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Skin for Swype WP7 & GTX Style
One more time, XDA member lesscro brings a nice skin, and this time it gives the look and feel of the new upcoming Windows Phone 7 to Swipe 2.0/3.9.
This attractive skin can be found on the classic black and blue of WP7 or in white tones for GTX Touch themes. The developer also presents both skins for all resolutions WVGA, QVGA, VGA, WQVGA, etc.
Originally posted by lesscro
To match with some new skin available over Web or XDA…
i make a Skin to change Swype design like WP7 keyboard (based on screen capture…
MULTI RES Support !
behind keyboard, the must talk WAD skin… WP7 LeSScro series RC2
SWYPE 3.9 progress
>>>>>>>>>> updated 17/05/10
How To : v2.0
*- install [keyboard] Swype_Your resolution.cab
*- install [LeSScro] Swype Skin_Your resolution.cab
You can find more information in the skin thread
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