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    Default Re: Modding SPB Mobile Shell Symbian

    Quote Originally Posted by vaterix
    try the files below, if you don't want weather, just don't copy them or don't add the weather widget on top of the clock, just the date and calendar.
    So, Just extract the zip file, copy the wanted files (clock and date.dat) to e/others/spbshell and restart the app and the phone, then I will find these 2 widget to added?

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    Default Re: Modding SPB Mobile Shell Symbian

    Quote Originally Posted by dark.side
    I really like the calendar, but this doesn't show any appointments no matter how I setup it
    I guess this is just the beginning of creating the htc style calendar, so it must be just to see days/weeks in advance... For appointmens you might want to have another calendar widget on another page, but one of the default ones, showing the appointments at least, that's my idea of it, if you know what i mean.

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    Default Re: Modding SPB Mobile Shell Symbian

    Quote Originally Posted by vaterix
    I guess this is just the beginning of creating the htc style calendar, so it must be just to see days/weeks in advance... For appointmens you might want to have another calendar widget on another page, but one of the default ones, showing the appointments at least, that's my idea of it, if you know what i mean.
    yeah but those stopped working too, it shows 0/0
    I switched back to the original calendar until the HTC gonna work fine

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    Default Re: Modding SPB Mobile Shell Symbian

    Quote Originally Posted by dark.side
    yeah but those stopped working too, it shows 0/0
    I wrote to the author, will edit this post, once I get an answer.

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    Default Re: Modding SPB Mobile Shell Symbian

    Can somebody please do a tutorial for dummies on how to get the HTC clock and weather. I created a folder on the phones memory by plugging in the phone and clicking to browse and then made the file SPBShell in data/other/ Is this how I should have done it or should I have done it some other way?. I then dropped the DAT files into the SPBShell folder I created and restarted the phone but nothing changed.

    Plllllleeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaassssssssseeeeeeeeeeee HELP!!!!!!

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    Default Re: Modding SPB Mobile Shell Symbian

    Quote Originally Posted by tuktukscotty
    but nothing changed.
    Edit layout and play with changing the skins of the clock/weather (small/medium/big/professional), then play with placing them on the screen (weather a bit on top of the clock etc.) so that they look nice.

    First attempt to have the music player controls on the screen.
    The archive contains 3 sis files. Install. After that, in the shell select add widget -> shortcut and select all three controls (previous track, play/pause, next track).

    p.s. Transparency seems to be missing so far, if any modders could edit the mif files and make new icons and set transparency accordingly that could become really usable.

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    Default Re: Modding SPB Mobile Shell Symbian

    Quote Originally Posted by DGO
    Exactly what do you want to delete?, Which panels?
    Well, somebody mentioned that by deleting some panels we can save 5mb of RAM memory. For example, Windows panel. I think that I do not use it and want to remove it. Thank you for trying to help me

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    Default Re: Modding SPB Mobile Shell Symbian

    Hi I downloaded and installed big HTC clock with weather. It's great but i saw that digits on clock aren't ideal sharp. Is it only my problem?
    I have nokia 5530. Can you fix it? I am sure that the clock will be ideal then. Sorry for my english.

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    Default Re: Modding SPB Mobile Shell Symbian

    Yes mine clock too. It is in very low quality =( =(

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    Default Re: Modding SPB Mobile Shell Symbian

    Yes, it's a well-known issue (low quality big clock). You can either use the medium one or wait for a better one.


 
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