Even more locations added for your modding pleasure.
I think I've got all the OSK functions except for the edit box. Seriously, any help with that one would be greatly appreciated.
Also, anyone who wants to help out. I'm currently going through all addresses with a byte sequence of "68 FF FF FF 00". Most of these should be a white color of some sort. I've currently left off at "0x65430". There are 72 locations left with these bytes.
Good job! Been changing tons of text after reading your findings.
One I have not found is the text for the headers in:
Settings > Display Options
Settings > Route Options.
The headers are black, and say things like:
Orientation, Day/Night, POI Icons, Color, 3D view
Method, Ferries, Toll Roads, Carpool, Turns
I tried locating these, but no luck :(
Also, is there any way to change the color of the button's text when the buttons are depressed? I deally, I would like to be able to change the color from white to black (only while they are depressed, or 'button down' state).
Changing the buttons background color would be nice too, although Im unsure whether you already found that one. I couldn't find it. Currently looks like they are some sort of 'off white blueish'.
Any1 have any screenshots of what u changed?
I haven't yet found any of the black text. Either the black colors are hidden deep in the resource segment, or (more likely) the color is being referenced as a single byte. For instance, take a look at some of the "6A 00" codes. Most of these are essentially pushing the value of zero into a DWORD sized register. So, "6A 00" is putting "00 00 00 00" at the top of the stack.
If this is the case, then it will be pretty difficult to even locate the black color values. Then, once located, there will only be a limited number of colors that it can be changed to, since we can't insert a full RGB DWORD without corrupting the offsets after the insertion.
I haven't seen anything regarding button down state, except in the "ABC"/"123" button of the OSK's.
The button background color is actually the background color of the entire window in most cases. Check "0x19D89" and see if that works for you. In the OSK's, I have it labeled as "Top Area Background", or something similar.
This is a great thread, I think I was reading some of your work on gpspassion.com
I just got iGuidance 4.0 will these still work? Id really like to change my nighttime background color from pure black to a dark grey.
And I would also like to 'thin' the road lines, they are too fat and dont really re-scale when zooming in and out... ?
Any ideas? Ive never ran a program through a text editor (or it has been a LONG time since I have).
You don't need a hex editor to change background colors or road colors or the width of the street borders. All you need is the THEME.ini file. There you can change all the colors you want. Here is one. Extract the file and place it into C:\Program Files\iNav\iGuidance
That is great.... Im going to have a lot of questions, I hope you dont mind. Ialso tried to get to the iNavCorp support site to see if they had any info, but I forgot my registration info at home...
Originally Posted by MGD
First questions, can you explain the 5 groupings of numbers here? And the day map road pen color. So I am assuming this is the color of the street lines in 'day' mode? But why the 5 different color sets?
; day map road pen color FC1-2-3-4-5
; to use same colors for all zoom levels only specify DMRPC(max)
DMRPC0=242,0,8 242,0,8 230,143,38 117,88,75 175,147,133
Those are colors for the different zoom levels. I don't know why 5 colors but play with them and see what changed.
Yeah thats what I thought, but Ive been reading about how Iguidance 4.0 has 12 zoom levels and iGuidance 3.0 has 11... Thats why having 5 colors kind of threw me... I'll play with it though. I just try to figure as much out as I can before I have to tinker on that tiny 7in screen in my car. :)