* Now hosted on my own server, so I can track and you don't have to wait
(Due to the nature of theme there will be some incompatibilities with some poorly-written market apps)
Original Post (from themes subforum):
It is my goal to produce the most extensive theme yet. I hope to eliminate all traces of any stock orange color. (there is one that I cannot get rid of, and that is the browser link selection. Nobody that I have ever found knows where that hides)
This theme will completely invert your phone's colors to white on black. This means that market apps that were not written to use framework theme colors have a chance of not displaying correctly. I prefer it this way so I have a uniform look across the phone. If there is a demand for popular market apps to be themed I will do it.
Thus far, the update.zip contains the following items:
Browser.apk, CalendarGoogle.apk, CameraGoogle.apk, Contacts.apk, DownloadProvider.apk, EmailGoogle.apk, Facebook.apk, Gallery3DGoogle.apk, GenieWidget.apk, Gmail.apk, GoogleQuickSearchBox.apk, GoogleServicesFramework.apk
LatinImeGoogle.apk, Mms.apk. MusicGoogle.apk, Phone.apk, Settings.apk, Talk.apk,Vending.apk, VoiceSearch.apk
framework-res.apk, services.jar, bootanimation.zip
Screenshots (these are not mockups, these are actual screenshots - just need to finish porting to other ROMs)
I went ahead and made an SBF if you want to change your motorola logo from
SBF here: http://www.rzroms.com/droid/theme/al...o-only-SBF.zip
Stock bootlogo SBF here: http://www.rzroms.com/droid/theme/al...Only-stock.zip
(these SBF's will ONLY replace bootlogo, the rest of the data on the phone is untouched.)
Thanks to the entire DF community for the help with this. Special thanks again to Xeudoxus for helping me with my constant n00bish struggles against dalvik bytecode (smali edits) and teaching me how to hex edit android resources as well as where to find certain elements.
JesusFreke - for telling me how to swap methods in a class...
Wallpaper in screenshots here: http://www.rzroms.com/droid/theme/al...SparksMore.png -- (gimp creation, if you want to do something similar all I did was draw a bunch of sparks in a line and color them green, then do the same thing on a new layer and color them slightly brighter, repeat)