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    Thats pretty cool

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    Nope, that one has wrong colors.... I hope that is what you intended!

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    Important User Garmin  Logo.bin files (12/13/14xx-37xx-34xx-35xx-22/24/23xx-760-30/40/50-200-2x5w-Montana etc)
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    @babj615 That is what I needed to know. Now for the fact
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    1. GIR create the .bin wrong for 16-bit (for format of no type). Although, it will show it correctly in the program and when extracting the image.
    2. If you convert your image to 16-bit (using an external program) and manually replaced it in the .bin, it will be correct.
    3. The slight color deviation is caused by the algorithm used when converting to 16-bit. For my case, it's Pixelformer.
    Conclusion, logo for GPSMAP 66 is just a 16-bit RGB565 data.
    Last edited by osiris4isis; 14th August 2020 at 11:46 PM.
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    How do you manually replace the image in the BIN?

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    Important User Garmin  Logo.bin files (12/13/14xx-37xx-34xx-35xx-22/24/23xx-760-30/40/50-200-2x5w-Montana etc)
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    I use a hex editor, copy the octets from 16-bit image and paste it in the .bin
    Do not PM me with questions. That's what a forum is for.

 

 

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