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Leddy

Can anyone point me to a screen capture? for PalmOS 5?

Edit: pulled a trial screen capture utility from PalmBoulevard. It puts this stupid trial message in the middle.

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KTamas

Reluna Bluetiful for WA2, WAD, and GSPlayer. Release (at least the WA2 and GSPlayer skin, WAD might come later) as soon as (and if) I get the permission from Bant.

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Nightkrawler

Looks great!

I would just make the Buttons less shiny (darker) and it would look perfect ^^

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KTamas

Looks great!

I would just make the Buttons less shiny (darker) and it would look perfect ^^

Done ;) Will release it soon, sometimes next week.

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KTamas

Pretty much finished.

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Reluna for WA2, WAD and GSPlayer. Coming soon.

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KTamas

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Click on the image ;)

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Galley

Photo1: my LifeDrive with running MegaLauncher

Photo 2: my LifeDrive running Kinoma Player 3 EX. It supports .m4a AAC files and displays embedded artwork at full-size (up to 300 x 300).

KTamas: that theme is so beautiful it makes me want to "turn to the dark side". Not really, but it is very nice. ;)

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Damian

Photo1: my LifeDrive with running MegaLauncher

Photo 2: my LifeDrive running Kinoma Player 3 EX. It supports .m4a AAC files and displays embedded artwork at full-size (up to 300 x 300).

KTamas: that theme is so beautiful it makes me want to "turn to the dark side". Not really, but it is very nice. ;)

beautiful :yes:

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prz

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I'm glad I picked white :)

EDIT: If this is in the wrong place, let me apologize. But where would it go?

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JohnMarsten

I'm glad I picked white :)

EDIT: If this is in the wrong place, let me apologize. But where would it go?

It'd go in the post your mobile devices thread, not the mobile device desktop thread ;)

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prz

It'd go in the post your mobile devices thread, not the mobile device desktop thread ;)

could you point me to such a thread? i seem to be blind :ninja:

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Cube

Odd, my attatchment disappeared :|

Anyway:

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wow that looks awsome, can you post a link?

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Click on the image ;)

Thanks, I am gonna install this one. looks great!

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Nightkrawler

Thanks!

The Download link is in the post #17

The attached picture disappeared, thus i reposted it. :blush:

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DigitalC

Reluna Bluetiful for WA2, WAD, and GSPlayer. Release (at least the WA2 and GSPlayer skin, WAD might come later) as soon as (and if) I get the permission from Bant.

pda011206.png

What do you use for displaying your tasks on your today screen?

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Hottoast

:woot: Just got my first Smartphone.

Motorola MPx220

Windows Mobile 2003

Theme: Bliss Art - Version: 1.0 - Author: Sean Kaimana

Download Here: http://www.airfagev.com/

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oojaxxoo

here is a shot from my new tmobile mda :D

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Echilon

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Click on the image ;)

Damn, you always have the most amazing PPC desktops :woot:

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Cube

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New skin suite, click on the image ;)

really nice but how can I get a signal strength icon? I use my tmobile mda and that would be awsome if you added that

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Ferret

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Theme: It's called "Icons" by someone called "w411y", you can get it here: www.modaco.com/

Phone: SPV C550

Unlocked to all networks, and application unlocked !

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