orb3000 · Dec 23, 2010 at 06:00 am

Theme Stargate Sense UI for WM

Who said WM is dead?! XDA member tin2404 presents this original new theme for your Windows Mobile device. Stargate theme evokes a space UI environment with very special icons, so you will need to get used to them as they are completely different form the original ones. The developer comes from a well designed original themes tradition such as Art Deco and Dali works, with links that can be found on the original thread as well.
Remember to disable Sense before installation, then just enable it, customize, and enjoy!

Originally posted by tin2404
Here we go !!

As I allways do,here are preview images of my new interface Sense UI design
STARGATE SENSE UI
I AM MADE THIS INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS AS SIMPLE AS POSSIBLE :

1. Dissable Sense
2. Download,unzip and install STARGATE SENSE UI
3. Choose wallpaper STARGATE WALLPAPER in your devices My document folder
4. Customise and use your device.

NOTICE

There ARE NO classic icons appearence and YOU SHOULD to LEARN how to use SYMBOLS instead classic icon sets.!
If font colour is too dark you can use lighter font colours.All issues of that kind could be find on forum.
You have been warned !

” Symbols are locked in place ! “

Continue to the theme’s original thread.


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