orb3000 · Aug 17, 2010 at 09:00 am

Theme AeroStyle for WM6.5.x

If you are looking for a Windows 7 theme, you came to the right place. XDA member CoolProjects created this nice theme for Windows Mobile devices running WM6.5.x.
Aero glass theme will let you have the cursor, the opening menus and many other stuff from windows 7, presented in two flavors: original Aero theme and Black Aero theme.
For now, these themes are for WQVGA/QVGA resolutions, but if you have some developing skills and with the permission of the developer can be ported to other resolutions.

Originally posted by CoolProjects
[THEME] AeroStyle [WM6.5.x QVGA/WQVGA]

Hello! I create this theme for me and decided to share for all. This is my first theme and my glance turned out fine.

Information:
Only WQVGA/QVGA
Aero-like taskbar, bordered menus and other Windows 7 elements.
Replaces the waitcursor on transparent original aero_busy_xl.

You can find more information in the theme thread.


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