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[Theme][Inverted]Talk 4.1.2-Market 3.10-GMail 4.2.1- Google Now 2.2.10-Upd:(12/17/12)

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By Gunthermic, Recognized Themer / Forum Moderator on 18th November 2012, 04:00 PM
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GTalk 4.1.2 Inverted and DarkHorse Style.

GTalk 4.1.2 ** Newest Version
*** Special Feature brough to you by Average Joes...
Now new chats show with a color instead of just a bold color. First of it's kind for Talk app....

Market 3.10.10 Inverted and DarkHorse Style.

Google Play * Newest version (12/13/12)

Gmail 4.2.1 Inverted and DarkHorse Style.

G-Mail 4.2.1 ** New Version

G-Mail 4.2 ** Old Version

Google Now Inverted and DarkHorse Style.

Google Now 2.2.10.54 ** New Version

This is an installable apk.
1. You must uninstall updates
2. Remove current Google Now via Root Explorer(Unless you have my previous version already.
3. REBOOT!!!! This is a Must!
4. install apk by goign into root explorer and clickign it to install!!!
5. Enjoy all the beautiful DarkHorse Themed Google Now!


Changelog
11/26/2012
* G-Mail redone
* Lockscreen widgets now functioning
* Added/Change more images for the xxhdpi Devices (Nexus 10)
* Made G-Mail look same on NeXus 7

12/04/12
* Updated to Gmail 4.2.1 (upload later today)
* Email preview fix by B-Boy!! Thanx for rooting it out!
12/07/12
* Fixed Gmail animation notifications
* fixed plurals and text when deleting emails
12/10/12
* Added Google Now
12/13/12
* Updated Google now to 2.2.10
* Updated PlayStore to 3.10.10
12/17/12
* Added GTalk 4.1.2 * With special Feature of Highlighted New Chats.
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19th November 2012, 02:06 PM |#3  
Has anybody tried and used these? If not, then I can close this down and not worry about doing these up for N10.
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Has anybody tried and used these? If not, then I can close this down and not worry about doing these up for N10.

What exactly is it? Description? Screenshots?
19th November 2012, 11:47 PM |#5  
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What exactly is it? Description? Screenshots?

link for play store is down.
20th November 2012, 09:28 AM |#6  
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link for play store is down.

Just remove extra part "URL" in the link. I'm downloading now op, I loved inverts. Will post back results

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20th November 2012, 09:57 AM |#7  
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Just remove extra part "URL" in the link. I'm downloading now op, I loved inverts. Will post back results

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Opps. I removed myself.
20th November 2012, 02:43 PM |#8  
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Keep em coming. How about 80% Transparent Inverted apps.
20th November 2012, 04:05 PM |#9  
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Keep em coming. How about 80% Transparent Inverted apps.


Thank you. I have Market, Talk, Gmail, Google Now done. just testing them to make sure of compliance.

I dont do transparent ones. Sorry, barely keep up with the GNeX, N7 and now N10...
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Thank you. I have Market, Talk, Gmail, Google Now done. just testing them to make sure of compliance.

I dont do transparent ones. Sorry, barely keep up with the GNeX, N7 and now N10...

What do I need to have to make them transparent. Photoshop?
20th November 2012, 05:09 PM |#11  
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What do I need to have to make them transparent. Photoshop?

That be one way. But different apps use different things for backgrounds.

But yes if you know which image files are beign used for what parts, then you could make them more transparent and usign the 7Zip method drag newer images into them..

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