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Wallpaper Changer – WaPaC for WM Updated
In case you have not seen it already, XDA member Rapid81 has updated WaPaC for Windows Mobile devices to version 1.4, leaving it´s beta statefrom previous versions. Some of the upgrades, fixes, and features present on the first stable version are: no maximum files number anymore, change NOW interface added to select, now the settings app shows the next time of the schedule, random and continuously change setting added, amongst many others.
Originally posted by Rapid81
[UPDATE 06/07/2010][APP]Wallpaper Changer – WaPaC 1.4
Wallpaper Changer – WaPaC 1.4
Created by Rapid
I created a wallpaper changer application (WaPaC), to the scheduled wallpaper changing on WM’s Today and on Sense. Tested on Samsung Omnia 2 with Sense 2.5 and everything is working fine.
The program is not a beta anymore, but still under development and may contains some bugs.
Changes in 1.4
No maximum files number anymore (maximum folders number is still 100)
A “Change NOW interface” added to select the needed UI to the change
Now the settings app shows the next time of the schedule
Random and continuously change setting added (you’ll see randomizing popup window sometimes)
Intervals minimum set low to 1 minute with 1 minute steps
You can find more information in the application thread.
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