For people who don't like the mail and sms tabs (could be
), here is my home tab.
It's based on Gullum
theme (here on ThrottleLauncher forums
or here on XDA
It seems right now that the pictures of his theme are not available due to a bandwidth problem where pics are uploaded.
EDIT: I found the theme image via GoogleImages, here you go.
Before (left) and after (right):
I basically took ideas from his XML, the code for the 2 lines where first there is the date, and second whre there are the 3 items: missed phone calls, mails and text messages. The grey bar in the middle is simply a copy from the one after "alarm off" (if you want them to be thicker, change their attributes "minheight="1"", where "1" means the bar will be 1 pixel thick).
You need to place the three icons (taken from Gullum
's theme) in the icon folder of TouchFlo (\Program Files\ThrottleLauncher\Setups\Touchflo3d\icons). There are in the icon_and_xml.zip attached to the post.
Additionally, I removed the date from the top bar where there is the name of the operator which is now in the middle instead to be on the right.
Eventually, unticked in the TouchFlo3D conf the SMS and MAIL tabs (if you want of course).
XML file for my home tab is attached to the post. You have to edit the XML to set your email account. For me it's "Gmail", it can be for you "outlook" or whatever you call it (case sensitive).
So change the "Gmail" from the line below to what you need to open:
<text text=" #$reg,HKEY_CURRENT_USER\System\State\Messages\TotalEmail\Unread\Count# " path="setups\Touchflo3d\icons\nmail.png" name="Unread email" fonttype="12,true" fontcolor="255,255,255" leftmargin="30" topmargin="6" rowspan="1" width="32" height="32" exec="\Windows\tmail.exe" params="-service "Gmail" -open "Inbox""/>
You can also tweak the way the date is shown, here you see a date w/o any coma, with day first and so on, of course we all have our habits for this, just edit the XML and play around with the orange part shown below (dddd: day in letters (ex: Thursday), dd: day in numbers (ex: 21 for today), MMMM: month in letters (ex: August) and yyyy: year (ex: 2008)). Language of your date is from your "regional settings" of WM, that's why they are in French here.
<text text="#$date,dddd dd MMMM yyyy#" fonttype="10,true" fontcolor="255,255,255" leftmargin="0" rowspan="3" width="178"/>