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    nextgen Bitmap search

    Does anyone know where the attached bitmap files are stored in iGO Rrimo Android 2.0. The names are random. They are program main menu background wallpapers.
    Thank you in advance

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    Do you have "branding.zip" file in iGO/Primo folder?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boki_Srb View Post
    Do you have "branding.zip" file in iGO/Primo folder?
    Yes, I have "Branding.zip"

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    Quote Originally Posted by soter retos View Post
    Does anyone know where the attached bitmap files are stored in iGO Rrimo Android 2.0. The names are random. They are program main menu background wallpapers.
    Thank you in advance

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    In order:
    data.zip - ui_android / 1024_768 (m5m6) / 800_480 (m3m4), 480_272 (m1m2)
    or
    skinxxxx.zip/ui android - a folder of the same name.
    or
    branding.zip/ui_android - the folder of the same name,
    If you want to change - preferably do it in branding.zip.
    m1 = 480x272 landscape
    m2 = 272x480 portrait
    m3 = 800x480 landscape
    m4 = 480x800 portrait
    m5 = landscape 1024x768
    m6 = portrait 768x1024
    * All files bmp, name files
    loading_m1 (m2, m3, m4, m5 or m6) .bmp

    You can also use a jpg file - but in that case you need to slightly modify sys.txt.
    In case of trouble - ask.
    BMP files (igo) you will get to the jpg files - using iPAQ
    regards wojpen

    PS
    Your wallpaper both in portrait format - so how would you turn them look stupid!
    Find a further such that the level WILL approx.
    Last edited by wojpen; 6th January 2016 at 13:18.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wojpen View Post
    In order:
    data.zip - ui_android / 1024_768 (m5m6) / 800_480 (m3m4), 480_272 (m1m2)
    or
    ...................................
    Thank you very much

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    Hmm, LOADING background (loading.bmp) is different then program MAIN MENU background. That's why I ask for branding.zip. Customization pictures are usually located in it.
    But, I don't know what file is responsible for menu background.

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    Sorry buddy,
    The best way to find out where and what it is:
    1. unzip the file data.zip, or skin ... zip, or branding.zip
    2. using the program iPAQ for look - where and how the file is located.
    Most often they are located in folders in the root folder resolution ui_android.
    It will also icons for additional external programs.
    Example below:

    Spoiler: example 1
    default skincol landscape and portrait


    Spoiler: example 2
    loading m3m4


    Spoiler: example 3
    exiting m3m4


    1. files background (here my version of the package this - [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    2. This loading screens also this version
    3. screens starting at the end of the program

    The same screens can be placed either:
    like me you can see - the file data.zip/ui_android/800_480
    or in a file skinxx.zip
    or in a file branding.zip

    placing screens in skinxx.zip file you can only be seen when using skinxx. For other skin - eg. Yy - screens will be available.

    Branding.zip files contain the most frequently extend or modify files POI icons, flags and other additives.
    Example

    Spoiler: example 4
    branding zip


    as you can see in him ui_android, and the folders for reply. resolution in which files may be of screens (as in my example), and then other than data.zip

    However, due to the properties for iGO Primo these will be loaded from the file branding.zip

    regards wojpen
    Last edited by Boki_Srb; 7th January 2016 at 12:33. Reason: spoilers, spoilers... :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by wojpen View Post
    Sorry buddy,
    The best way to find out where and what it is:
    1. unzip the file data.zip, or skin ... zip, or branding.zip
    2. using the program iPAQ for look - where and how the file is located.
    Most often they are located in folders in the root folder resolution ui_android.
    It will also icons for additional external programs.
    Example below:

    Spoiler: example 1
    default skincol landscape and portrait


    Spoiler: example 2
    loading m3m4


    Spoiler: example 3
    exiting m3m4


    1. files background (here my version of the package this - [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    2. This loading screens also this version
    3. screens starting at the end of the program

    The same screens can be placed either:
    like me you can see - the file data.zip/ui_android/800_480
    or in a file skinxx.zip
    or in a file branding.zip

    placing screens in skinxx.zip file you can only be seen when using skinxx. For other skin - eg. Yy - screens will be available.

    Branding.zip files contain the most frequently extend or modify files POI icons, flags and other additives.
    Example

    Spoiler: example 4
    branding zip


    as you can see in him ui_android, and the folders for reply. resolution in which files may be of screens (as in my example), and then other than data.zip

    However, due to the properties for iGO Primo these will be loaded from the file branding.zip

    regards wojpen
    Thank you very much. The icons I was looking for are the "default_skincol_landscape.bmp and default_skincol_portrait.bmp" inside of the Data.zip.
    Changing their resolution the problem resolved!
    Last edited by Boki_Srb; 7th January 2016 at 12:34. Reason: spoilers, spoilers... & some bolding :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by soter retos View Post
    Thank you very much. The icons I was looking for are the "default_skincol_landscape.bmp and default_skincol_portrait.bmp" inside of the Data.zip.
    Changing their resolution the problem resolved!
    That info is very useful, could be put in the tutorial of iGO customization.

 

 

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