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Windows Mobile 7 Theme for your Dash

4th March 2008, 05:57 AM |#1  
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This is a theme I created from a couple of themes posted on the SBSH forums, started by the Windows Mobile 7 screenshots.

I have attached the MadBeetle clock plugin as well as Smartmonitor which are both required to display this theme properly. You will need to register MadBeetle, Smartmonitor is free. The theme is attached as a .cab file for easy installation. Thanks

For those needing the blue SmartToolkit theme, it's included in the theme cab. The cab will create the WM7 folder under Program Files/SmartToolkit/skins and dump the required files into that directory. All you have to do after that is go to Appearance, in SmartToolKit and change the theme.
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File Type: cab NRG WM7 Theme.cab - [Click for QR Code] (172.9 KB, 1722 views)
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4th March 2008, 01:41 PM |#2  
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Nice job. thanks
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Nice theme. Too bad about Mad Beetle though, the word 'demo' over the clock really kills the look.
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Search for a serial..... or buy it!
5th March 2008, 01:20 AM |#5  
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how do u install the clock and the smart monitor on to the ppc after u get them extracted? thanks for the help! cant wait to try this out!
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ok i installed the wm7 theme cab. then i moved the extracted folder of smartmonitor and mbclockplug_sp4 to \Program files\smarttoolkit\skins\*.* directory and i dont see the clock or the other information.

secondly, my icons are small and misaligned (placed right underneath the blue box) and i dont have my calendar!!!
what do i do NRGZ28?? thanks bro
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You RUN the smartmonitor and clock .cabs.... There's nothing to extract!!
5th March 2008, 02:58 AM |#8  
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thanks bud i figured everything out

btw can you please also sugg what program i can use to overclock my dash a lil bit more? thanks
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Wow. Awesome. That signal meter is too cool. And I have MadBeetle so no issues there.
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does this only work for smart phones?

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