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Old 02-01-2005, 11:21 AM   #21 (permalink)
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I got the O2 theme from the posting by ConanLoyd. But have you guys noticed that you cannot move all of the items around or hide some of them as you could in the standard "Default List View". Is anyone else seeing this? I have installed some applications that sit under the "Applications" list and I would like to move them to the top of that list as I could in the other theme, but it doesn't seem possible with the O2 theme.

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Old 02-01-2005, 11:24 AM   #22 (permalink)
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I have noticed that as well with the O2 theme
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Old 02-01-2005, 03:40 PM   #23 (permalink)
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does any one know how one would go about making there own themes???
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Old 02-01-2005, 03:42 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Haven't seen this one in a while. Two months ago there must have been 20 threads about making your own theme.

Supposedly, at some future date, RIM will create a theme generator. But for now, this thread is the best information out there. No way to create your own themes.
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Old 02-01-2005, 05:56 PM   #25 (permalink)
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Default How do you install the o2 theme?

I noticed that there are more then one COD files. Do I have to combine them?

I tried renaming them all to xxx_theme_tmobile but that did not work. I also noticed that XML file. Do I have to do something with that?

Help!
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Old 02-01-2005, 09:37 PM   #26 (permalink)
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I couldn't getit to work either. Whats the secret?
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Old 02-01-2005, 10:07 PM   #27 (permalink)
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the multiple .cod files are because you are likely opening the file with winzip. for some reason, IE is seeing this .cod file as a .zip file. anyhow, you can just rename it from .zip to .cod and it will be fine. or you can load all of the .cod files (although you'll have to use javaloader or alter the alx file to show all of the little cod files).

ConanLloyd has been kind enough to host all of the themes with an updated zip file and alx loader file.

http://thelloyds.matrixdancer.com/Themes.zip
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That worked! Thank you very much. I really like the 02 theme now
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I got the O2 theme from the posting by ConanLoyd. But have you guys noticed that you cannot move all of the items around or hide some of them as you could in the standard "Default List View". Is anyone else seeing this? I have installed some applications that sit under the "Applications" list and I would like to move them to the top of that list as I could in the other theme, but it doesn't seem possible with the O2 theme.

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You can move items as in other themes...scroll to an item, Alt-Click on the item and a menu pops up to Move Application, then scroll it to the location you desire.
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In the O2 theme, you can only move menu items on the top level screen. And why didn't they include a Phone item!!!!
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I got the O2 theme from the posting by ConanLoyd. But have you guys noticed that you cannot move all of the items around or hide some of them as you could in the standard "Default List View". Is anyone else seeing this? I have installed some applications that sit under the "Applications" list and I would like to move them to the top of that list as I could in the other theme, but it doesn't seem possible with the O2 theme.

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You can move items as in other themes...scroll to an item, Alt-Click on the item and a menu pops up to Move Application, then scroll it to the location you desire.
Not on the O2, that option is not there.

Can anyone explain how to get an app on the home screen?
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You can not move items between menus, and you never were able to move items between menus...
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Whats the difference between the default list theme and the O2 theme?
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the multiple .cod files are because you are likely opening the file with winzip. for some reason, IE is seeing this .cod file as a .zip file. anyhow, you can just rename it from .zip to .cod and it will be fine. or you can load all of the .cod files (although you'll have to use javaloader or alter the alx file to show all of the little cod files).

ConanLloyd has been kind enough to host all of the themes with an updated zip file and alx loader file.

http://thelloyds.matrixdancer.com/Themes.zip
can i get the O2 working on the 7100t?
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O2 works with OS4.0. I love the look of O2 - the blue and yellow looks great. I wish there wre icons instead of a list though.
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Old 02-06-2005, 11:19 PM   #36 (permalink)
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can i get the O2 working on the 7100t?
Nope...
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Just received my 7100g today. Does anyone know if the 7100t themes will work on this? Any risk in installing themes?
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Does anyone know if the 7100t themes will work on this?
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Old 02-25-2005, 01:10 AM   #39 (permalink)
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I would just like to thank conan for making it so much easier to get the updated themes!

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Happy to help, but thanks for the notice.
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