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#11
Originally Posted by J4ZZ View Post
- when executing 'logo.sh -l my.bmp' I always get 'wrong height, must be 72' even though it acutally is 72px in height.
I updated the script; it is on the same link and it should work with both ascending and descending lines order files.
 

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And i write new FAQ for using custom-sized images in NOLO
J4ZZ, try it.
 

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is it not compatible to hardware reivsion 2204?
 
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blitzlee06, why not. Use your 'secondary.bin' with your revision, patch it like in FAQ and flash it to phone with your 'xloader.bin' with same your revision.
 

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Originally Posted by blitzlee06 View Post
is it not compatible to hardware reivsion 2204?
What is not compatible? My script or secondary images from this topic?
My script is compatible with all of revisions.
Images from here compatible with all 21xx and 22xx revisions, I wrote about differences in secondary here.
 

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I updated the script. There was a lot of changes, but the most important is it now can replace not only logo, but R&D and USB icons with arbitrary dimentions and set background for USB icon.
usage:
logo.run [ -h ] [ -l image ] [ -r image ] [ -u image ] [ -c color ] [ -b color ]
-h: shows this help.
-l: specify a boot logo.
-r: specify a R&D mode image.
-u: specify a USB icon.
Images must be 16bit BMP.
-c: set backgroud color.
Color must be in framebuffer 16bit format.
It consists of two bytes: RRRR RGGG GGGB BBBB, where RRRRR, GGGGGG, and BBBBB values of red, green and blue colors.
And these bytes must be swapped because of little-endianness.
So, for example, if you want to code red color, it will be 1111100000000000 = 00F8.
-b: set background color for USB icon.
This one is limited by one byte. I.e. if you specify AB, resulting color will be ABAB.
logo.run

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Simply perfect... Big thanks mate!
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First post updated!!! New FAQ + logo.run + new Anonymous Bootscreen
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Hey, J4ZZ, i have one question for you and it is interesting for me. How did make "screenshot" of boot screen? Or it is not screenshot and it is picture that you make with some image editor?
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You are right, it's a photoshop template I made for the boot screens. Screenshots are only possible within maemo as far as I know. Strg+Shift+P iirc.

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