Igo 18.104.22.168313 + HD2 + auto-rotation/tilt + HIGH RESOLUTION - how to?...
Currently trying 22.214.171.124313 on Winmo 6.5 emulator (haven't got my hd2, yet) and I'm having difficulty configuring it to support both high-resolution landscape (800x480) and portrait (480x800) formats. inside the folder "ui_igo8" (located in data.zip) there are two sub-folders - "480_800" and "800_480", as well as some lower resolutions sub-folders, but they are irrelevant for us.
How do I set the "sys.txt" file?... I found out that "sys.txt" has to be configured correctly before installation. further changes to this file after the program is installed, won't apply in any case.
Did someone manage to make igo8 switch between the formats using the device's rotation-sensor (while maintaining the high resolution format), or its somewhat reinforced to support one format?...
Here's what I tried so far (pictures + "sys.txt" settings for each example) :
Boned-stock file - standard low resolution - landscape + portrait :
landscape (stock, low resolution) - http://img697.imageshack.us/img697/2...klandscape.png
portrait (stock, low resolution) - http://img248.imageshack.us/img248/6...ckportrait.png
Changed file - high resolution (landscape setting inside "sys.txt") - landscape + portrait. look what happens in portrait mode :
landscape (you can see a clear improvement in quality over the stock landscape) - http://img42.imageshack.us/img42/4323/highlandscape.png
portrait (not being scaled to fit *argh*) - http://img188.imageshack.us/img188/8...hportraite.png
of course, I can switch between 800_480 to 480_800 inside sys.txt each time before I install the application, but it won't make the application do the switch automatically. I tried to set two individual "resolution_dir", won't change anything.
I read that htc HD users tend to add "autoconfig=1" under [rawdisplay], in order to make it switch (I doubt it'll maintain the correct resolution, it will probably use stretch/resize algorithms instead of using original files). as you can see, I tried that also, but it won't change anything.
I'll appreciate any suggestion...