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    Black RGB 0,0,0, is made transparent by the software, and you can do various tests. You can do the black background for your icons and save them in 24-bit bmp, bmp at 32 bit, in bmp at 32 bit ARGB with iPAQ31, or even save them in iPAQ31x / iGO, (especially bmp format used by iGO), always with iPAQ31.

    I chose the longest and most complicated route, but the most secure .......

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIRBANTE View Post
    OK.......... if the vision you have satisfy you, all right, but you can not say that "works".
    It works perfectly, it selects the correct dpi folder and icon corresponding to the dpi setting in sys.txt and displays that icon. Tested on 1280x800, 1920x1200 and 2560x1600 devices.

    So for sys.txt:

    [rawdisplay]
    dpi="320" (it uses the xhdpi folder and icon)
    dpi="480" (it uses the xxhdpi folder and icon)
    dpi="640" (it uses the xxxhdpi folder and icon)

    All tested and working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by linknet View Post
    Tested on 1280x800, 1920x1200 and 2560x1600 devices.
    These are all anomalous resolutions, used by the tablet, phablet, or similar.

    HD = 1280x720
    FHD = 1920x1080
    QHD = 2560x1440

    It works perfectly, it selects the correct dpi folder and icon corresponding to the dpi setting in sys.txt and displays that icon.

    So for sys.txt:

    [rawdisplay]
    dpi="320" (it uses the xhdpi folder and icon)
    dpi="480" (it uses the xxhdpi folder and icon)
    dpi="640" (it uses the xxxhdpi folder and icon)

    All tested and working.
    These are forcing, described very well by Wojpen in this thread:

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].

    However I am always of idea that these forcing are not acting on xxxhdpi folder but to the xxhdpi folder. I do not have a QHD device to do the tests, but You may remove the doubt to both, deleting the xxxhdpi folder and to see what happens .....

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    The resolutions I have tested it on, 1280x800, 1920x1200 and 2560x1600, are actual device resolutions.

    I don't know what you mean by "anomalous" resolutions.

    With a sys.txt setting of dpi="640" on a 2560x1600 device if I delete the "xxxhdpi" folder all of the on screen icons disappear which is exactly what I would expect.

    So as far as I am concerned it is working perfectly in this respect.
    Last edited by linknet; 9th January 2017 at 19:37.

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    Quote Originally Posted by linknet View Post
    The resolutions I have tested it on, 1280x800, 1920x1200 and 2560x1600, are actual device resolutions.

    I don't know what you mean by "anomalous" resolutions.
    Because the standard resolutions are these:

    HD = 1280x720
    FHD = 1920x1080
    QHD = 2560x1440

    And almost all of the users who have devices with standard resolutions, they do not need to change the sys.......(like me)........

    Anyway thanks for having me removed the doubt.

 

 
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