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    Default [TUTORIAL] Hex Editing Basics!

    Here are some basic steps for people out there just like me that wanted to learn for themselves how to edit certain colours in Orange Homescreen!

    19190: Color of selected item in the bottom menu (green)
    1AD08: Color of the border if you want to move a widget (blue)
    1C2C0: Color of daynumbers in calender
    1C2C4: Color of today in calender (red)
    1C2C8: Color of daynames/weeknumbers in calender

    These values 19190, 1AD08, 1C2C0, 1C2C4, 1C2C8 correspond with the above colours.

    1. Open XVI32 (which can be downloaded here http://www.chmaas.handshake.de/delph...2.htm#download )
    2. Drag the 20022BE7.DLL into the Hex Editor (XVI32) screen till you get this



    3. Then simply press Ctrl+G and a window will popup like in the picture below



    4. Notice i've entered 1C2C4 corresponding with "Color of today in calender (red)"
    5. Press "OK" and you will see this



    6. The three values highlighted in red are the ones you want to change! Simply just type in "0000FF" on your keyboard and watch the values change

    7. You can get colour codes from here http://html-color-codes.com/
    8. You can do the same for the other values shown at the start of the thread, then just save (Disk icon) and repack into the Tsunami .sis file!

    [b]9. Enjoy & feel free to PM me



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    Default Re: [Request] Hex editing tutorial or even just some basic steps

    who need some tutorial about hex editor:
    dont use the OLD/ORIGINAL DLL, use the edited DLL

    http://forum.dailymobile.net/index.p...html#msg241435

    The structures of MIF are:
    1,3 arrows of the picture HS
    20,21,22,23 arrow widget
    9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 27 26, 69-78, 148 (transparent background)
    15, 82-104 hover
    130, 131 bar status memory card




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    Default Re: [Request] Hex editing tutorial or even just some basic steps

    15, 82-104 hover
    130, 131 bar status memory card

    so i click in hex editor "search" then "find" and what i type in for those?

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    Default Re: [Request] Hex editing tutorial or even just some basic steps

    Quote Originally Posted by yiannixanthos
    15, 82-104 hover
    130, 131 bar status memory card

    so i click in hex editor "search" then "find" and what i type in for those?
    those is in MIF....
    the svg entries...
    not in DLL
    you need to edit MIF via siscontent, extract svg, edit via inkscape or adobe illustrator

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    Default Re: [Request] Hex editing tutorial or even just some basic steps

    Quote Originally Posted by pirates_killer
    those is in MIF....
    the svg entries...
    not in DLL
    you need to edit MIF via siscontent, extract svg, edit via inkscape or adobe illustrator
    oh my! now it makes sense! +1

    + one more if you know which svg files are these?

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    Default Re: [Request] Hex editing tutorial or even just some basic steps

    Quote Originally Posted by yiannixanthos
    oh my! now it makes sense! +1

    + one more if you know which svg files are these?
    i already put the entries no. of svg..
    check above the structure of MIF

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    Default Re: [Request] Hex editing tutorial or even just some basic steps

    Quote Originally Posted by pirates_killer
    i already put the entries no. of svg..
    check above the structure of MIF
    haha sorry i didn't even realise, thank you!

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    Default Re: [Request] Hex editing tutorial or even just some basic steps

    Quote Originally Posted by yiannixanthos
    haha sorry i didn't even realise, thank you!
    welcome..

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    Default Re: [Request] Hex editing tutorial or even just some basic steps

    Quote Originally Posted by pirates_killer
    welcome..
    sorry one more question
    how about the colour of the current date?

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    Default Re: [Request] Hex editing tutorial or even just some basic steps

    Quote Originally Posted by yiannixanthos
    sorry one more question
    how about the colour of the current date?
    it's in DLL...
    maybe yener already posted in tsunami n97 thread...
    need to review it back..


 
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