The world of Windows Mobile will never be the same after HTC came through with Sense UI, and now we can get the complete experience. This little tool changes for a whole new experience to your device.
This application seems like it could really improve my experience with not only Touch Flo 3D, but Windows Mobile as a whole. I think if you own an HD2, this is your best friend.
I have created a new .NetCF SDK that mimics HTC’s Sense UI Look ‘n Feel…
I have attempted to reproduce, as close and as possible, the human interaction with this WM skin from HTC.
Seperate VGA/QVGA Resource libs [for you skinning guru’s]
Full Apha Blending, Trancparency GDI+ support and API available
WYSIWYG Visual Studio development [asmmeta dll included!]
Full Finger Control[List attempts to learn your scrolling tendencies!]
Full Tap ‘n Hold OS integration
Auto SIP detection [scrolls list up to display textbox]
Combobox size detection [scrolls list up to display max list items]
Full Trackbar animation
List scrolls N, S, E, and West
Full ‘Sense’ Messagebox support [plus a SenseSDK bonus * see images]
List panels can react to panel press on entire surface or just the control area
List panels can be configured to raise/not raise click events based on panel press
List panels can show/hide panel animation
Panel text is easily updated… base on other panel and/or child interaction
Try out the full experience in the thread.
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