orb3000 · Aug 8, 2010 at 06:00 pm

Swype 3.9, Skin GTX Style

As we all know, the GTX UI is very popular and many applications have been skinned to fit on the same style. Now, XDA Member Mr. Makk presents a nice skin for swipe keyboard.
Despite this being the first release and as developer says “there is room for a lot of improvement but it will be done one by one”, this nice skin is worth to try, and if you like it please leave feedback so future versions can be improved.

Originally posted by Makk
|SKIN|04/08| Swype 3.9 GTX Style – Download NOW!!

SWYPE 3.9 GTX SKIN
Have been admiring GTX Style for long and waiting someone to make similar skin for Swype. I came across Lycox’s GTX Skin for EzInput so i started doing it myself with his help. Project is almost complete.

Code:
Release 1
change qwerty y and z in normal mode Done
fixed button location issue Done
New high resolution graphics thankx to.. Done
Fixed caps button in portrait Done

Although there is room for alot of improvement but it will be done one by one.

….A BIG THANKS TO LYCOX FOR HIS GTX RESOURCES….

You can find more information in the skin thread.


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