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active  Topic # 1112  Seeting Highres

18/02/2005 @ 16:41
by Lugato

Anonymous



Hi,

I was tried to set the highres mode (320x320) in my Zire 71 and in the Palm os emulator too.. but dont work

The code :

BEGIN
H=HIGHRES(1)
image 2001,0,0
a = waitevent
END

can Anyone tell me if exist anythig wrong in the code ??

thx
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20/02/2005 @ 16:31
by aldweb

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The code seems OK.

Is your image specifically designed for high res?
Otherwise, if low res is detected, IMAGE will automagically display it in low res...

Cheers

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22/02/2005 @ 13:51
by Lugato

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Thanks ald,

Im using Pirlc to create my resource files and after reading the doc I change the script to create the resource to this:

BITMAPFAMILYEX ID 2010
BEGIN
BITMAP "someimage.bmp" BPP 8 DENSITY 144 TRANSPARENT 247 0 247
END

where the 144 is the setting to create a highres image.

;)
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22/02/2005 @ 15:04
by Khertan

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allright

144 DPI for highres
and 72 DPI for lowres
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22/02/2005 @ 15:17
by aldweb

Anonymous

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Hello,

I have never created high res bitmaps with Pilrc. How do your images end up in BIRD on the device?

You may also give a look to my NekoCat sample program: I have separated low res images from high res ones, bacause I wanted to have smaller images in high res.

So, I now remember something like all your images should have the same size or same size factor (x1 for low res, x2 for high res) within a bitmap family to be displayed correctly. To be checked!

Cheers
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22/02/2005 @ 21:41
by Mike

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Correct (or it is correct for program icons anyway).

When I drew the hi-res iziBasic icon, it needed to be twice the size (in pixels) of the existing lo-res icon so that it was displayed centrally on the launcher screen. It also needed a low-res icon of the right size to be present in the 'family' otherwise it didn't work.

Mike
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