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post #16 of 371

Hi,  I'd request.Tried be created some theme. Unfortunately it simply I don't know. Could somebody give a little some time and create simple theme according to next needs?

Menu:

1) Background = black (without a picture)

2) Text = orange

3) Selected files: background = yellov, text = black

 

Play Screen:

 

1) Background = black (without a picture)

2) Text = orange

3) Progress bar = Orange

 

Boot and Shutdown screen can be the same.

 

I would have most grateful for help.

post #17 of 371
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Originally Posted by marty63 View Post

Hi,  I'd request.Tried be created some theme. Unfortunately it simply I don't know. Could somebody give a little some time and create simple theme according to next needs?
Menu:
1) Background = black (without a picture)
2) Text = orange
3) Selected files: background = yellov, text = black

Play Screen:

1) Background = black (without a picture)
2) Text = orange
3) Progress bar = Orange

Boot and Shutdown screen can be the same.

I would have most grateful for help.


Hi Marty,

I'll look into it this week when i have the time, but the easiest way to try it yourself, is by opening the firmware file, and "recolour" the images, if needed even one by one, then updating it to your Fiio X3, and see what has changed.

That's how i did it smily_headphones1.gif

a lot of the images or filenames give a clue as to what they're for already too!
post #18 of 371

Thank you for help. At all it is not urgent. Of course I'm it tried, but that work really isn't my cup of tea. This combination colours may I have namely proven on rockboxed  IAudio X5L. Because shall I weak eyesight is concerned me about what maximum contrast and this combination suits me best, especially on daylight.

Once more cheers if find time.

post #19 of 371
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Originally Posted by JamesFiiO View Post
 

some initial Themes from our users in China.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Can I have the font file for it? xD

post #20 of 371
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Originally Posted by NightAngelz View Post
 

Can I have the font file for it? xD


i'd rather have the 1920 x 1080 wallpaper ;P

post #21 of 371

She's Hatsune Miku for anyone wondering. A Japanese created but now somewhat international icon for vocaloids. 

post #22 of 371

need advise, more info which files I can change, which has have the same resolution, what can't I modify, etc.
Tutorial about 'FirmwareTools' would be grat.
Thanks!

post #23 of 371

I made a video. Enjoy.

post #24 of 371
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Originally Posted by Pizdak View Post
 

need advise, more info which files I can change, which has have the same resolution, what can't I modify, etc.
Tutorial about 'FirmwareTools' would be grat.
Thanks!


you can change every image file, remember that the images are "fixed" on the top left side, so if you make an image larger, it will get larger to the right and bottom.

 

the themes can be found in litegui > theme(number)

inside the theme folders there is also a "config.ini" file, which is used for the text colours. you'd have to look up hexadecimal codes for colours.

http://www.color-hex.com/ might help you.

 

the codes are 2 digits per colour, so RR GG BB, from 0 to F (0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,A,B,C,D,E,F) red: FF0000 green: 00FF00 blue: 0000FF

 

-CH23


Edited by CH23 - 10/15/13 at 11:55pm
post #25 of 371

Anyone have an idea if/how you can change the font size (other than just switching to a larger font). I'm trying to create a theme that will be more readable outdoors, and would like to use a bigger font size on the playing screen without changing the rest of the theme.

Also, is it possible to tie the system settings to a specific theme. For my outdoor theme maybe have a brighter backlight setting for example.

Hopefully I can have something worth uploading in a few days....

Cheers.

post #26 of 371

High fellow HF buddies, this is watashi101, the Miku Theme creator. I'm also surprised Miku is recognized here! =P

If you are a Vocaloid fans, you may wish to try out my theme --- Mikurism

 

http://www.sendspace.com/file/j3t80s

The theme's based on firmware 2.05

 

I'll also try to help if you come on technical problems while DIY-ing your own theme.

Lets make our X3 personal =]

 

http://i5.minus.com/ib087q5BmTZY6E.jpg

http://i2.minus.com/igZd5pqDBX6yB.jpg

http://i5.minus.com/iu5SpDSyYLdaW.jpg

http://i5.minus.com/iwC20lCxL4HZ7.jpg 

post #27 of 371
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Originally Posted by watashi101 View Post

High fellow HF buddies, this is watashi101, the Miku Theme creator. I'm also surprised Miku is recognized here! =P

Awesome work there!! While I'm not a big Miku fan, I can really appreciate the work you put into this. Very impressive.

Dale
post #28 of 371
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Originally Posted by Mr Trev View Post
 

Anyone have an idea if/how you can change the font size (other than just switching to a larger font). I'm trying to create a theme that will be more readable outdoors, and would like to use a bigger font size on the playing screen without changing the rest of the theme.

Also, is it possible to tie the system settings to a specific theme. For my outdoor theme maybe have a brighter backlight setting for example.

Hopefully I can have something worth uploading in a few days....

Cheers.

Hi Trev, font size is not adjustable in any means so far. However, you may think using a high contrast background vs font color to make fonts clearer to read (eg. black vs white)

Changing fonts is also a way. Helvetica Neue, for example, is a good-looking plus very clear font.

 

For specific system attributes against each theme, let's hope James and his fellow engineers would come up with something more "DIY-able" during next service upgrade =P

post #29 of 371
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Originally Posted by watashi101 View Post
 

Hi Trev, font size is not adjustable in any means so far. However, you may think using a high contrast background vs font color to make fonts clearer to read (eg. black vs white)

Changing fonts is also a way. Helvetica Neue, for example, is a good-looking plus very clear font.

 

For specific system attributes against each theme, let's hope James and his fellow engineers would come up with something more "DIY-able" during next service upgrade =P

Wow that's a lot of work you put into the theme...and it looks beautiful. Don't mind if I use it right xD

post #30 of 371
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Originally Posted by NightAngelz View Post
 

Wow that's a lot of work you put into the theme...and it looks beautiful. Don't mind if I use it right xD

definitely not~ please enjoy your time with Miku =P

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