02 October 2007
Carbide.ui S60 Theme Edition 3.2
for Symbian OS is out!!
Carbide.ui S60 Theme Edition for Symbian OS is a tool that enables the creation of packages to customize the appearance of the user interface on S60 devices. These packages can then be used by any device user to alter the look and feel of their S60 device.
Carbide.ui has been designed with the creative professional in mind. It allows the S60 UI to be customized with full WYSIWYG layout, without the need for layout defi nition coding or specialized mobile design experience.
In addition, Carbide.ui can be integrated with a wide range of creative graphic and audio packages, allowing designers to work with their favorite tools.
Carbide.ui S60 Theme Edition for Symbian OS creates S60 themes that alter the appearance of the S60 UI and S60 Music Player. Themes can be created, edited, and viewed easily. Full WYSIWYG features allow the appearance of wallpaper, application icons, color schemes, or any other UI component to be evaluated accurately. Once a theme has been created, the tool will package it into a Symbian OS installation fi le and prepare it for Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) Digital Rights Management (DRM) protection, if required, after which it will be ready for deployment to devices.
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The latest version adds support for S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 1 and its new theme capabilities, including new screensaver files support, enhanced ringtone file-support, Arabic and Hebrew UI support and new MIDP Color group. These new platform features provide developers and creative professionals with new opportunities to create innovative and compelling experiences for the end user.
- Support for S60 and Series 40
- Audio Themes for select Nokia phones
- Folder importing
- Reference colors
- Improved overall performance
- Support for device-specific plug-ins
Supported Platform versions:
- S60 2nd Ed, FP 1-3
- S60 3rd Ed, FP1-2
- Series 40 3.0
Datasheet for more details
Download a datasheet of Carbide.ui S60 Theme Edition 3.2 for full details.
Screencasts for Carbide.ui 3.1
To get started, take a look at these screencasts for Carbide.ui 3.1: