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illicit

New skin suite, click on the image ;)

Wow, that looks pretty sweet.

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AuRe

here is a shot from my new tmobile mda :D

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Where did u download it please????

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lieb39

BB 7130g Home :p

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Diffused Mind

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What theme is that?

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Ji@nBing

Nintendo DS Lite running Moonshell with my LE5 port:

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buckaroo

Ok, found out how to make screenshots :D

My Asus MyPal 636N:

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My Qtek 9090:

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Echilon

That's some nasty anti-aliasing on the icons.

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ShadowlineDesigns

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A Mix of the iPhone theme, and the WM6 style. It is a personal work in progress using Wisbar advance and WA Desktop.

It is running on an HP iPAQ rx3715 Mobile Media Compainon WM2003se.

And off topic, my first post of hopefully many more to come here at neowin. :shiftyninja:

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djweasel

I need to get a sweet layout/background on my Treo 700wx

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Ferret

I've upgraded from my SPV C550, so I got a new desktop now... I got the SPV M600, running Windows Mobile 6.

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I got the standard 'Guava Bubbles' theme running.

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corey1138

Hers my Moto Q

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MasterC

Here's my Axim X51V. I just got it a few days ago. I'm kinda minimalistic, can't you tell :p

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Echilon
Here's my Axim X51V. I just got it a few days ago. I'm kinda minimalistic, can't you tell :p

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You need to get Wisbar installed :p

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MasterC
You need to get Wisbar installed :p

:laugh: I actually tried that and didn't like any of the themes I found. I also tried some weather plugins, rlToday, etc. I just didn't like them that much :rolleyes:

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Damian

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Acer N311 - For Sale

HP iPAQ HW6915 - Main Device

Imate Jam - Remote Control for my Powerbook

No more themes for me, Like MasterC said: i don't like the themes either.

Last time posting here...

i'll be back when i have my iPhone :p

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eVision

Here is the same layout just different gfx. I used a gfx I found on DeviantArt.

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