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post #661 of 674

I assume that the reasons there are so few custom themes for the X3 II is 1, because it is much newer and 2, the UI was probably a huge amount better on the X3 II in the first place compared to the original X3.

post #662 of 674
Sadly it appears as if I won't be able to use McDowns files as anything other than reference since the only version of illustrator at my disposal is cs4 and they are not compatible.

Will do my best anyway and see what I can come up with. My biggest problem will be knowing what goes where and at what sizes but that would have happened either way.

(Edit: It appears a good thing I've got time and irregular sleep patterns, that's a metric ass ton of icons)
Edited by RB-Horizon - 11/16/15 at 7:04am
post #663 of 674
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Originally Posted by RB-Horizon View Post

Sadly it appears as if I won't be able to use McDowns files as anything other than reference since the only version of illustrator at my disposal is cs4 and they are not compatible.

Will do my best anyway and see what I can come up with. My biggest problem will be knowing what goes where and at what sizes but that would have happened either way.

(Edit: It appears a good thing I've got time and irregular sleep patterns, that's a metric ass ton of icons)

No problem, here's a CS4 file
https://www.dropbox.com/s/of9q2fnrmig85f2/first%20play_v3_cs4.zip?dl=0

I also use very handy utility liteGUI that allows you to test firmware without flashing it to the device every time. Although I'm not sure it's compatible with X3 II.
You can get it here
post #664 of 674
I'll check it out first thing when I wake up after my nap. Hating pain meds that say "may cause drowsiness" they should say "don't make any plans for the next few days".

Thanks for the help.
post #665 of 674
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Originally Posted by RB-Horizon View Post

I'll check it out first thing when I wake up after my nap. Hating pain meds that say "may cause drowsiness" they should say "don't make any plans for the next few days".

Thanks for the help.

Have a good nap.
post #666 of 674
3.4 Blues


The colour might look a bit different. I also redesigned navigation wheel for both orange and blue themes.
post #667 of 674

@McDown you are the man! I used the orange mod since you published some time ago and I must say, this is very nice blue version.

 

Thank you very much for your support and for your great work !!!


Edited by Basstion - 11/16/15 at 8:14pm
post #668 of 674
Well... It appears i won't be doing any modding for the themes since my computer decided that it didn't like me... or something.

For some reason it refuses to unpack the firmware correctly and instead of a 46mb folder i get about 2mb and it only contains the ".ini"-files and the fonts.
have tried erasing all files, re-downloading (both fw and tools) and unpacking again but to no avail. It just hates me apparently.

So it seems I shall have to sit here and twiddle my thumbs until someone who can get the bloody thing working does what I have failed to do.

Sorry.

Also thanks again to McDown for the files and the litegui but it wouldn't work with the X3ii.
post #669 of 674
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Originally Posted by McDown View Post

I also use very handy utility liteGUI that allows you to test firmware without flashing it to the device every time. Although I'm not sure it's compatible with X3 II.
You can get it here

 

@Joe Bloggs is the liteGUI linked above compatible with the X3 2nd Gen firmware?  If not, are there any alternatives?  

post #670 of 674

Hello! is there a firmware unpacking tool that work on Linux?

post #671 of 674

Hello! I was wondering if there is a firmware unpacking tool that's compatible with Linux? I would appreciate it very much!

post #672 of 674
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Hello! I was wondering if there is a firmware unpacking tool that's compatible with Linux? I would appreciate it very much!


To run the tools on Linux, you can use Wine. I can confirm that it works as expected.

post #673 of 674

Thanks. I was Trying to avoid that option, I have very little RAM (2gb) on a old laptop and virtual machines tend to use more RAM then what I can offer but I had an extra HDD in which I installed Windows 10 and it works acceptably okay. Thank you!

post #674 of 674

Got a PM the other day asking about my latest firmware. Wasn't even sure if I uploaded the latest revision.

 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/3v6lwgvexbt8a7h/x3_final.zip?dl=0

 

Probably the only changes are tweaks here and there, but its been a while and I can't even remember myself;)

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