Voyager custom homescreen for S^3 by Voyager

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Voyager Home Screen (vHome) is the most powerful desktop UI on Nokia phones.Give you HTC Sense and iPhone style UI on S60 , and totally free!

Powerful home screen features include:
1) Beautiful big retro clock or analog clock
2) News feeds and weather
3) Put all your apps into neat pages to flick through ,like iPhone
4) one click on/off widgets: bluetooth, silent profile,phone lock.
5) send tweets from home screen

View the video below.



The edit mode does not exit and the phone becomes useless as you cannot launch any application even the dialer. I hope this does not happen with every phone otherwise it is a superb application. A workaround to this issue is to rearrange the icons and then simply restart your phone.

From Ovi Store
Via Nokia N8 blog

9 comments:

  1. Its working on my firefox properly
    http://img15.imageshack.us/i/32992585.png/

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  2. Hmm, i just opened the page using Firefox in safe mode (plugins disabled) and it works for me too. It must be some of my plugins that scramble the page so bad. I have to check on this.

    Thanks anyway for taking the time to investigate this.

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  3. Found it : it's the NoScript plugin that causes this scrambling of the page, although its strange because i already allowed all of the scripts running on your page and it still doesn't work.
    Only if i disable the plugin completely from the plugins manager the page will load correctly.
    Good to know.

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  4. Hi there, long time no see hihey ! Musta, missed me ? :P

    I see you moved the blog to a new place, but when i open it in Firefox (3.6) the page gets messed up, with the text overlapping the pics (it works ok on Internet Explorer though).

    BTW, i only now managed to buy my N8 (eventhough friends told me not to do it, because of recent Nokia changes).

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  5. WASAP pinaylover! >:D< how are you?

    I dont really moved my blog. i just created one solely for mobile stuffs.

    i believe its because of your cache, try deleting the cache by hard refresh ctrl+f5 :) try it on your firefox

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  6. Ok lang, salamat :) Just trying to get the feel of my new toy, hehe.

    Well my Firefox is set to always clear cache when closed, but i tried anyway what you suggested. Still the same result, though. I took a screen to see for yourself what happens :
    http://www.sendspace.com/file/cfx9nx

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  7. It looks like when the CSS file of the page doesn't load properly, or something.

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  8. Im downloading a firefox now, to test it. i was only able to test this site on chrome and IE. since Chrome and FF basically follows the same standards

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  9. Ok, go! A lot of people uses Firefox so its better to make sure it works well for them too.

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