The first public build was released after announcement of Windows 10. We could see glimpse of some new icons being updated and hopefully the final product will have the whole new UI. It took a while for testing and fixing all bugs found in Windows XP/7/8.1 so I hope I didn’t come too late for the show.
To change black theme, right click on ‘Desktop’ and select ‘Personalise’.
Since releasing the completed Yosemite transformation last few months ago, I’ve been keeping tracks of reports and Yosemite updates from developer builds and now is the time that I’ve finished all these works. Reported bugs are fixed, Dock and Taskbar customization is more flexible, more Yosemite wallpapers, Black theme ported for Windows 7/8 and Helvetica Neue font is back without causing trouble in Facebook feeds. This sure is another great release and I’ve fallen for Yosemite UI even more.
Since the release of 3.1, I’ve been receiving feedback like how good it is and some suggestions to improve and fix. After months of optimizations and corrections, here’s version 4.0 which should do stuff better according to user’s feedback.
After releasing previous Fidelizer updates, I heard a lot of good feedback and suggestions to be done in next release. But since feedback mostly came from Fidelizer Pro customers, my main focus has also shifted to Fidelizer Pro. Still, there’s something good that could be shared with other versions and it sounds better too.
Another refresh build after CM release a few builds recently. I wonder if I should move to AGNi kernel since there’s hardly kernel updates in CM.
I missed a plane yesterday so I decided to compile another round with Boeffla kernel mod for better sound.
I was busy since August and haven’t got chance to update the ROM at all. Now that I have some spare time, I’ll start with Note 2 I’m using right now. Fixed some audio glitches for streaming audio stability.