orb3000 · Oct 13, 2010 at 09:00 pm

Transparent WaitCursor for WM

Making a time travel trough the infinite threads floating around we found WaitCursor, an application created by XDA member Marshall07 that will let you change the wait cursor on your Windows Mobile device. A big collection of many different style icons to change your actual cursor can be found on the developer’s original thread. You can even create your own wait cursor.
Despite the app is quite old still has good acceptance from members with newer devices. Working on WM6.5 and up for VGA and QVGA resolutions.

Originally posted by Marshall07
[APP – 27th Mar 2009] MWC3 Transparent WaitCursor

MWC3 (Marshall WaitCursor 3) is an application that replaces the default Windows Mobile WaitCursor. It is not a way to skin the existing one (shellres.96.dll), but it is a standalone application that offers a new concept of wait cursors.

[ NEWS ]

27th Mar 2009: Cursor Pack LARGE released
24th Mar 2009: MWC3.0 released

[ NOTES ]

- Uninstall older versions of MWC before installing this
– Install in Device Memory to ensure a better working
– It seems that MWC3 is working on WM6.5

You can find more information in the application thread


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