an experiment to learn the theme engine. As a result, we have a good looking theme that will give you a nice home screen on your device. The developer mentions that this theme does not give you Sense widgets. To install this, click on the apk from within a file manager, then open theme chooser, find the one that says NTSense (blank preview) and hit apply. Probably, it will show a popup saying resources are missing for your screen size, hit apply and reboot.
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Originally posted by nhnt11
[CM7 Theme Chooser][H/M/LDPI] NTSense – Sense for CM7!!! (Updated 9/3)

Hi guys,

This is a port of the Sense framework. It works with the theme chooser so it’s easily updatable.
This theme supports HDPI, MDPI and LDPI. I don’t have an HDPI/MDPI phone around to test though, so it would be much appreciated if you could test it out and tell me what you think, if you find any bugs, etc.

This theme was originally an experiment for me to learn/figure out the theme engine (I never intended to actually use it because I’m not a big sense fan), but many people liked it and I got a request for HDPI so I thought I’d just continue working on it as a proper theme.

The complete framework is themed, including status bar, notifications, icons, dialogs, buttons, progress bars, overscroll glow, etc etc. Also I’ve put in a version of the honeycomb keyboard with green highlights instead of blue.

Continue to the application thread.


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