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SenseUtil (Tab Control File Editor) for WM
XDA member meltwater presents this useful application for your Windows Mobile device. SenseUtil will let you take full control of Manila/Sense by reading the tab control file and allow you to add/remove tabs using a simple xml file. This tool has no great UI but it will be of help to those using older versions of Manila/Sense by allowing you to disable/enable or even restart the hTC home screen. The developer invites members to test the third version, so he can have feedback to improve future versions.
Originally posted by meltwater
[MOD][SENSE2.5TAB] SenseUtil (Tab Control File Editor) – 3rd Release[TESTERS NEEDED]
I’ve started the project now, will add features as I go, but others are welcome to work on it too.
This is an app which I think is overdue for editing sense.
The plan is a simple program which reads the tab control file (file 26948339_manila) and allow you to add/remove tabs using a simple xml file to provide the correct info.
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