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    help Skin - Icon and .SPR question

    Hello,
    I have created a speedwarn.bmp strip but need to edit the speedwarn.spr to make it work. How do you calculate the size of the strip
    My ico_speedcams.bmp file is 110x3296 and speedwarn.bmp is 48x1952

    the spr file is similar to this
    BmpFlags = 0
    DefFlags = ALPHA_PIXEL | GRAB_BOTTOM | GRAB_HCENTER
    DefPhase = 0
    Stripes = 82


    how do you calculate what the stripes= ?


    also,
    what is the standard size for following icons
    camerakSMMenu.png
    camerakSMSS.png
    camerakSM.png

    all would be used on 800x480 skin

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    EDIT: info provided on Stripes was wrong, removed.


    camerak.SM is 116x122
    camerak.SMSS is 232x244
    camerak.SMMENU is 100x105

    Those are from the DimkaWA_P156 skin's 800x480 folder, there's 31 of each.
    Last edited by JmaCWQ; 26th June 2016 at 03:28. Reason: Wrong information removed
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