orb3000 · Oct 6, 2010 at 12:00 am

WM Black Kandi Theme for WA3

On our main page we always try to bring you the latest news on what´s happening around the big world of XDA, but from time to time we discover some stuff that perhaps is not new but is worth to mention on our portal. This time we bring back a nice theme created by XDA member earni.
An actual and different look on this theme regarding the upper bar for those using previous versions of Manila, you have all the normal information such as battery meter, signal, etc but on a completely different style. Working on VGA and WVGA resolutions running WM6.1 and up.

Originally posted by earni
[THE] Black Kandi [WA3]

Here we have Black Kandi for WVGA Devices Portrait and Landscape supported. I have included both ‘VOLUME’ and ‘LOUD’ buttons in both states, use whichever you prefer.

Requires Wisbar Advanced 3.
When in portrait, you will probably need to disable the clock because if you have more than 4 icons showing the clock goes over the top of the start button. Works fine in landscape though. This is my first full WA3 theme so lots of feedback would be much appreciated.

Originally made VGA now i have added a WVGA version for you people with better devices

Couple of screenshots from my device (VGA):
Please note i only have a VGA Device but this theme is for WVGA

You can find more information in the theme thread.


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