orb3000 · Aug 21, 2010 at 06:00 pm

Theme Touch of Glass Sense 2.5 for WM

Another theme for Windows Mobile devices using Sense/Manila 2.5 is ready for you to try. XDA member djcedric together with BobsBBQ worked out this theme from scratch. Although this theme has a glassy style, developers state that their work is not based in any way on Dinik´s work.
All tabs are completely redesigned using Cookie Home Tab as a base. The suite has been outfitted to complement Sense with a new slider, end key, task bar, templates, and a set of new icons called Square Glass with more than 180 icons.

Originally posted by djcedric
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1.”Say Thanks to Bob & Me”

Important!
All these icons and theme is made from scratch,they are not dinik based!

Bob & Me have work together to make a theme for the xda community
and for bob’s LIA Roms,the theme is not complete yet but will grow in the future.
We have tried to make more squared icons and more clear (with less glare) layouts and keep the glass effect.
You are free to use it for personal use,if you want to change it or use it in your rom,no problem just ask it to Bob or Me.
We like to have comments & suggestions ,requests will be impossible for the moment until the theme is finished.

You can find more information in the theme thread.


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