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Old 31 March 2008, 05:11   #1
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Um icons preview.

I thought it would be cool to post a preview picture of the Um icons conversion I'm doing, so here it is.

View in 1280x1024. This is how they would appear on a 640x512 workbench screen in ham-6.
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I've made this picture with a ico to ham-6 converter I've made in FreeBasic, which has built-in ham emulation for 24 bit displays. The 24 bit to ham renderer was made by meynaf in assembler, which I converted to FreeBasic. A ham-8 preview (using new icons palette) can be made on request (simple enough). The converter only needs a c2p routine (easy), outline function (easy) and it has to inject the converted images into .info files (probably easy). I just released this picture, because most of the work on the converter has been done.

Please tell me what you think, and stay tuned for the complete set, converted to .info (both ham-6 and ham-8).

Update: Outline function and c2p done.

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