Creating Logo's In PhotoShop?First, get the exact size of the logo you are going to replace by finding it in the mass of *.c source files, its width and length are provided in there along with the code you will soon be replacing. Hop into PS and correct the image size. Go to Image>Mode and select Bitmap, leave the options that come up and push ok. Your set, simply stick to using the following supported colors: #FFFFFF #000000 The following color are ment to be the colors that will be supported once 4-bit greyscale completely works. #6E6E6E << Doesn't work yet #DCDCDC << Doesn't work yet
Ok, i've been told only 2 colors (black and white) work right now so that would explain a few things. I made a 2 color logo and put it in, and its come up with this: * untitled1copy2un.jpg:
The white 'USB' logo is the original picture. It seems to me i'm having problems turning the .bmp into the rockbox graphic code. I think its the format i save the pictures as. It'd be really great if someone could help me here. What format do the BMPs need to be in?
Ok, i got it working. It was indeed the wrong format i was using. Now the problem is, when rockbox finally get the 4 color greyscale working everything will change. So now all i can do, after all this, is wait. :P
r6 - 21 Mar 2005 - 12:29:20 - ScottRichmond
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