Theme Slider Ravislider for WM
XDA member Bonito77 presents a new slider style for your Windows Mobile device running Cookie Home Tab 1.8 and 2.0 as well. Complete transparent sliders using text instead of icons with 4 variations of theme backgrounds can be found in the original developer’s thread.
If you want to personalize your Manila slider, step in and have a look to this alternative.
Originally posted by Bonito77
[B]§_Bonito77 “NEW RAVIESLIDER”_§ [B](Update for CHT_2.0+CHT_Softkays)
ONE MORE SLIDER FOR YOU
Finished my new Senseslider and here it is. I think my gold Slidebox looks good with it, but the .cap included no Slidebox its transparent. Slideboxes you can download here. Or two new here.
Big Thanks goes to poyensa for the mode9 File.
Now also working with CHT_2.0 (2nd cab file)
Thanks poyensa again for modified the mode9 Manila.
Continue to original thread here.
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