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Sunday, August 23, 2009

Changing the theme

Credit where credit is due: the rtd1261.wikidot.com site contained the information about what format the graphics had to be saved in. And Superberny put together a package for IomTools that contained most of the graphic files necessary, which made it easier to identify.

So what I did was go through all of the BMP files on the drive and identify the purpose and where they appeared on the screenplay. This is to make it easier for other people to do custom themes by changing the graphics.

I documented it on the wiki:
http://screenplayprohd.wikia.com/wiki/Modifying_the_Interface

That will make it easier for people to change what has to be changed to match whatever theme. Now I need to figure out how I'm going to identify the locations that each of the overlays appear. But it's really late at night / really early in the morning, so I'm done for today.

2 comments:

  1. dude you suck at replies!!

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  2. Well, if that's how you feel, I'm sure you have a good reason for feeling that way.

    http://screenplayprohd.wikia.com help desk forum is full of replies from me, as is over 200 posts in the iomega forum and answers to almost all of the questions on my blog that I knew the answers to. So, if you're not happy with my replies, then I'm sorry, I'm just not going to be able to meet your expectations.

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