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Difference: WpsIriverH100 (r100 vs. r99)
This Wiki page contains permissively licensed WPS files for the iAudio M5, iRiver H1x0 & iPod 1G 2G 4G Grey series of DAP's, for other models and instructions on how to upload WPS's see WpsGallery.
For all iAudio m5, iRiver H1x0 & iPod 1G 2G 4G Grey WPS files not (currently) released under a permissive license please see WpsIriverH100Graveyard
You may run into themes that do not work, this means 1 of 2 things:
If after checking to make sure you have the correct build, the theme still does not work you can:
1.request the author fix the theme via email, a forum post or PM etc.
2.fix the theme yourself, you can use a simulator to help you (use the --debugwps switch) : http://rasher.dk/rockbox/simulator
If you have fixed a theme, the updated version should be uploaded here (only, if the license is compatible, i.e.: CC-by-SA, GPL, etc.). Please honour the original author's intent and don't upload a "fix" which changes features or behavior. If you wish to modify a theme in this manner rerelease it under a new name.
In case the theme you choose does not include the required font you should install the Rockbox font pack (install it the same way as a rockbox build).
This was my attempt at a port of the Cabbie 2.0 theme for the Ipod 1G2G DAP. The screen dimensions are 160x128 so this should also work for other players with similar screens. It supports album art (64x64 pixels), but if album art isn't present it will use the full screen width. Album art should be converted to 4 color greyscale for best results (RGB values 0,0,0; 85,85,85; 170,170,170; and 255,255,255 are the recommended palette values).
-- MarkFawcus - 30 Apr 2008
arbox Widgets 160x128 greyscale
A quick conversion of the arbox Widgets iPod Mini WPS. Licensing is inherited from that - I have no objection to the NC clause being removed if the original author agrees.
-- MarkFawcus - 05 Aug 2008
A simple-ish WPS that does NOT support AlbumArt. Line 1 shows volume, track time remaining and battery. Lines 2-4 are Track title/Artitst/Album. Line 5 shows Year, and playlist position. Line 6 is the progress bar. Line 7 shows the next track title. Line 8 shows Shuffle status, (H=Hold active) play state (*=HDD active), Repeat status.
-- MarkFawcus - 05 Oct 2008
This is a clean, readable WPS. I have tried to keep it simple, nice and to the point. I kept only the most useful information on the screen, and removed the silly stuff like bitrate, file type and all the rest of the useless info I never care about.
Alternating lines are kept to the minimum, so the important data is always on the screen.
I drew all of the images myself. I find the WPS looks best with Nimbus 12. A theme file and a simple remote WPS is included in the zip file. To install Bold on your device, just unzip the archive in the unit's root directory.
Updated for current Rockbox builds on 2007-06-18. (Released to Public Domain by .wps comment) KarolyLorentey
A simpler "but stylish" WPS (with RWPS), with tons of info.; by using the status bar, an extra line (the peak meter) fits in,
The images here do not show all the functions. Specifically, the top/artist line on the WPS also will show the playlist name, if any.
In the end, lots of info., but the busy-ness of the screen is kept down. The design is included as part of Rockbox.
This theme is inspired by the Rockbox logo. Originally created and tested on an iPod nano. I've modified it and tested for the iRiver H1x0 & iPod 4G Grey using the uisimulator software.
Testers wanted. Please leave feedback on forum topic 8279.0
Posted by RoanHorning, 19 Jan 2007
This version is for the iriver h100's. An ipod version with rtc is on the way. The remote line for artist and song (artist: song) has scrolled to look odd in the shot above.
Released under: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 License. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
by JamesDenman aka denny.
Given that some of the fantastic fonts that come with Rockbox are stuffed full of graphical glyphs, it seemed like a good idea to write a pseudo-graphical WPS using only text elements.
Download TextBox right here
I wrote this WPS for two reasons:
It's all done in text with no bitmaps, so it scales nicely with any font up to size 9. Above that information drops off the bottom of the screen.
Download calmer and calmer_big.wps, the
Here is a very simple WPS I use. It has no images and shows no technical info (codec, bitrate, etc.), just the title and the artist of the current track. And, if there is space, the title of the next track. The numbers above the progress bar are the elapsed/remaining time (left and right), and the current/total number of the track in the playlist. The WPS code is below. It is so simple that it can be used with different fonts (and probably on many platforms but I haven't tried). There is no remote WPS as I don't use it.
%we %ac%s%?ia<%ia|%d2> %ac%s%?it<%it|%fn> %al%pc%ac%pp/%pe%ar-%pr %pb %ac%s%?It<%It|%Fn>
The screenshots with different fonts (nimbus14, helv12, nimbus19, profont):
-- SamuelKatz - 21 Aug 2008
Simple to read at least...
Key points are that the Helvetica font is quite narrow, so you can see a lot of info, but also very readable. Technical info is deliberately left off, like bitrate, because that's not something I typically need to know. It does have shuffle, lock icons etc..
This is a modified version of the original Marquee WPS and includes images from the Marquee Nouveau WPS. I've modified the background image slightly (and included 2 alternative backgrounds for those who prefer not to have the progress bar boxed in or shaded. I've kept much of the information display the same from Marquee, but moved the year display from the same line as the album to between the two dancing puffs (which bounce up and down - what fun!)
A remote screen is in the works, so please be patient.
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r101 - 25 Mar 2009 - 00:08:58 - JonasHaeggqvistRevision r100 - 06 Jan 2009 - 15:07 - BarendHavenga
Revision r99 - 05 Nov 2008 - 05:41 - DavidHall
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