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Titanium Weather Updated for WVGA Resolutions
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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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