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  1.    #1  
    I have read a few threads where people had modded their themes to show the signal bars in zlauncher themes that had none a while back before I liked zlauncher. I was wondering how they did this. I searched but could not find the post again. I would just like to know what programs they are using to do this.
    Thanks
    Cingular Branded Treo 650
    Firmware: 1.51
    Software: 1.13

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    JK
  2. #2  
    It's an "Info Button"
    I think I added it to my Treo as a separate file, (I'll look to see where I got it)
    Goto ZL Preferences, Top/Bot Bar (tab in prefs)
    then tap on a space on the top bar, and select Info Button, a list box should appear of the available info buttons....
    Hope this helps, and I will look to see where I got the "signal button"
  3. #3  
    From the archives:
    http://67.19.190.212/showthread.php?t=66744

    Try here:
    http://www.zztechs.com/en/zlauncher/themes.htm

    I use the last theme on the bottom Right.
    I think it has a signal button with-in it...

    http://images.palmgear.com/software/...x160/95467.gif
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    Sprint Mogul (HTC 6800)
  4. #4  
    This is how I added the signal strength indicator to my theme:
    http://discuss.treocentral.com/showp...3&postcount=25

    Constructor of the CodeWarrior package (http://www.metrowerks.com) was all that I used. When I downloaded the demo, Constructor never expired. I don't know if that's still the case. And Constructor got its own icon in the start menu group.

    After I posted these instructions, someone PM'd me and was having problems using Constructor - turns out it's a flaky program if it doesn't like the memory configuration in your computer.
    Treo 680 GSM since July 2007
    Treo 600 GSM from November 2003 through July 2007
    AT&T (formerly Cingular, formerly PacBell PCS) since September 1998

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