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    is this themes o.k for nuvi 40 or 50 ?
    thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by M3ashi_Eltheeb View Post
    is this themes o.k for nuvi 40 or 50 ?
    If that series supports changing the subject, I would say yes

    Check if you have the nav path .\Themes\Map\...... (read post #3)

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    Is there a way to make the Themes work of a MemoryCard ?
    Creating a Path Themes/Map and Garmin/Themes/Map doesn't work.
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    At your own risk!

    You only may modify SW (gupdate.gcd). In HEX editor you need to replace all string what contain:
    0:/Themes/Map/
    to
    1:/Themes/Map/

    Remember what 0:/Themes/Map/ is string in Unicode and you must find 0 : / T h e m e s / M a p / where instead "space" (x00 in HEX) you have use "wildcard"!

    After that the Themes will work from a MemoryCard only with path mentioned above!
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    Default Making your own Themes - Is there a "How to"?

    Noticed by changing KTMF Theme files to Notebook, that you can see the makeup of them - this shows some of the Nederlands Theme

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

    <GARMIN_MAP_THEME>
    <METADATA>
    <TITLE>Nederland</TITLE>
    <DESCRIPTION>Theme for Nederland (Netherlands).</DESCRIPTION>
    <LOCALELIST>
    <locale>Nederland</locale>
    </LOCALELIST>
    <Version><Major>2</Major><Minor>20</Minor></Version>
    </METADATA>

    <PRESENTATION ID="Guidance">

    <STYLELIST>

    <STYLE field = "MAP_BEACH_CLR" >
    <COLOR >
    <PRIMARY day = "#E8C455" night = "#67491D" />
    </COLOR>
    </STYLE>

    <STYLE field = "MAP_BUILDING_CLR" >
    <COLOR >
    <PRIMARY day = "#ECECC4" night = "#26003B" />
    </COLOR>
    </STYLE>

    <STYLE field = "MAP_BUILDING_SHADOW_CLR" >
    <COLOR >
    <PRIMARY day = "#C8C8A7" night = "#3B005A" />
    </COLOR>
    </STYLE>

    <STYLE field = "MAP_EXTRD_AREA_CLR" >
    <COLOR >
    <PRIMARY day = "#788181" night = "#323F48" />
    </COLOR>
    </STYLE>

    <STYLE field = "MAP_GLACIER_CLR" >
    <COLOR >
    <PRIMARY day = "#FFFFFF" night = "#808080" />
    </COLOR>
    </STYLE>

    <STYLE field = "MAP_LAND_CLR" >
    <COLOR >
    <PRIMARY day = "#A4E666" night = "#4B4B4B" />
    <SECONDARY day = "#A4E666" night = "#4B4B4B" />
    </COLOR>
    </STYLE>

    <STYLE field = "MAP_MISC_AREA_CLR" >
    <COLOR >
    <PRIMARY day = "#CCCCCC" night = "#472835" />
    </COLOR>
    </STYLE>

    <STYLE field = "MAP_MISC_RESTR_CLR" >
    <COLOR >
    <PRIMARY day = "#808080" night = "#FFFFFF" />
    </COLOR>
    </STYLE>

    <STYLE field = "MAP_MISC_OBSTR_CLR" >
    <COLOR >
    <PRIMARY day = "#808080" night = "#FFFFFF" />
    </COLOR>
    </STYLE>

    <STYLE field = "MAP_MISC_WATER_AREA_CLR" >
    <COLOR >
    <PRIMARY day = "#3399FF" night = "#002868" />
    </COLOR>
    </STYLE>

    etc,
    I would like to get rid of the Pink route from preset trips, so is there a Tutorial on which fields do what and what formulas are what colours?

    BlindPete

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    @ BlindPete

    Moved 3rd existing

    Read post #8 and #10

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    The Colours are HTML Colours Please look at this site click on colour to get the code [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Type in a code and get he colour. Nice and easy to use site.
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    If you try to change, then you must try and try becouse some color overlap.
    You can open navigon theme and copy/paste html code for road and you will see difference.
    For change building color you must change this two area:

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

    <GARMIN_MAP_THEME>
    <METADATA>
    <TITLE>Nederland</TITLE>
    <DESCRIPTION>Theme for Nederland (Netherlands).</DESCRIPTION>
    <LOCALELIST>
    <locale>Nederland</locale>
    </LOCALELIST>
    <Version><Major>2</Major><Minor>20</Minor></Version>
    </METADATA>

    <PRESENTATION ID="Guidance">

    <STYLELIST>

    <STYLE field = "MAP_BEACH_CLR" >
    <COLOR >
    <PRIMARY day = "#E8C455" night = "#67491D" />
    </COLOR>
    </STYLE>

    <STYLE field = "MAP_BUILDING_CLR" >
    <COLOR >
    <PRIMARY day = "#ECECC4" night = "#26003B" />
    </COLOR>
    </STYLE>

    <STYLE field = "MAP_BUILDING_SHADOW_CLR" >
    <COLOR >
    <PRIMARY day = "#C8C8A7" night = "#3B005A" />
    </COLOR>
    </STYLE>

    <STYLE field = "MAP_EXTRD_AREA_CLR" >
    <COLOR >
    <PRIMARY day = "#788181" night = "#323F48" />
    </COLOR>
    </STYLE>

    <STYLE field = "MAP_GLACIER_CLR" >
    <COLOR >
    <PRIMARY day = "#FFFFFF" night = "#808080" />
    </COLOR>
    </STYLE>

    <STYLE field = "MAP_LAND_CLR" >
    <COLOR >
    <PRIMARY day = "#A4E666" night = "#4B4B4B" />
    <SECONDARY day = "#A4E666" night = "#4B4B4B" />
    </COLOR>
    </STYLE>


    <STYLE field = "MAP_MISC_AREA_CLR" >
    <COLOR >
    <PRIMARY day = "#CCCCCC" night = "#472835" />
    </COLOR>
    </STYLE>

    <STYLE field = "MAP_MISC_RESTR_CLR" >
    <COLOR >
    <PRIMARY day = "#808080" night = "#FFFFFF" />
    </COLOR>
    </STYLE>

    <STYLE field = "MAP_MISC_OBSTR_CLR" >
    <COLOR >
    <PRIMARY day = "#808080" night = "#FFFFFF" />
    </COLOR>
    </STYLE>

    <STYLE field = "MAP_MISC_WATER_AREA_CLR" >
    <COLOR >
    <PRIMARY day = "#3399FF" night = "#002868" />
    </COLOR>
    </STYLE>

    You will find this area 4x in KTMF, so you must change with same parameters 4x
    For editing KTMF you must have time and patience and a lot of testing on nuvi.

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    I'm wanting to only change the route from bright pink to something less bright, like pale blue!!
    Ta
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlindPete View Post
    I'm wanting to only change the route from bright pink to something less bright, like pale blue!!
    Uhm....did you read the #16 ? There find the answer

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