orb3000 · Jun 10, 2010 at 11:43 pm

WM6.5 Themes KenChan M8

Following XDA member kenchan2009 great work on Windows Mobile Titanium themes, we put the eye on this nice looking one called M8, based on blue colors and smooth transparencies.
Work on resolutions WVGA, VGA, WQVGA, and QVGA for WM6.5, just install the cab and enjoy.

Originally posted by kenchan2009
【ThemeName】 WM6.5 themes “KenChan Gray Green”
【Themeformat】 CAB & OEM
【Date】 produced May 11, 2010
】 【Theme of KenChan (Nocturne I solo)
Contact】 【Onhttp://hi.baidu.com/kenchan
【】 WM6.5 simulator test platform tested
【Model】 supportPPC Windows Mobile 6.5 WVGA\ VGA \ WQVGA\ QVGA
【Installation】 direct install CAB; in the “Today” option to select the appropriate topic
【Theme】 integrated OEMcustominto the “OEM” directory, not a secondary directory. OEM go to 2nd floordownload
【Introduction】 theme

  1. The background color: # 333333;fontcolor: # AEAEAE; listViewSelector.png, menuSelector.png, wallpaper with grassgreenstyle. Or you can call this the theme of the night mode.
  2. For the first time simulated the pressure of the line of light effects, a shining Oh, you do not have to envy the lines of good-looking Android, WM also can! The overall effect quite crab.
  3. BUG: darker background color of the subject will have normal color is not part of the interface, including somesoftware, dial-up panel of non-Microsoft official, information, etc., is not possibleto solve. But this is still the subject of beautiful models.

You can find more information on the theme thread.


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