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kevinpwhite

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Nov 19, 2006
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To mark the end of 2012, here is a further updated ‘operational’ edition WM6.5 ROM for those who still favour a 'traditional' interface on their TG01 :)

It is derived from WM6.5 ROM, Original build CE OS 5.2.21876 (Build 21876.5.0.72) TG01_KPW100707.005.tsw. It builds on and refines number of previous releases. It contains a significant number of additional tweaks, including in particular:
- A heavily customised new edition of the TRITanium Weather application. This includes a ‘current weather’ icon overlayed on the Titanium home page.
- Addition of the i-nigma 3D Barcode reader application
- Adoption of Opera 10 as the default browser
- Addition of Skype
- Updated editions of a number of other embedded applications (eg. Google Maps)
- Various further Registry amendments to improve operation

View attachment 1596238View attachment 1596239View attachment 1596240View attachment 1596241View attachment 1596242View attachment 1596243View attachment 1596244View attachment 1596245

I hope this may continue to be useful to users wanting a stable ROM with good base features and apps, onto which they can add own preferred choices to quickly have a fully featured phone. It is configured with a well-featured Titanium interface together with the option to toggle seamlessly between Titanium and the WM Classic Today screen.

Summary of Changes:
- Some 950 further files have been removed, together with addition of various registry changes and rationalisation of .provxml.
- All Titanium configurations for non-WVGA screen formats removed
- Titanium oriented with Carbon theme and harmonised Toshiba Keyboard / Freepad
- Titanium / WM Classic Today toggle incorporated
- Carbon-skinned Core Player included
- Custom edition of TRITanium Weather with current weather overlay. Streamlined by removal of all non-WXVGA configs and setting with Accuweather icons throughout as default.
- 3D Barcode reader added
- Screen sensitivity auto-applied during .cab load
- Full app Close with selectable options.
- Taskbar Battery Meter



Contains:

Style:
Win 7 style opening Splashscreen optimised to the TG01
Win Phone style animated Shutdown splashscreen
Colour Icon Taskbar with Windows 7 Orb [Based on GFreek’s with many own amendments and new icons]
Carbon_TG01 electric blue theme as default

System:
Custom Start Menu structure and Folder Icons
- Power sub-Menu including Power Off, Soft Reset, Screen Light, Standby, Settings and hidden Hard Reset options
- Home Screen Settings sub-Menu including Sliding Albums, Favourite People, TRITanium Weather, My Location
2 pixel full-width Battery meter at top of Taskbar
Real X to ‘Close’ functionality ‘InClose’
.net Framework 3.5 [Based on Arag0n85’s implementation in the original debranded ROM]
Audio Test (5.1 channel identifier)
Preset Registry Settings / Tweaks
- Power
- ClearType
- UK Regional
- SIP
- Wireless G active
- Screen sensitivity applied during .cab load (can be further refined if desired using usual screen.cpl)

Apps:
MS Office Mobile 2010
Google Maps
Arcsoft PhotoBase
Pictures & Videos
Camera with Muted Shutter Sound [To turn off Shutter completely use Novembre5’s .cab]
Video Editor
Skinned edition of CorePlayer
Windows Media Player
Games: Bubblebreaker, Solitaire
Titanium Plugins: TRITanium Weather + My Location; Sliding Albums; Favourite People; Application Launcher
Titanium Toggle
i-nigma 3D Barcode reader
Opera Mobile 10
Skype



Notes:
- AGPS FixMode set to to 0 instead of 2
- It was originally recommended NOT to use the 'Close' function of InClose with the Start Menu to avoid accidentally completely close it down. This could be resolved by clicking on eg. the Time bar on the Titanium home screen to open an applet and then use the X button top right to soft reset (press & hold to bring up the InClose menu).
- The current edition of the ROM overcomes this issue by 'excluding' shell32.exe in InClose settings. An additional, optional exclusion which has been found useful is fexplorer.exe. You may want to amend to include Resco or Total Commander equivalents depending on added 3rd party software.
- Beyond that, it is very much up to the individual how it is preferred to configure InClose - please refer to the settings for the variety of available options.

Memory:
Storage: In Use – 41 MB Free – 221 MB
Programe: In Use – 125 MB Free – 80 MB

Removed:
Orange everything
Video Player
Toshiba ‘Blinds’ UI
All MS Themes [All available to install to taste if desired]
MSN Money, Weather Widgets [Available here: Money.zip, Weather.zip]
Some 900 further files compared to previous ‘clean’ WM6.5 edition

For information on Titanium Setup please refer to Post #2 below


Acknowledgements:
Cedesmith for the development of TGTool, without which this and every other TG01 ROM would not be possible.
arag0n85 for great patience as I learned to take baby steps and began to understand.
Farmer Ted for giving the key to unscrambling Start Menus.
GFreek for the original colour Taskbars from which this version is derived.
adzman808 for helpful injections of common sense.
virgilp for the original app behind the Screen Off function
TinTin for the original app behind the Standby and Soft Reset functions
djedric for permission to utilise elements from his work in the Carbon Theme
AndrewSpec for permission to include the SlidingAlbums Titanium plugin
chriscsh for permission to include the Clauncher Titanium plugin
arealityfarbetween for permission to include Tritanium Weather
copenhagen for permission to include TiToggle
Sleuth255 for the myLocation service (permisison requested)
appstar for permission to include the Favourite People Titanium plugin
David Andrs for the Batti battery meter (permission requested)

Most of these items have been customised for this build.

=================================================================

Installation:
1. Download and unzip the ROM below
2. Copy SDDL+ to the root of your uSD Card
3. Create a directory \prg on the uSD Card
4. Copy the ROM .tsw file to uSDCard\prg
5. Run Sddl+ from \Storage Card
6. Further information is available here.

=================================================================
Update Release at 27 Dec 2012:
TG01_KPW121227.001.tsw Radio Version 5001.0300.76

Downloads: 221

Update Release at 18 Jun 2011:
TG01_KPW110618.007.tsw Radio Version 5001.0300.76

Downloads: 425

Update Release at 6 May 2011:
TG01_KPW110506.001.tsw Radio Version 5001.0300.76

Downloads: 534

Initial Release at 8 March 2011:
TG01_KPW110308.003.tsw Radio Version 5001.0300.76

Downloads: 184
 
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kevinpwhite

Retired Recognized Developer
Nov 19, 2006
438
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Reserved #1 - Titanium UI Setup Information

Here are a set of screen shots illustrating the layout and usage of some of the additional Titanium Plugins and also Core Player whch is started direct from Sliding Albums:

View attachment 1596283View attachment 1596284View attachment 1596285View attachment 1596287View attachment 1596289View attachment 1596290View attachment 1596291View attachment 1596292

Titanium Setup
[Please go to Start | System | Home Setup]

Sliding Albums
- Please ensure albums (up to 30) are stored in \Storage Card\Music. Additional files can be stored anywhere, but will not appear in SA.
- To initialise, open SAConfig. Coose where you want the plugin to be positioned (double tap). Then go to the home screen, tap the SA plugin to configure. Music Player is set to Core Player as default. Tap Create Lists (Left SoftKey). Albums, with cover-art will now display. Tap the plugin to activate Core Player.

Favourite People
- Use the Favourite People settings to add Contacts to the list which will then be directly accessible from the home screen.
- Set Actions (eg. which phone no. to associate) and Layout to taste

TRITanium Weather
Follow on-screen prompts to:
- Set Language
- Choose weather icon theme (Accuweather is now default but other icons can be added if desired)
- Set Units
- Choose Network connection
- Choose Sleuth’s myLocation or Google Latitude if preferred/subscribed
- Select weather feed, eg. Accuweather
- Go Display Options and select ‘Create Titanium Panel’ ; add MYLOCATION for present position (moves with you)
- Also in Display Options, toggle Titanium Weather Overlay and select the icons from \Program Files\TRITaniumWeather\Overlay\Accuweather
- Go Location Options and select ‘Create New Location’ to add specific location. Repeat as needed.
- Finally Run Weather Update and Exit
- Downloaded weather data will then appear on home screen plugin

Titanium Toggle
- Provides capability to set up both a conventional WM6x Today Screen and Titanium UI and switch between as desired while retaining all configuration.
- Before running TiToggle, set up your classic Today screen plugins as desired.. [Start | Settings | Today | items (Uncheck windows default); now select the classic plugins you want working when you switch to classic mode. Click OK. This must be done BEFORE running the script the first time, and only needs to be done once.
- Now use the TiToggle to switch seamlessly back and forth between Uis.
- In the event of issues with Classic Today items not displaying carry out the following steps:
1. Switch to classic today, enable the items you want active
2. Run NoPluginsToday (to make sure they disappear)
3. Then run NoPluginsToday again (to reenable them)
- If the reverse or something else happens you are trying to set classic items up when NoPluginsToday is set to "hide items”. In this case change state and repeat.

Further Titanium Editing
- If further editing of the Titanium UI is desired, showaco’s Titanium Editor is recommended

- Please note that in the event that eg. Iconsoft’s Phonex is installed, the People plugin would not be required and can be hidden with the editor.
- If further 3rd Party apps such as Spb Time 3 are added then, for example, the Titanium Clock plugin can be re-directed to activate Spb Time instead of the default Windows Clock by editing the Registry as follows:
Code:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Shell\Rai\:MSCLOCK]
"1"="\"\\Program Files\\Spb Time\\SpbTime.exe\""
"3"=dword:00000000
"2"=dword:00000002
"0"="World Clock"
 
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kevinpwhite

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Reserved #2 - A Connundrum - can anyone please help ?

In attempting to extend the carbon theme into this ROM, I have sucessfully replaced the Toshiba deep magenta/black background to the Motion Sensor control panel app, but have completely failed to be able to figure out how to achieve the same effect with any other of the CPL applets.

Motion Sensor.exe unusually contains the bitmap, so a simple job to replace. An exhaustive trawl of the other .exe, .cpl, .dll and .mui files has failed to identify any other such applet containing a similar bitmap. The equivalent Toshiba wallpaper files in \windows were removed long since.

So I am stumped as to where these images are being sourced. If anyone can suggest any viable clues as to where they may be and how to replace, will be very much appreciated :)

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olyloh6696

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Wow, nice new great ROM Kevin! But are you able to achieve to additional ROM and RAM unlock that Fepont suceeded in? Nice to see a themed ROM, keep it up man! :)
The skinned motion sensor ( Toshiba Settings) looked great! Well done for finding it out. Unfortunately I cannot help you here, but hopfully some else may point you in the right direction! :)
Cheers! :D
 

kevinpwhite

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Nov 19, 2006
438
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Wow, nice new great ROM Kevin! But are you able to achieve to additional ROM and RAM unlock that Fepont suceeded in? Nice to see a themed ROM, keep it up man! :)
The skinned motion sensor ( Toshiba Settings) looked great! Well done for finding it out. Unfortunately I cannot help you here, but hopfully some else may point you in the right direction! :)
Cheers! :D

Hi @olyloh6696 .... many thanks for your kind comments. Much appreciated.

I'm afraid I don't have the expertise to replicate @Feropont's success with the ROM/RAM capacities, but in principle it would be relatively straightforward to translate the setup, if the unprotected base becomes available to work with in due course. In the meantime, I'm hoping someone will be able to resolve the mystery of the Toshiba Settings applets :)

Best regards,

Kevin
 
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mirolg

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Hi @olyloh6696 .... many thanks for your kind comments. Much appreciated.

I'm afraid I don't have the expertise to replicate @Feropont's success with the ROM/RAM capacities, but in principle it would be relatively straightforward to translate the setup, if the unprotected base becomes available to work with in due course. In the meantime, I'm hoping someone will be able to resolve the mystery of the Toshiba Settings applets :)

Best regards,

Kevin

hi Kevin, really nice your MOD´s on this ROM. i have to much to do with my updates, but if you like i can, in few days, for you re cook your great ROM to improve and gain more free ram- with feroponts kichen!

Best regards, miro
 

kevinpwhite

Retired Recognized Developer
Nov 19, 2006
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hi Kevin, really nice your MOD´s on this ROM. i have to much to do with my updates, but if you like i can, in few days, for you re cook your great ROM to improve and gain more free ram- with feroponts kichen!

Best regards, miro

Hi Miro, Many thanks for the offer - it would be very good to be able to upgrade the core of the ROM to benefit from the recently released capacity. Not certain if it will work by trying to recreate via @feropont's kitchen, but I think I could do the other way round if I had the 'super clean' core ROM as a start and remixed back all the various additional files, registry changes, provxmls and so forth. I have all those components in separate files and with a bit of thought could probably reassemble. Maybe we should try approaching from both directions and see if there is any difference with the result ?
 

mkultr4

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I am using your new rom. I was using your first rom and has been really good, but recently the phone would boot numerous times before I could use it. So I looked back on here for other roms and you had cooked a new one! I like the icons on the tool bar (simple I know..but its the minor details).

I will let you know if I encounter any problems, I don't think I will though.

thanks again :)
 

kevinpwhite

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Nov 19, 2006
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Ah ! My apologies - I'd misinterpreted the sense of your note. Very pleased that you like the new edition.

I'm puzzled though about the issues you were having with the original as have been using myself ever since last July and not encountered that type of problem. I'm not sure if you may have eventually developed some registry corruption which eventualy caused instability. Possibly doing a hard reset would have cured - for all practical purposes the same as a re-flash.

Do please let me have feedback as you use the new one and let me know if any glitches become apparent.

Best regards,

Kevin
 

olyloh6696

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Oct 20, 2009
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Ah ! My apologies - I'd misinterpreted the sense of your note. Very pleased that you like the new edition.

I'm puzzled though about the issues you were having with the original as have been using myself ever since last July and not encountered that type of problem. I'm not sure if you may have eventually developed some registry corruption which eventualy caused instability. Possibly doing a hard reset would have cured - for all practical purposes the same as a re-flash.

Do please let me have feedback as you use the new one and let me know if any glitches become apparent.

Best regards,

Kevin
Hi Kevin, regarding the 'issue' with your other ROM i can confirm it is not a ROM specific problem but occyrs when you mess around with the registry keys (like you said - corrupt reg keys)i was playing around with SK Tools on numerous ROMs and they have led me to the same problems and hard resets. So there is no faults with your ROMs :)
 

kevinpwhite

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Nov 19, 2006
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Thanks Oly - nice to know my initial diagnosis was on the right track !

Regards,

Kevin
 

kevinpwhite

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Thanks Pere..... my apologies - should have advised you direct a while ago. Quite staggering to see the scale of overall activity you have managed to capture :)

Best regards,

Kevin
 

Pere

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It's useful for me, and I hope this table can be useful as well for other ROM fanatics as me ;). Not, seriously, not always is easy keep it updated (each chef has a different way to launch new ROMs) but at last , I'm just a mere notary, the merit is yours, the cooks.
 

kevinpwhite

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UPDATED [ROM][ENG] WM6.5 TG01_KPW110506.001 - Radio 0300.76

Please see Post #1 for the most recent edition of this ROM.

It is a further refined version of my ROM TG01_KPW110308.003.tsw. and contains a significant number of additional tweaks, including removal of further files and also various Registry amendments to improve smooth operation.

Best regards,

Kevin
 

amwinkels

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This ROM

I''m currently using this ROM right now and i'm very happy with it.

Two little issues:

- Couldn't download GPS data, but after playing with my location, it worked.
- Back button (green button) of the standard phone dialer not visible.

And titaniumweather is downloading weather information twice, both for MyLocation and
the city I live currently in, but who cares...

Found an old microsoft voice command CAB and now i'm a happy TG01 user.

Keep up the good work, Kevin.
 

kevinpwhite

Retired Recognized Developer
Nov 19, 2006
438
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I''m currently using this ROM right now and i'm very happy with it.

Two little issues:

- Couldn't download GPS data, but after playing with my location, it worked.
- Back button (green button) of the standard phone dialer not visible.

And titaniumweather is downloading weather information twice, both for MyLocation and
the city I live currently in, but who cares...

Found an old microsoft voice command CAB and now i'm a happy TG01 user.

Keep up the good work, Kevin.

Many thanks for the feedback :)

In response....

- Back button (green button) of the standard phone dialer not visible.
I have now tracked down the problem - apologies - too zealous in removing 'unneeded files' when cleaning the ROM. Turns out there were two vital images... As a temporary measure, please copy the following files to the \windows directory and correct WM6.5 stock dialler will resume. One is the Back Arrow; the other is the handset icon on the green Talk button. I will issue an update to the ROM with this corrected and also some key files compressed to improve performance in the next few days.

backarrow_glyph.gif handset_glyph.gif

- Couldn't download GPS data, but after playing with my location, it worked

Not quite sure what was happening here but if you can give some more information may help understanding... Normally GPS likes to have some indication where you are to get it going, eg. by identifying rough location on the map in Garmin XT or via the AGPS in Google Maps. MyLocation does a similar thing.

And titaniumweather is downloading weather information twice, both for MyLocation and the city I live currently in,

Sounds like you have set up 2 tabs on the Titanium Homescreen - one for MyLocation and one for the named city ? In which case the behaviour you describe will happen if you are in that location. However, if you then move elsewhere, while your specified city will continue to show the data for that place, MyLocation will follow you and show data pertinent to wherever you happen to be.

Hope the above is of some help ?

Best regards,

Kevin
 

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    To mark the end of 2012, here is a further updated ‘operational’ edition WM6.5 ROM for those who still favour a 'traditional' interface on their TG01 :)

    It is derived from WM6.5 ROM, Original build CE OS 5.2.21876 (Build 21876.5.0.72) TG01_KPW100707.005.tsw. It builds on and refines number of previous releases. It contains a significant number of additional tweaks, including in particular:
    - A heavily customised new edition of the TRITanium Weather application. This includes a ‘current weather’ icon overlayed on the Titanium home page.
    - Addition of the i-nigma 3D Barcode reader application
    - Adoption of Opera 10 as the default browser
    - Addition of Skype
    - Updated editions of a number of other embedded applications (eg. Google Maps)
    - Various further Registry amendments to improve operation

    View attachment 1596238View attachment 1596239View attachment 1596240View attachment 1596241View attachment 1596242View attachment 1596243View attachment 1596244View attachment 1596245

    I hope this may continue to be useful to users wanting a stable ROM with good base features and apps, onto which they can add own preferred choices to quickly have a fully featured phone. It is configured with a well-featured Titanium interface together with the option to toggle seamlessly between Titanium and the WM Classic Today screen.

    Summary of Changes:
    - Some 950 further files have been removed, together with addition of various registry changes and rationalisation of .provxml.
    - All Titanium configurations for non-WVGA screen formats removed
    - Titanium oriented with Carbon theme and harmonised Toshiba Keyboard / Freepad
    - Titanium / WM Classic Today toggle incorporated
    - Carbon-skinned Core Player included
    - Custom edition of TRITanium Weather with current weather overlay. Streamlined by removal of all non-WXVGA configs and setting with Accuweather icons throughout as default.
    - 3D Barcode reader added
    - Screen sensitivity auto-applied during .cab load
    - Full app Close with selectable options.
    - Taskbar Battery Meter



    Contains:

    Style:
    Win 7 style opening Splashscreen optimised to the TG01
    Win Phone style animated Shutdown splashscreen
    Colour Icon Taskbar with Windows 7 Orb [Based on GFreek’s with many own amendments and new icons]
    Carbon_TG01 electric blue theme as default

    System:
    Custom Start Menu structure and Folder Icons
    - Power sub-Menu including Power Off, Soft Reset, Screen Light, Standby, Settings and hidden Hard Reset options
    - Home Screen Settings sub-Menu including Sliding Albums, Favourite People, TRITanium Weather, My Location
    2 pixel full-width Battery meter at top of Taskbar
    Real X to ‘Close’ functionality ‘InClose’
    .net Framework 3.5 [Based on Arag0n85’s implementation in the original debranded ROM]
    Audio Test (5.1 channel identifier)
    Preset Registry Settings / Tweaks
    - Power
    - ClearType
    - UK Regional
    - SIP
    - Wireless G active
    - Screen sensitivity applied during .cab load (can be further refined if desired using usual screen.cpl)

    Apps:
    MS Office Mobile 2010
    Google Maps
    Arcsoft PhotoBase
    Pictures & Videos
    Camera with Muted Shutter Sound [To turn off Shutter completely use Novembre5’s .cab]
    Video Editor
    Skinned edition of CorePlayer
    Windows Media Player
    Games: Bubblebreaker, Solitaire
    Titanium Plugins: TRITanium Weather + My Location; Sliding Albums; Favourite People; Application Launcher
    Titanium Toggle
    i-nigma 3D Barcode reader
    Opera Mobile 10
    Skype



    Notes:
    - AGPS FixMode set to to 0 instead of 2
    - It was originally recommended NOT to use the 'Close' function of InClose with the Start Menu to avoid accidentally completely close it down. This could be resolved by clicking on eg. the Time bar on the Titanium home screen to open an applet and then use the X button top right to soft reset (press & hold to bring up the InClose menu).
    - The current edition of the ROM overcomes this issue by 'excluding' shell32.exe in InClose settings. An additional, optional exclusion which has been found useful is fexplorer.exe. You may want to amend to include Resco or Total Commander equivalents depending on added 3rd party software.
    - Beyond that, it is very much up to the individual how it is preferred to configure InClose - please refer to the settings for the variety of available options.

    Memory:
    Storage: In Use – 41 MB Free – 221 MB
    Programe: In Use – 125 MB Free – 80 MB

    Removed:
    Orange everything
    Video Player
    Toshiba ‘Blinds’ UI
    All MS Themes [All available to install to taste if desired]
    MSN Money, Weather Widgets [Available here: Money.zip, Weather.zip]
    Some 900 further files compared to previous ‘clean’ WM6.5 edition

    For information on Titanium Setup please refer to Post #2 below


    Acknowledgements:
    Cedesmith for the development of TGTool, without which this and every other TG01 ROM would not be possible.
    arag0n85 for great patience as I learned to take baby steps and began to understand.
    Farmer Ted for giving the key to unscrambling Start Menus.
    GFreek for the original colour Taskbars from which this version is derived.
    adzman808 for helpful injections of common sense.
    virgilp for the original app behind the Screen Off function
    TinTin for the original app behind the Standby and Soft Reset functions
    djedric for permission to utilise elements from his work in the Carbon Theme
    AndrewSpec for permission to include the SlidingAlbums Titanium plugin
    chriscsh for permission to include the Clauncher Titanium plugin
    arealityfarbetween for permission to include Tritanium Weather
    copenhagen for permission to include TiToggle
    Sleuth255 for the myLocation service (permisison requested)
    appstar for permission to include the Favourite People Titanium plugin
    David Andrs for the Batti battery meter (permission requested)

    Most of these items have been customised for this build.

    =================================================================

    Installation:
    1. Download and unzip the ROM below
    2. Copy SDDL+ to the root of your uSD Card
    3. Create a directory \prg on the uSD Card
    4. Copy the ROM .tsw file to uSDCard\prg
    5. Run Sddl+ from \Storage Card
    6. Further information is available here.

    =================================================================
    Update Release at 27 Dec 2012:
    TG01_KPW121227.001.tsw Radio Version 5001.0300.76

    Downloads: 221

    Update Release at 18 Jun 2011:
    TG01_KPW110618.007.tsw Radio Version 5001.0300.76

    Downloads: 425

    Update Release at 6 May 2011:
    TG01_KPW110506.001.tsw Radio Version 5001.0300.76

    Downloads: 534

    Initial Release at 8 March 2011:
    TG01_KPW110308.003.tsw Radio Version 5001.0300.76

    Downloads: 184
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    #203 08/03/2011 6.5 kevinpwhite 110308.003 21876 5001.0300.76 E 214 80
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    Reserved #1 - Titanium UI Setup Information

    Here are a set of screen shots illustrating the layout and usage of some of the additional Titanium Plugins and also Core Player whch is started direct from Sliding Albums:

    View attachment 1596283View attachment 1596284View attachment 1596285View attachment 1596287View attachment 1596289View attachment 1596290View attachment 1596291View attachment 1596292

    Titanium Setup
    [Please go to Start | System | Home Setup]

    Sliding Albums
    - Please ensure albums (up to 30) are stored in \Storage Card\Music. Additional files can be stored anywhere, but will not appear in SA.
    - To initialise, open SAConfig. Coose where you want the plugin to be positioned (double tap). Then go to the home screen, tap the SA plugin to configure. Music Player is set to Core Player as default. Tap Create Lists (Left SoftKey). Albums, with cover-art will now display. Tap the plugin to activate Core Player.

    Favourite People
    - Use the Favourite People settings to add Contacts to the list which will then be directly accessible from the home screen.
    - Set Actions (eg. which phone no. to associate) and Layout to taste

    TRITanium Weather
    Follow on-screen prompts to:
    - Set Language
    - Choose weather icon theme (Accuweather is now default but other icons can be added if desired)
    - Set Units
    - Choose Network connection
    - Choose Sleuth’s myLocation or Google Latitude if preferred/subscribed
    - Select weather feed, eg. Accuweather
    - Go Display Options and select ‘Create Titanium Panel’ ; add MYLOCATION for present position (moves with you)
    - Also in Display Options, toggle Titanium Weather Overlay and select the icons from \Program Files\TRITaniumWeather\Overlay\Accuweather
    - Go Location Options and select ‘Create New Location’ to add specific location. Repeat as needed.
    - Finally Run Weather Update and Exit
    - Downloaded weather data will then appear on home screen plugin

    Titanium Toggle
    - Provides capability to set up both a conventional WM6x Today Screen and Titanium UI and switch between as desired while retaining all configuration.
    - Before running TiToggle, set up your classic Today screen plugins as desired.. [Start | Settings | Today | items (Uncheck windows default); now select the classic plugins you want working when you switch to classic mode. Click OK. This must be done BEFORE running the script the first time, and only needs to be done once.
    - Now use the TiToggle to switch seamlessly back and forth between Uis.
    - In the event of issues with Classic Today items not displaying carry out the following steps:
    1. Switch to classic today, enable the items you want active
    2. Run NoPluginsToday (to make sure they disappear)
    3. Then run NoPluginsToday again (to reenable them)
    - If the reverse or something else happens you are trying to set classic items up when NoPluginsToday is set to "hide items”. In this case change state and repeat.

    Further Titanium Editing
    - If further editing of the Titanium UI is desired, showaco’s Titanium Editor is recommended

    - Please note that in the event that eg. Iconsoft’s Phonex is installed, the People plugin would not be required and can be hidden with the editor.
    - If further 3rd Party apps such as Spb Time 3 are added then, for example, the Titanium Clock plugin can be re-directed to activate Spb Time instead of the default Windows Clock by editing the Registry as follows:
    Code:
    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Shell\Rai\:MSCLOCK]
    "1"="\"\\Program Files\\Spb Time\\SpbTime.exe\""
    "3"=dword:00000000
    "2"=dword:00000002
    "0"="World Clock"
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    Reserved #2 - A Connundrum - can anyone please help ?

    In attempting to extend the carbon theme into this ROM, I have sucessfully replaced the Toshiba deep magenta/black background to the Motion Sensor control panel app, but have completely failed to be able to figure out how to achieve the same effect with any other of the CPL applets.

    Motion Sensor.exe unusually contains the bitmap, so a simple job to replace. An exhaustive trawl of the other .exe, .cpl, .dll and .mui files has failed to identify any other such applet containing a similar bitmap. The equivalent Toshiba wallpaper files in \windows were removed long since.

    So I am stumped as to where these images are being sourced. If anyone can suggest any viable clues as to where they may be and how to replace, will be very much appreciated :)

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    Wow, nice new great ROM Kevin! But are you able to achieve to additional ROM and RAM unlock that Fepont suceeded in? Nice to see a themed ROM, keep it up man! :)
    The skinned motion sensor ( Toshiba Settings) looked great! Well done for finding it out. Unfortunately I cannot help you here, but hopfully some else may point you in the right direction! :)
    Cheers! :D

    Hi @olyloh6696 .... many thanks for your kind comments. Much appreciated.

    I'm afraid I don't have the expertise to replicate @Feropont's success with the ROM/RAM capacities, but in principle it would be relatively straightforward to translate the setup, if the unprotected base becomes available to work with in due course. In the meantime, I'm hoping someone will be able to resolve the mystery of the Toshiba Settings applets :)

    Best regards,

    Kevin