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Old 02-21-2004, 01:00   #18 (permalink)
Kohtaus
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Lightbulb Two steps to DigiClock!

Have You tried the instructions Iccume wrote?

That DigiClockWithTransparency-patch contains only the picture data for the numbers.

The patch that actually shows the clock is this:
Quote:
; M55 v11
; by ACiD [mrp], RizaPN
; www.gsm-dev.com
; Loader: V-Klay 2.4+ / M55

000DD650: E6FCB101 DA75B015

005515B0: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF E00CD7500D00F2F1FE63F2F2FC638820
005515C0: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF BB09E0AEBB1426FC09009810BB03E6FC
005515D0: FFFFFFFF B101DB00
005515D4: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF E0A2F6F10EFE5B22F2F10CFE8810F2FE
005515E4: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF 0EFEBB0398E0BB01CB00
005515EE: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF 88C006FE4C01E6FD1200DA2DB2D298C0
005515FE: FFFFFFFFFFFF 06FC1600CB00
To activate the digiclock you need to use TWO patches! This is for the clock and the DigiClockWithTransparency is for the graphics of the clock. Got it?

If you like you can do your own font for the digiclock!

Use the Siemens Picture Change to create your own picture patch.
Pictures from 332 to 341 are the number digits 0..9 and the picture number 342 is the separator.

The numbers are 22x46 pixels and the separator is 13x46 pixels. To make pixels transparent use full RGB green color. (R=0 G=255 B=0)
Save pictures in BMP format with 24 bit color space.

Last edited by Kohtaus; 02-21-2004 at 01:18.
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