I'm kinda busy tonight, be a little bit later, should be no problem...Bada Bing said:I like the MB temp screen, was wondering if it would be possible to do an Abit moving logo on it, but I think it would be cool with the text drawing going from top to bottom, instead of left to right. Is it possible or too much of a pain?
You need to change another option to go from from an animation to fixed gif, for example:Bada Bing said:I tried to sub the: opt10="filename=C:\\gifs\\asus_logo_ani.gif" with opt10+"filename=C:\\gifs\\abit_logo.gif" but it didnt work =[
Yea, the available options are:Bada Bing said:You rock!!! the MB screen looks good, I tried to go in and tweak the abit symbol, but I found out very quickly the reason you made it small =].
I have a couple of non-anmiated versions of the AMD logo uploaded in a different thread. How do want it "animated"?BlindBat said:Can't believe no one as aked this already, so I will.
Ever heard of AMD (lol...teasing..), how about theirs, and OCZ would be nice also.
Ummm how do I want it animated, honestly I do not want to make you work for nothing, I would have to pounder about this and furthermore get my skills up a little more and understand how animation displays on an LCD.jc634 said:I have a couple of non-anmiated versions of the AMD logo uploaded in a different thread. How do want it "animated"?
I tried to convert an OCZ logo. If I remember correctly, the detail was to fine to display very well. I can't remember if I saved it or not.
I think you need to remove the screen from the display list in the configuration panel, re-add it and restart. I was changing gif paths and editing screen files and finding that none of the mods were applied till I did this. It appears cc2 distributes the information in your screen definition to other ini files which the service reads when you add the screen to the display . If you just change the file the whole config becomes inconsistent.asphalt said:Thanks for the reply, I created the directory c:\gifs and placed the gif file in it and the [E01] still is displayed. I also checked the cc2service directory and both the cc2_showgif.dll and cc2_showgif.ini are there. If I want to change the directory , do I edit it with two forward slashes instead of one for each dir? example c:\\cc2\\screens\\gifs\\giffile.gif
Actually it's easy to make the animations.BlindBat said:I would have to pounder about this and furthermore get my skills up a little more and understand how animation displays on an LCD.