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    try maybe branding.zip from different igo version, sometimes it work this way

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    What do you want, buddy achieved in this way?
    The specified icon must be assigned to a specific category of POI.
    If you want to change the picture - you need to change the icon - unless in this group is to choose categories - if you change the category icon or turn off the other and leave only the one that interests you - I wrote about it here -> [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
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    hi
    all of mu greeting to ur kind
    as the screenshot please

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    ok. tomorrow branding
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    Hi Friend,

    Connect your device to the PC.
    First - delete the contents of Folder SAVE (round).

    Here the link to the rar file. which includes your branding.zip.
    Unzip and copy the file branding.zip to a folder iGO.

    This post requires you to click the "LIKE this post" button and hit F5 to read this content.

    In the file, you typed in the First your post - have been changed icons - according to your choice.

    Run igo, check what is visible and show the screen - preferably from the same place as before.

    If something does not work - do screen, or save the message.

    regards wojpen

    السلام عليكم



    comment:
    In a similar way, you can enter an icon for the Temples of other religions - eg. The Orthodox, Greek-Catholics, Evangelicals, etc. - But under the condition that the coordinates of the points will be showed precisely these structures - and the problem is only the icon! In another case, an icon symbolizing the place - will indicate the other - the wrong objects.
    Of course - by importing POIs you can be attributed to them at once appropriate icon.

    PS.
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    السلام عليكم

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    I have test the file (branding folder) in my igo program by the (EmulatorCE)
    the icon of the mosque has appears as I want, and I noticed that the poil cemetery code has signs in places point and also appeared on the map.
    I will try the program on the road to let you know the details.
    in the fact I am sure that I no longer take it online world, by the biggest proof that we are in a real world friends brought us love.
    M sure that is very difficult that thing and m sure too that that way is very difficult too for me to do that >
    all my thanks and respect and regards.

    Khaleel

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    Default Change icon's - supplement

    Supplement;
    To properly display program icons iGO POI - in the archives data.zip, or branding.zip - there is a file named poi.icons.

    *- Here a little reminder:
    iGO is a program of the hierarchical structure in which the primary file (job control) - is data.zip !, but if you make changes - eg. new icons, etc., and they will be placed in the file branding.zip - is there information - will be collected branding file, which means that the statements contained therein shall prevail.
    If enter the information into sys.txt - it will be the master of sys.txt information - it is worth remembering when performing modifications - not necessarily need to fumble in data.zip, sometimes enough entries in the branding.zip, or sys.txt.

    *- Let's go back to the file poi.icons

    Here, a fragment - for exactly the topic, which were dealing with - an icon Church / Mosque

    1. [Community.Place_of_Worship]
    $ Poi_mapdistant.bmp
    poi_mapclose.spr 38
    poi_mapclose.spr 38
    poi_group.spr 38
    poi_disabled.spr 38
    poi_hwy.spr 38
    poi_hwy_disabled.spr 38

    2. [Community.Place_of_Worship.Mosque]
    $ Poi_mapdistant.bmp
    poi_mapclose.spr 85
    poi_mapclose.spr 85
    poi_group.spr 38
    poi_disabled.spr 85
    poi_hwy.spr 38
    poi_hwy_disabled.spr 38

    3. [Community.Place_of_Worship.Synagogue]
    $ Poi_mapdistant.bmp
    poi_mapclose.spr 86
    poi_mapclose.spr 86
    poi_group.spr 38
    poi_disabled.spr 86
    poi_hwy.spr 38
    poi_hwy_disabled.spr 38

    - Numbering I put to describe - is not normally present!
    the numbers in the individual lines show the number of icons assigned to the point.
    As you can see for the home - [Community] is a subcategory [Community.Place_of_Worship] - that is, places of worship, and it was added subcategories - two.
    [Community.Place_of_Worship.Mosque]
    [Community.Place_of_Worship.Synagogue]

    And one more thing: in iGO is the principle that if certain POIs have subcategories - in the absence assign icons to a subcategory - displays an icon of the category above - that is, in our example - if Mosque and Synagogue - did not have their icons (numbers 85 and 86) - it was visible to the icon of Community.Place_of_Worship (number 38).

    Thanks - without converting icons to insert relevant images for the sub-category, and include them in POI visibility settings.

    In existing files branding.zip - when large amounts of POI solution is preferred - because the icon files consist tape (the order of icons in the tape is the same as the file poi.icons) - so that the weight of the branding file is much smaller - that very materiality of iGO to WinCe.
    The following portion of the tape with icons referred to above ...


    Regards wojpen

    / thx matheus /

    For the "DIY" - branding.zip file 800_480 ( for WinCE renamed pls ui_android - ui_igo9 ) - with the described method.
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    Dear wojpen
    After being briefed on the high-end guidance and help to change some points of interest to me
    and guide you in the way they have been dealt with in an amendment to the folder branding.zip
    I realized the size of your trouble and splendor regestering to this forum, which gathered together.
    In my experience of the program have become icons work as I wished it to be.
    the second branding u sent to me i saw blue balloons instead of either pois.
    So I offer you all my thanks and abundant respect and appreciation
    We are also happy to be together more than friends brought us love.
    All due respect
    Khaleel
    Last edited by khaleel afif; 25th July 2015 at 08:28.

 

 
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