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Pocket PC Themes on the SPV

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Just discovered that Pocket PC Themes work on the SPV!

You can install them as follows:

- Copy the .tsk file to the "IPSMMy Documents" on your SPV

- Press the 'Programs' soft key

- Select 'More...'

Select 'Settings'

Select 'Home Screen'

Select 'Colour scheme'

Select your freshly installed theme, ensure the background is set to 'Default', and voila!

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Where do you get a list of all the classid's. I can program in XML but need to know the classes.

Thanks

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Some Pocket PC themes don’t work correctly and I don’t mean the animated ones, I.e. some of them will cause the alert screens to be one colour, making it impossible to read the alert – all you will see will be the bottom right quarter of the screen. To test this press the volume key once you put a new profile on – it tends to be the darker colours that don’t work too well.

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the smartphone2002 SDK has more info but its not a complete spec for all the options.

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not sure if anyone has noticed, but when you downlod some of the Themes and then go into a new text message The part that should read TO & CC & Subject etc are all invisable its like its got the wong colour.

Is there anyway to change this?

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yea edit the xxxx.home.xml file (xxx is similar to the home screen name but not always the same)

part of the xml defines the colour scheme, (although this is overriden if anything but defualt is chosen in the colour picker), check with the SDK for a list of correct values as some themes are converted pocketpc ones which use more/different values.

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