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TLCARS for Throttle Launcher
XDA member alecoddlyiv has spent some time working to develop themes for throttle launcher. This first release presented by the developer evokes Star Trek Universe in a very modern theme. Theme is applied to several tabs over Manila. Working for Windows Mobile devices with QVGA and WQVGA resolutions, on devices loaded with WM6.5 and up.
Originally posted by alecoddlyiv
I have spent a long time over on the throttle launcher forums learning how to code themes and am now ready to release my first full theme TLCARS.
For those that don’t know it is based on the LCARS computer system from the Star Trek Universe.
Screenshots of both versions are available here.
Downloads are available from the throttle launcher site theme section
You can find more information on the application thread.
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