SPB Shell 3.5 Costume Widget List updated
SPB shell is a very popular User Interface for the Windows Mobile world and soon the Android world. It allows for easy task switching, app opening and many widgets.
Vostradamus has put together a list, which recently received an update. The list consists of many different widgets that can all work with your SPB App. If you have been looking for something new, this could help you bring a new look to your device.
Originally posted by Vostradamus
(08 Mar 2010)
Widgets Manager 3.4:
– Added command to create “null” shortcuts in start menu\programs\vostradamus\null links. These shortcuts are to be used with the special combined Titled Panel Widget
– Minor BugFix: Fixed an issue which sometimes caused the category lists to not be correctly sorted
New Widgets Library containing
– New analog clocks: Ferrari and Tag Heuer Carrera (designed by WhiskeyBro) – (made on request)
– New Backing Panels: Marble and Black Marble 1/3 and 2/3 screen width – (made on request)
– New Link Skin set: Music (4 Guitars and 4 Bass Guitars) – (made on request)
– New special combined widget: Titled Panel. This widget is made out of 3 widgets: a standard picture frame, a backing panel with the “special title” skin and a shortcut to a null application with the “special title” skin (null shortcuts can be created with the appropriate option in Widgets Manager)
Check out the list in the thread
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