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Theme BluElephant for WM
Following the great work of XDA member Lunie, we´ve found this great eye-candy theme now dropped and ported to Saya series. This work is based on the anime/manga style and it has a complete series of themes including more than 50 icons and task bars. The complete version will include three main variants: Saya, Ice, and Pure and we can expect to have all completed by four weeks according to the developer. By now, you can try BlueElephant/Saya on the original thread, and as always, don´t forget to leave feed back which is very important.
Themes are working on WVGA devices running CHT2.0
Originally posted by Lunie
[THEME] SayaBlu 1.0 [WVGA] CHT 2.0 & WM 6.5.x (12/24 release)
Beta team now Full thanks♥
*Current Progress Dock Icons are from Illumine*
Here are some concepts relative to the theme im producing. There will be 3 versions of this theme. Labeled Ice(0.1 UI), Saya and Pure.
In Progress: New Slider, S2U2 theme, Full Manila theme e.g settings tabs icons and a whole bunch of randomness you’ll enjoy♥
BluElephant now dropped and ported to Saya ^^’
You can find more information in the themes thread.
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