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Windows Phone 7 Theme for Spb Mobile Shell 3.5.3
Give your Windows Mobile a fresh new look using the Windows Phone 7 Metro theme offered by mskip. This theme is designed for SPB Mobile Shell 3.5.3 and even works in landscape mode. A nice feature of this theme is that you can uninstall it and go back to your previous one.
Unfortunately this theme is only available for WVGA and VGA devices. However, there’s work undergoing for QVGA and WQVGA devices so hang tight.
Originally posted by mskip
Contains the following:
+ All new layout with invisible buttons at top of Home Hubs for Carousel (top left) and menu (top right).
+ Links on right side of Home Hub 1 to main functions (top button to sound profile, middle invisible button to connections profile and bottom invisible button to task manager) which can easily be changed if desired.
+ 2 Home Hubs (slide up and down to scroll between them) which you can populate with a selection of panels or make up your own.
+ Panels are mostly made up of shortcuts and custom shortcut skins so easy to change images or look (if desired).
+ New menu bars in mobile shell screens.
+ All Screens fully set up for LandScape mode.
+ Lots more that I cant think of right now. Find out for yourself
Update: mskip has been working very hard and has QVGA and WQVGA versions ready for download.
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