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Surreal Aluminium Theme
Art on Windows Mobile devices: if you enjoyed previous themes of Dali´s famous paintings, you will find this one a must have. XDA member tin2404 just updated this surrealistic theme into aluminum. It reminds me a bit to GTX’s color combination of whites.
Interesting new icons are present on this theme as well as new slider and program icons.
An absolute must have for all art and theme lovers out there.
Originally posted by tin2404
SURREALISTIC SAGA CONTINUES !!
After long work and a lot of hard resets and reinstalls it is here ready for download…Surrealistic touch, much more aerodynamic and organic designed and pritty unusuall….This IS stabile version and Now full compatible with newest CHT Editor and Cookie Hometab !Everything has been made up from scratch and it does not need GTX installation any more (GTX stays just engine for this deep beneath).And I decide to make multiple packages for further customization by own preferences.
CHANGE LOG 10.06.2010
- Full compatibile with extensions CHT Editor and Cookie Hometab
- 386 images altered from scratch one by one
- Used vector tools (Photoshop is inferior and too much compresses the images) for higher resolution graphics.
- Slightly cleaning and “housekeeping”.
You can find more information in the theme thread
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