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zeroday

Old picture. Using a Crossbow (WM6) Theme. The background is actually more blue then green, but it shows up greenish with the capture program.

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

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What program are you running? Wisbar desktop?

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eVision

ummm Smartmonitor, Facade and Fizz Traveller

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DrBroccoli
ummm Smartmonitor, Facade and Fizz Traveller

Oh.. SmartPhone edition? I just assumed since the screen size was 4:3, not 1:1 it was PPC edition.

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+Dick Montage

Actually, eVision - What hardware are you running that on?

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eVision
Actually, eVision - What hardware are you running that on?

I am running it on a Cingular 3125/HTC Star Trek.

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+Dick Montage

Shame those apps are SmartPhone only :(

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Damian
I am running it on a Cingular 3125/HTC Star Trek.

Does it work on WM Smartphone 2002 ?

if so, i can pimp up my old motorola mpx200.

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eVision
Does it work on WM Smartphone 2002 ?

if so, i can pimp up my old motorola mpx200.

The layout should work I don't know about the programs you would have to look them up.

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DaViD_BRaNDoN
Old picture. Using a Crossbow (WM6) Theme. The background is actually more blue then green, but it shows up greenish with the capture program.

May I have that WM6 theme? Does it work in WM5? Thanks in advanced ;)

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pyehac

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Phone: Motorola SLVR

Skin: Windows XP

Wallpaper: shake your booty

Music application: iTunes

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Tantawi

Nice images everyone :)

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zeroday
May I have that WM6 theme? Does it work in WM5? Thanks in advanced ;)

heh, forgot about this thread...lol.

I put together a 'lil theme pack for WM5 phones after collecting the bits from xda-devs forum, you can find it on the download section of my blog here.

It has 3 themes, 3 bootscreens, 2 Windows Media Player Mobile 10 Skins, replacement Phonepad theme and ringtones. ;)

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Echilon

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I sold my HTC Wizard and got an N95. You can't customise it as much, but it works much better as a phone :p

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djweasel

Where can I find themes for a Palm Treo 700wx (Windows Mobile 5)

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DrBroccoli

Here's my latest, I just stick with TSKs for now =D

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djweasel
It's hard to find square themes.

Here's a program that changes your default blue theme to any color you want.

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http://greatbal.blogspot.com/2006/04/baseh...m5-devices.html

It works on the ipaq hw6915 wich has an square screen.

Man I wish I had WM6 on my treo cus it looks sweet....I guess I'll just stick with a picture for my background.

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DrBroccoli
Man I wish I had WM6 on my treo cus it looks sweet....I guess I'll just stick with a picture for my background.

That program you quoted is for Windows Mobile 5...

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Damian
Man I wish I had WM6 on my treo cus it looks sweet....I guess I'll just stick with a picture for my background.

You can use it on your Treo.

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shivs
Here's my latest, I just stick with TSKs for now =D

phone.jpg

Where can I get this TSK please?

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ahfunaki

My Cingular 8525 ( HTC Hermes )

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+InsaneNutter

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My 6630 with the N90 Waves theme :)

Echilon, if thats not the default N95 theme where did you get it? it looks great.

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