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crossbow for wm2003 SP

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crossbow%20screenshot.png

File Name: crossbow for wm2003 SP

File Submitter: keff

File Submitted: 18 Jan 2007

File Category: Computer

Hi, this is my crossbow-like homescreen for mpx220 and similar (wm 2003 se).

Alarm plugin required.

Click here to download this file

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Very Nice, Love the theme. Downloaded it and installed it. Very weird though, the color scheme, background pics and such are all dark blue's, not even close to the blue/greens in your screen shots. Any Ideas why?, Colors are what initially drew me to this theme.

Let me know.

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The theme is nice. But the colors are off for me too. Also, what do I need to get the icons in the grid formation? Is it RJShortcut?

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File Name: crossbow for wm2003 SP

File Submitter: keff

File Submitted: 18 Jan 2007

File Category: Computer

Hi, this is my crossbow-like homescreen for mpx220 and similar (wm 2003 se).

Alarm plugin required.

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the .cab doesn't works in WM2003SE, i have an Acer n50 with WM2003SE and when I attempt to install it, doesn't works... any idea?

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Guys for Grid menu you can also use gStart Menu.

Download it here http://www.airfagev.com/downloads.asp

;)

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It works fine with my MPx220!! It's got WM2003!!

and I must add it's one nice theme!! well done mate!!

Regards,

Geoffrey

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The theme is nice. But the colors are off for me too. Also, what do I need to get the icons in the grid formation? Is it RJShortcut?

Sorry, haven't been here for a while - the start menu is made by AbstractStart (IMHO better alternative than gStart suggested bellow).

As for colors - It looks a little bit different, my mpx220 has surely different display than my laptop (and I also suspect windows mobile for dithering the background image to smaller number of colors (16M->64k)), but I like the result on my phone (if you are eager to change it, just uncab the file and start photoshopping - and don't forget to post it here ;))

the .cab doesn't works in WM2003SE, i have an Acer n50 with WM2003SE and when I attempt to install it, doesn't works... any idea?

It's for wm2003 smartphone - i suppose that SP and PPC themes arent compatible... feel free to adapt it if you want, Homescreen Designer is a great tool to do it

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