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    Default Garmin UI Colors?

    So I've been trying to track down a firm answer on this topic across the web and finally landed here, which seems to be a pretty legitimate developer forum.

    My question is...is it possible to change/customize the stock Garmin interface colors? (specifically on Nuvi 200W, generally across all Garmin GPS devices).

    Getting more specific:
    - Background color, daytime / night time schemes
    - Font and type color
    - Digital speedo and readout template

    Instinct tells me the graphical UI is locked down by a combination of hardware and software, though I'm curious as to if anyone here has tinkered with it? I can imagine it's not at the top of the priority list in terms of what the GPS device can / should do, though I simply can't stand the appearance of certain elements...like purple buttons.

    Any insight is appreciated!

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    Only the startup scereen and ECO route - gauges - if I know can be changed...

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    Yes, the overspeed numerals are Red on Black!

    In daylight it's impossible to see.

    Need a GUI editor to change colors of tabs and what not...
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    Garmin should think over this questions...

    Better ask this question in the firmware section. Everything is in the FW. Not much discoveries as far as I can remember. Lets see..:

    1. Turbocc Symbol Extractor
    2. GIR Editor
    3. There was one tool more...let me remember...Bitmap Hunter!:
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