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Skins/Themes WP7 Series for JMLToday Devs Needed
This series of skins/themes were started by XDA member mfgrdfct, who created several great graphics to get the look´n´feel of Windows Phone 7. No information on what resolution or in what WM devices testing is happening.
Work is still in progress, but these skins look very promising so far. The developer calls for help in specific areas, such as jmlpanex/jmltoday language. If you feel like you can help, do not hesitate to contact the developer.
Originally posted by mfgrdfct
[SKIN][THEME] WP7series/ ‘JMLToday’ Based Titanium
Long long over due- though here is a preview for my JMLToday based Skin/Titanium Theme-
Uses the JMLToday plugin to update and display most dynamic notifications, dates, appts, and so forth, as well as some modded & custom CHome plugins.
More or less this is a preview and call for help >.< Looking for anyone good with JMLPanex, Mortscript, and familiar with the JMLToday 5.70 plugin- as only half the links work and hoping a fresh set of eyes might help identify the problem!
Anyone interested please pvt message me- and I will try my hardest to get the source ASAP to you!
Please no messages about wanting to beta test it, I swear it will be released in its entirety on completion for all!
You can find more information in the skins thread.
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