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Theme Blue Tribal Dragon for Manila 2.5
From the vast world of theming, we bring the work of XDA member buru898, a blue theme called Tribal Dragon for your Windows Mobile device using Manila/Sense 2.5, which also has clock theme available. Themes can be found in two blue tones, including the slide bar and the wall papers as well.
The top and bottom bar images only work in WM6.5 devices with Manila 2.5 and up with WVGA resolutions.
Please be careful when replacing .tsk files to avoid unwanted problems.
Originally posted by buru898
[THEME]!*Blue Tribal Dragon* *Blue Simple Planet* Sense/Manila 2.5 Theme!
I decided to post in the general themes since this is for any WVGA device with Sense 2.5 (not sure if certain versions are/aren’t compatible).
Hey everyone this is my VERY first theme and first contribution but I’m pretty alright with Photoshop and was very disappointed with the Sense 2.5 themes out there (sorry guys but I like blue !) so I decided to attempt to make my own.
I always wanted a super blue them lol and I finally got enough motivation to make one haha ;p.
I also plan on making a really sick looking red/steel theme even though I don’t like red but the best-looking themes tend to be red hah.
I also plan to make the Sense 2.5 selected item highlight color blue but eh maybe at a later time lol.
So without further adieu here is my Sense 2.5 Blue Tribal Dragon Theme!!
You can find more information in the theme thread.
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