Ok - now it's installed (Main.cab, 15Tabs.cab, DoubleRingAClock.cab), I have a couple of comments/queries:
1) the Settings tab - it has lost the "Order tabs" option, but still has the "Sound" & "Communications" options - which are defunct now that those two options are in the bottom menu - this strikes me as a bit odd....
2) er - why have the "Data - weather" option on settings?? It's easily found in the "Weather" tab.
3) The analogue clock LOOKS FAB! But when you boot up it stays at 12:00 until the flip clock changes - I can understand why, but it didn't half make me think the device had frozen when I first booted it up!
4) The "About" option in Settings doesn't do anything. Did it before?? I can't remember, and I can't easily find out without apparantly manually removing all the "_manilla" files? Is that right? Are you planning to have the cabs properly "uninstallable" (is that a word???) in the future? I'd like to remove the "15Tabs" part because I don't think I'll use the extra ones (Call History is available direct on Home Page, Sounds I wouldn't play with too much, Calendar doesn't do anything, Comm Manager I have set on the Right SoftKey on home anyway and the new Settings tab doesn't make sense to me (as noted above). Am I right that the only way to achieve this is to remove the entire Theme system and re-install the Main and Clock .cabs?
5) If you like to have the "no-curtains" looks - don't bother to put the "black.jpg" file in place - looks good.
Although the tab bar isn't properly transparent - but it works ok. - well - actually it IS fully transparent in "People","Photos & Videos" but not in "Programs", or "Call History" (oddly).
6) The Calendar is a little lacking in functionality - is that right?? (it just highlights today)??
7) Comm Manager tab doesn't include the "Data Connection" option (I like to be able to turn that off to save battery life).
8) I LUURVE the Abstract background image - very nice indeed.
Overall I like it a lot - but in the first 15 minutes of playing - the above stood out as "niggles". I appreciate the system itself very much indeed!
Edited by RiceBurner, 10 February 2009 - 09:14 PM.