orb3000 · Jul 27, 2010 at 03:00 pm

Touchflo Styled Slider for Sense/Manila 2.5

Are you nostalgic and want to add a retro style to your Windows Mobile device?, XDA member knots created a slider for Manila/Sense 2.5 based on touchflo3D 2.0 black and white one.
All icons are present on this “classic style” slider that will give your UI a different look for your device.
Please report any bugs to the developer, so they can be fixed.

Originally posted by knots
[SLIDER] Touchflo styled slider for Sense/manila 2.5

Hello all,

I’ve created a slider for sense/manila 2.5 based on the classic monochromatic icons from touchflo3D 2.0.

Icons include:
Home, people, sms, email, internet, reader, photos & videos, music, calendar, stocks, footprints, recent documents, twitter, weather, programs (not pictured) and settings.

This is my first cab so if something somehow goes wrong, I may not be able to help you.

Enjoy! :)

You can find more information in the slider thread.


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