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  1. dagobah30's Avatar
    Reverie D is a theme that's intended to be minimal and "take a backseat" to your wallpaper. Be sure to check out the features section below for a description of functions.

    Enjoy!


    (original version shown w/ custom wallpaper, available below)



    (original version shown w/ custom wallpaper, available below)



    (version 2 shown w/ custom wallpaper, available below)


    Theme by Marc J.S. (AKA dagobah30)





    Installation:

    To install this theme, open the OTA link that pertains to the version you want from within your BlackBerry browser. Desktop installation is not available.

    The dates are in MM/DD/YY format.

    *NOTE* If you are installing an "OS 5.0" specific version of the theme over an "OS 4.X-5.0" version, you may need to reset the home screen layout to its default. To do this, go to Options > Themes > (the Reverie theme you are using) > Theme Defaults. Then, select only Layout and hit Apply. A device restart / battery pull may then also be required.

    *NOTE* The home screen's wallpaper will show through on the app screen only on the "OS 4.X-5.0" versions of the theme. The "OS 5.0" specific versions of the theme do not have this feature.

    *NOTE* You may encounter a white background on the app screen when using the "OS 4.X-5.0" versions of the theme on OS 5.0. (The "OS 5.0" specific versions of the theme do not have this problem.) A fix for this can be found here.

    Older variants of the theme are available for download here.




    Reverie D original (WITH Transitions)
    8900/9630/9700 OS 5.0

    (Updated 01/11/10)
    WITH toggle-able slot: OTA
    WITH non-toggle-able slot x2: OTA
    WITHOUT slot: OTA

    Reverie D original
    8900/9630/9700 OS 4.X-5.0

    (Updated 01/05/10)
    WITH toggle-able slot: OTA
    WITH non-toggle-able slot x2: OTA
    WITHOUT slot: OTA



    Reverie D version 2 (WITH Transitions)
    8900/9630/9700 OS 5.0

    (Updated 01/11/10)
    WITH toggle-able slot: OTA
    WITH non-toggle-able slot x2: OTA
    WITHOUT slot: OTA

    Reverie D version 2
    8900/9630/9700 OS 4.X-5.0

    (Updated 01/06/10)
    WITH toggle-able slot: OTA
    WITH non-toggle-able slot x2: OTA
    WITHOUT slot: OTA




    If you like and use this theme, please consider making a donation:

    Donate

    Any and all amounts are welcome!






    Features:

    Clickable Bottom Bar
    Every part of the home screen's bar is navigable and clickable, providing easy access to your apps. Certain apps -- namely options, clock, connections, and sound profiles -- are already hard coded in to different parts of the bar, but you can access additional apps through the use of the...

    Dice Icon
    Place six apps of your choice in the first six slots on the app screen, and then scroll up/down through the "sides" of the dice icon to access them. The "1" side of the die represents the first app on your app screen, the "2" represents the second, and so on.

    Toggle-able Bottom Bar
    The bottom bar can be altered or even hidden completely by scrolling up/down in the clock area. Full bottom bar navigation/clickability remains available regardless of the bar's appearance.

    QuickLaunch/ShortcutMe Hotkey
    The spacebar on your device's keyboard functions as a hotkey for both QuickLaunch and ShortcutMe. (You need to have either QuickLaunch or ShortcutMe installed in order for this feature to work.)

    Hidden Today
    Scroll to a today enabled app (such as messages or calender) via the dice icon and an unclickable preview of corresponding entries will appear.

    Slots for Weather/Meter Apps
    The theme is available both with and without slots for your weather and meter apps. To use the versions with a toggle-able slot, simply place your app in the seventh slot (first slot in the second row) on your app screen. For the double slot version, place your apps in the seventh and eighth slots (first and second slots in the second row) on your app screen. Your app or apps will then show up on the home screen.

    Toggle-able Slot
    The theme is available with a toggle-able weather/meter app slot. In these versions, the slot on the home screen can be moved or hidden by scrolling up/down in the profiles area.

    Transitions
    This theme is available both with and without transitions. In the transitions versions, a fade effect will occur whenever the screen changes. (You need to be running OS 5.0 in order to install the transitions versions.)



    Also available:
    http://forums.crackberry.com/f176/re...9700-a-414273/
    http://forums.crackberry.com/f176/re...themes-381041/





    You may feel free to link to this thread, but do not re-post or re-host the direct OTA links without permission.

    The following images were generously provided by crackberry.com forum members. If you own a copyright to any of these images, you may request their removal.
    Last edited by dagobah30; 09-08-10 at 02:24 AM.
    Lord Shaper and Michael_Pro like this.
    11-17-09 03:15 PM
  2. dagobah30's Avatar
    I know some of you 9700 users already have this theme... so here is your "official" thread.
    11-17-09 03:16 PM
  3. ikm19's Avatar
    Thanks.. (ten character spacer)
    11-17-09 04:50 PM
  4. vict0r's Avatar
    any chance at a storm port?
    11-17-09 05:04 PM
  5. ugahairydawgs's Avatar
    Excellent theme. Was using it on the last days with the 9000 and been using it with the 9700. Very good work here. Looking forward to what you come up with next.
    11-17-09 09:41 PM
  6. K Nol's Avatar
    Thank you!
    11-17-09 10:46 PM
  7. Ummu's Avatar
    I love this theme. If there could be transitions that would be even better I would donate a bit for some basic transitions, like swiping or fading. Should be a 5 minute edit with the new theme editor
    Last edited by Ummu; 11-18-09 at 12:06 AM.
    11-18-09 12:03 AM
  8. anon(153966)'s Avatar
    Thanks for taking the time to create this theme. Very nicely done!
    11-18-09 02:41 PM
  9. mlengel81's Avatar
    love this themes thanks sooooooo much
    11-18-09 02:57 PM
  10. KasiCatastrophe's Avatar
    I'll be happily using this theme once I get my 9700 this weekend. it's a great theme!

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    11-19-09 12:12 AM
  11. reddmann1976's Avatar
    I really like this theme on my 9700... Thanks!

    Just one thing...

    The red dot indicator on my instant messaging folder won't go away even though there aren't any pending IM's. Might just be my phone.... FYI
    11-19-09 02:38 AM
  12. needforspd's Avatar
    great concept and execution. two thumbs up!
    11-19-09 04:23 AM
  13. anon(153966)'s Avatar
    ...try a battery pull.

    I really like this theme on my 9700... Thanks!

    Just one thing...

    The red dot indicator on my instant messaging folder won't go away even though there aren't any pending IM's. Might just be my phone.... FYI
    11-19-09 07:25 AM
  14. qubit's Avatar
    Great theme. my fav so far on the 9700. One issue i see is when i get a new mail it shows up as it should in the "today" view. then i go read the message and come back out to home screen and the msg is still there on today view even though it is read. I have to scroll to another dice number to sort of refresh that and get it to go away.

    the only other change i wish is the mouse over on the bottom nav bar I wish was more prominent. I freq can't tell where i am on that bar and have to roll around to see.
    11-19-09 08:20 AM
  15. reddmann1976's Avatar
    ...try a battery pull.
    I did that and it'll go away till I get another IM and it happens again... Is anyone else experiencing this problem?
    11-19-09 02:41 PM
  16. needforspd's Avatar
    I did that and it'll go away till I get another IM and it happens again... Is anyone else experiencing this problem?
    Nope. And Ive been getting messages all day and I installed this theme last night. Maybe some other app you installed recently?
    11-19-09 02:54 PM
  17. LevzP's Avatar
    Great theme! Real slick! I'm loving the dice idea.


    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    11-19-09 07:50 PM
  18. rockigirl's Avatar
    Nice theme thanks!
    11-19-09 11:13 PM
  19. dkanoot's Avatar
    I've got the calendar in the first slot, when I scroll to the 1 on the dice icon I don't get calendar preview to show up. Am I missing something?
    11-20-09 08:54 AM
  20. juicyjoel.com's Avatar
    any chance of a 9700 version of Reverie HTW?
    11-22-09 09:53 PM
  21. dagobah30's Avatar
    The 8900/9630 versions of Reverie and Reverie HT should work on the 9700 as they are now... I just haven't made 9700-specific threads for them.
    11-23-09 07:40 AM
  22. ClintRo's Avatar
    Thanks for your themes.... I love the themes that show off my wall paper!!!
    11-23-09 10:06 AM
  23. KasiCatastrophe's Avatar
    Dagaboh, I love this theme! So glad I upgraded & can now use it with all of the extra features. You did a great job!

    Great theme. my fav so far on the 9700. One issue i see is when i get a new mail it shows up as it should in the "today" view. then i go read the message and come back out to home screen and the msg is still there on today view even though it is read. I have to scroll to another dice number to sort of refresh that and get it to go away.

    the only other change i wish is the mouse over on the bottom nav bar I wish was more prominent. I freq can't tell where i am on that bar and have to roll around to see.
    Every hidden today theme I have used has this same bug. I don't think I have ever seen one that actually clears the message from the hidden today, after reading,without scrolling to another icon first.

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    Last edited by KasiCatastrophe; 11-23-09 at 04:10 PM.
    11-23-09 04:06 PM
  24. westcoaststyle's Avatar
    Thank you, dagobah! I got my 9700 last Friday, and I just downloaded your theme today! I love the awesome six-sided die! Thank you so much.
    11-23-09 09:23 PM
  25. wrizzle's Avatar
    hey guys i love the theme how do it get it onto by onyx (Noob) my sincere thanks!
    11-24-09 06:58 PM
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