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Theme, VatExpresso and Sense for Android
In matter of theme tastes, we find many different styles. XDA member Vatri91 presents VatExpresso for your Android device using CyanogenMod 6.x and nightly build with MDPI resolutions. This is a well designed UI theme presented in 2 flavors: Expresso and Sense. Launcher Pro or similar must be installed
Nothing else to say, better take a look at it to see what we are talking about.
Originally posted by Vatri91
VatExpresso && VatSense
Hello. I working on Expresso theme for CyanogenMod 6.x and nightly build. I use graphics from MyTouch 3G Slide. I test theme on HTC Dream and HTC Magic. Theme should work with all Cyanogen 6.x MDPI devices. In package you can find theme(install in metamorph), navbar( for LauncherPro), wallpaper. I try create all 23 Expresso theme for CM, but only if people will interest in the topic. I don’t want waste my time for several users.
If u have black font Clock, Data and Notifications, you shoud chage color.
menu ==> Settings ==>CyanogenMod settings ==> User interface ==> Status bar ==> Color clock. Change it. Write #ffffffff
menu ==> Settings ==>CyanogenMod settings ==> User interface ==> Date and provider ==> Date color. #ffffffff
menu ==> Settings ==>CyanogenMod settings ==> User interface ==> Date and provider ==> Carrier PLMN label color. #ffffffff
menu ==> Settings ==>CyanogenMod settings ==> User interface ==> Date and provider ==> Carrier SPN label color. #ffffffff
menu ==> Settings ==>CyanogenMod settings ==> User interface ==> Notifications color ==> Notifications ticker color. #ffffffff
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