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mstg07

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#19782 1-Mar-2008 12:35
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I just found a really nice theme and i installed it on my n95 and it looks great It should work with more nokia models as well here is the link if anyone wants it http://s60theme.com/2008/01/22/gold-theme-by-pizero/#more-117

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#113930 1-Mar-2008 12:40
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Can you tell us more about the theme! Cause you think its nice many other might not

 
 
 

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mstg07

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  #113942 1-Mar-2008 13:44
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its not my theme just tought i would share the link 4 whoever does like it

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  #114182 2-Mar-2008 18:40
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Free Image Hosting at www.ImageShack.us

looks good. haven't tried it myself as i'm a fan of the purple default theme. if you want the gold one get it here.



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  #114192 2-Mar-2008 19:15
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I don't like it personally but I do think it's well done.

I have masses of S40 (NokiaOS, not symbian) including a couple I ave engineered that I should upload sometime.


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  #114200 2-Mar-2008 19:49
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paradoxsm: ...including a couple I have engineered that I should upload sometime.


oh yes please Sealed

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  #114218 2-Mar-2008 20:42
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Ok let me finish my backup3 restore then i'll collate them and upload.

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  #114530 4-Mar-2008 11:38
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I have arranged them but they are nearly 100Megs! any ideas where I should upload them?



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  #114579 4-Mar-2008 14:53
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paradoxsm: I have arranged them but they are nearly 100Megs! any ideas where I should upload them?


hmmm if you know how to make torrents you could list them on thepiratebay.com or something. otherwise rapidshare or megaupload will probably do.

mstg07

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  #114601 4-Mar-2008 16:30
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Hey make sure you post were you uploaded the file so i can download it thanks

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