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weatheryoko

USA
295 Posts

Posted - 20 mai 2005 :  01:15:40  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Marvin
Can you do me a favor. I've got a question into iNav about their theme.ini file. I cannot get the road borders to work. See http://www.gpspassion.com/forumsen/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=28736. Can you paste this in your ctheme.ini file and see if it even works? Thanks.

DMRBPC0=0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0
DMRBPC1=0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0
DMRBPC2=0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0
DMRBPC3=0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0
DMRBPC4=0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0
DMRBPC5=0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0
DMRBPC6=0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0
DMRBPC7=0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0
DMRBPC8=0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0
DMRBPC9=0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0
DMRBPC10=0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0,0

This should work for the day mode only and should put a black outline/border on the roads if it works. I can't get it to work and I'm guessing that this feature was not "enabled" with version 2.0 (which is what I have). It goes right below where you customized all your street colors (of course you can simply cut and paste this into a blank notepad and save it as ctheme.ini as well. Just rename your ctheme.ini first!) The reason I'm pursuing this, is that this may "solve" your 3-d road width problem (instead of all the roads blending together, this border should separate the off-ramp from this highway. Thanks in advance.

Justin

P.S. if this works, I've basically created a "theme" that mirrors tomtom. I'll send it to you via PM is I can get this road border thing to work.
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Marvin Hlavac

Canada
6903 Posts

Posted - 20 mai 2005 :  01:50:10  Show Profile  Visit Marvin Hlavac's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Yes Weatheryoko, I also played with the same idea almost a year ago desperately trying to solve the problem which was introduced with the "True Road Width" in the 3D-view mode. I never succeeded with 2.0. But I remember then playing with:

; day map road border pen color FC1-2-3-4-5

and also:

; nite map road border pen color FC1-2-3-4-5

(I just copied that from my other post from December 2004) I might have played also with some other settings, I don't recall now. But I will try to look at what you are suggesting. I'll let you know. Still though, I think a better solution would be to give users the option to turn the extra width off completely, if we so choose (along with all geo-features which I don’t need for driving).

Marvin Hlavac - Toronto, Canada
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weatheryoko

USA
295 Posts

Posted - 20 mai 2005 :  17:57:44  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Marvin,
Turning off the geocache stuff is easy. I'll post the solution here in about an hour. (I have to write the code in the theme.ini)

BTW, how come your background is a different color than mine? Your's is more of a pale yellow, while mine is more like a sand brown. Did you modify anything in the ctheme.ini?

Also can you post what the numbers are for MBC (Map Background Color)?

Thanks. Talk to you soon.
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weatheryoko

USA
295 Posts

Posted - 20 mai 2005 :  18:34:10  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hide cemeteries, airports, lakes, parks, etc

For those of you who wish to hide the geo-data in iGuidance.(Personally I like it but I know some of you have been asking for this feature).

The first code is for those using the white "skin" in version 2.1. Save the code listed below in a text editor as ctheme.ini

Here's the code you'll need.

Paste this in first:
;XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
; map background color (day nite) (Large Scale)
MBC=255,255,255 0,0,0
;XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

and then paste this at the bottom of ctheme.ini

;XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
; feature colors- day colors
;XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
;
; OCEAN
;DFC1=156,186,247
DFC1=255,255,255

; BAY/HARBOUR
;DFC2=156,186,247
DFC2=255,255,255

; LAKE
;DFC3=156,186,247
DFC3=255,255,255

; RIVER
;DFC4=156,186,247
DFC4=255,255,255

; ISLAND
; leave unspecified to use map bg color
;DFC5=248,252,200
DFC5=255,255,255
;debugging
;DFC5=255,255,255

; PARK_STATE
;DFC6=200,252,200
DFC6=255,255,255

; PARK_CITY
;DFC7=200,252,200
DFC7=255,255,255

; PARK_MONT
;DFC8=200,252,200
DFC8=255,255,255

; WOODLAND
;DFC9=152,204,152
DFC9=255,255,255

; COUNTRY
;DFC10=188,143,143
DFC10=255,255,255

; STATE LINE (also Coastline)
;DFC11=248,252,200
DFC11=255,255,255

; RAILROAD
;DFC12=252,241,224
DFC12=255,255,255

; GOLF
;DFC13=200,252,200
DFC13=255,255,255

; CEMETARY
;DFC14=255,210,241
DFC14=255,255,255

; BUILT_UP
;DFC15=248,204,152
DFC15=255,255,255

; INDUSTRIAL
;DFC16=200,152,248
DFC16=255,255,255

; MILITARY
;DFC17=255,255,165
DFC17=255,255,255

; AIRPORT
;DFC18=207,207,207
DFC18=255,255,255

; RUNWAY
;DFC19=183,166,166
DFC19=255,255,255

;XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
; feature colors- night colors
;XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
; OCEAN
;NFC1=156,186,247
NFC1=0,0,0

; BAY/HARBOUR
;NFC2=156,186,247
NFC2=0,0,0

; LAKE
;NFC3=156,186,247
NFC3=0,0,0

; RIVER
;NFC4=156,186,247
NFC4=0,0,0

; ISLAND
; leave unspecified to use map bg color
;NFC5=251,237,217
NFC5=0,0,0

;debugging
;NFC5=255,255,255

; PARK_STATE
;NFC6 = 156,211,156;
NFC6=0,0,0


; PARK_CITY
;NFC7 = 156,211,156;
NFC7=0,0,0

; PARK_MONT
;NFC8 = 156,211,156;
NFC8=0,0,0

; WOODLAND
NFC9=0,0,0

; COUNTRY
NFC10=0,0,0

; STATE
NFC11=0,0,0

; RAILROAD
NFC12=0,0,0

; GOLF
NFC13=0,0,0

; CEMETARY
NFC14=0,0,0

; BUILT_UP
NFC15=0,0,0

; INDUSTRIAL
NFC16=0,0,0

; MILITARY
NFC17=0,0,0

; AIRPORT
;NFC18=205,205,205
NFC18=0,0,0


; RUNWAY
;NFC19=176,176,176
NFC19=0,0,0

;XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

This will fix your geo-cache issue (turn off all features). NOTE TO ALL: This will work iGuidance 2.1. If you have 2.0, you'll need to replace all the day colors from 255,255,255 to 255,220,128 and the night colors from 0,0,0 to 0,0,96 in the theme.ini (I have verified that this works.


Justin

Edited by - weatheryoko on 21 mai 2005 04:56:04
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Marvin Hlavac

Canada
6903 Posts

Posted - 20 mai 2005 :  19:42:08  Show Profile  Visit Marvin Hlavac's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Weatheryoko you have just made my day! Thanks! I have never thought of that! How clever, you knew my favourite color theme in iGuidance 2.1 was "White" so you have just turned all geo-features to white during the day, and black at night ;-) This piece of code is staying in my ctheme.ini! It would however be nicer if future version of iGuidance gives the user the ability to do this from within Display Options. I'd like geo-features to be there when I want to impress someone by showing them this software. But when I drive I don't want parks, cemeteries, lakes, airports, etc anymore ;-)

Can you tell me what the first part does?

;XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
; map background color (day nite) (Large Scale)
MBC=255,255,255 0,0,0
;XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX


In my 2.1 it works just fine with just the second portion of the code. I suspect you use 2.0 and the code changes your background? Or is the code supposed to make sure no color of geo-features is affected if "White" theme is not selected? The reason I'm asking is that when I add the first portion of the code iGuidance doesn't start ;-)

Thanks again! It's marvellous!!!


Marvin Hlavac - Toronto, Canada
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weatheryoko

USA
295 Posts

Posted - 20 mai 2005 :  19:55:26  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Marvin,
The first part is needed when you do a FULL ZOOM OUT (ie. 50 nmi or 100 nmi (whatever you've selected). If you don't have it, the iGuidance will default to the maps background color whatever it is. Otherwise, the maps at full zoom out will seem "splotchy" (spelling?).

Anyway, I'm dying to find out if the road border I sent you worked. Can you let me know how that worked? (I rubbed your back, time to rub mine!) ;-)

Thanks for testing this for me.

Justin
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Marvin Hlavac

Canada
6903 Posts

Posted - 20 mai 2005 :  20:10:28  Show Profile  Visit Marvin Hlavac's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Justin ;-) I was too excited writing my previous reply that I forgot to answer your question ;-) The "border" code does the same thing as in 2.0. It doesn't seem to do anything. I played with it almost an hour :-( But I'm afraid that is not really the answer we are looking for. Even in TomTom the lanes blend together in busy areas even though TomTom uses road borders. Ideal solution is really narrow roads in 3D-view mode. Slim is beautiful.

P.S. In my 2.1 all seems okay at all zoom levels with just the one part of the code!

Marvin Hlavac - Toronto, Canada

Edited by - Marvin Hlavac on 20 mai 2005 20:14:17
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weatheryoko

USA
295 Posts

Posted - 20 mai 2005 :  20:25:11  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks for checking. Bummer it doesn't work. MATBE IGUIDANCE IS LISTENING and will fix the border issue in the theme.ini and the ctheme.ini BEFORE they release it in a couple of weeks (at least lets hope so). Thanks again.

Justin

Now I'm playing with the POI icons. I'll show you what I come up with.

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dumpper

Canada
118 Posts

Posted - 20 mai 2005 :  22:40:42  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks Marvin & Justin ! These are excellent hacks !!!



Based on your lead, I was inspired to create some more icons:

2D Standby / No Signal (yes, it's not a car-shape, I know, 71 x 71px):


2D Weak Signal (24 x 55px):


2D Normal / Strong Signal (24 x 55px):


3D Standby / No Signal (hey, my favorite car - Porsche 911, 59 x 55px ):


3D Weak Signal (59 x 55px):


3D Normal / Strong Signal (59 x 55px):


(Sorry that I don't have time to post a screen shot yet, but they're working ok in my system)

There're so many possibilities of doing fun things here: what about putting a figure of Dark Vader, a puzzling face, your dog, a photo of your own car etc.

Enjoy !

Edited by - dumpper on 21 mai 2005 01:23:04
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Marvin Hlavac

Canada
6903 Posts

Posted - 21 mai 2005 :  00:24:47  Show Profile  Visit Marvin Hlavac's Homepage  Reply with Quote


I couldn't resist trying the new "arrows" by Dumpper ;-)


Marvin Hlavac - Toronto, Canada
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dumpper

Canada
118 Posts

Posted - 21 mai 2005 :  00:34:52  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Done fixing (see above) Thanks for your help, Marvin ! You really saved the day !
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dumpper

Canada
118 Posts

Posted - 21 mai 2005 :  01:14:16  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
ok, better-quality icons posted, see above ...

Edited by - dumpper on 21 mai 2005 01:24:02
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Marvin Hlavac

Canada
6903 Posts

Posted - 21 mai 2005 :  01:22:29  Show Profile  Visit Marvin Hlavac's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Instead of the arrows above the car you could consider using the red brake lights (no signal) and the orange tail lights (2D fix)

Marvin Hlavac - Toronto, Canada
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dumpper

Canada
118 Posts

Posted - 21 mai 2005 :  01:30:31  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Marvin, I've tried doing that already (adding the tail light glowing when there's no signal), but I am not very satisfied with the result, and there's no time tonight since I have to be heading out the city for the long weekend (-; Will post the revised icons next week when I'm back ... Meanwhile, enjoy the current one (as i'll be doing for the next few days) ! (-;
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Squaredancer

284 Posts

Posted - 21 mai 2005 :  01:37:49  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Marvin
I've been following this thread with interest. I've noticed that the pic formats are generally bmp.

I don't know what file formats will work in IG, but I'm also assuming that they should go in main PDA memory along with the main program. Given that, because of the limited memory of PDA's, these files should be as small as possible - especially if new graphics for POI's are done. They will use up the memory rapidly. The preferred formats for keeping things small are jpg and gif. If you can use either instead of a bmp, I would recommend it. You know the most about the file, so you have probably already tried different formats.

Bob
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