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Titanium Weather Updated for WVGA Resolutions
There are a large number of UIs out there. Most of them feature different plugins, which gives them more functionality. Windows Titanium, which showed up a couple of years ago with the introduction of Windows Mobile 6 in our lives has been a paramount pedestal of development for a while (not only skinning, but to make it do more than what Microsoft originally intended for it). XDA member sv0911 has just updated the infamous weather panels (based on the work by slovenec88) to make it compatible with devices sporting screens with 800×480 (WVGA) resolutions (it was previously compatible with screens with 240×320 (QVGA) resolutions only).
The instructions are laid out very well by the dev and should be a very simple process to follow. However, if you do run into any issues, make sure that you ask the dev about it.
i fixed Titanium Weather Full Screen for WVGA 480×800
It based on the original qwvga 240×400 by slovenec88
To get this to work, follow this steps:
You can find more information in the add-on thread.
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