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Splash Screen again


 
jimcarrel I design a splash screen at 200 X 150 pixals, 16 bit color saved as .bmp. Even add a 3.5 extra show time to it. It still never shows. I thought that not running a start up message would allow it to show and that Idea didn't work. Any comments? The splash screen that does show is the default for E-Book Compiler
JimC.

(Edited by jimcarrel at 6:17 am on April 21, 2003)


Posted on: 6:15 am on April 21, 2003
KC *

(Edited by KC at 3:40 am on June 8, 2003)


Posted on: 7:13 am on April 21, 2003
EBookCompiler It can be in any folder, actually preferably not in source folder

Did you browse the right file name in Edit StartUp


Posted on: 6:41 pm on April 21, 2003
KC *

(Edited by KC at 3:40 am on June 8, 2003)


Posted on: 12:24 am on April 22, 2003
EBookCompiler KC, you'll save a bit of space by putting it in another folder.

Icons, includes, the splash don't need to be in of the source folder.  If you put them there, you actually end up storing a 2nd copy.


Posted on: 1:50 am on April 22, 2003
jimcarrel Thank you for your responses, yes I did reference the .bmp in the start up edit, I did place the .bmp in the source folder. While typing this I moved the splash bmp to another folder other than the source folder, recompiled and it works, thank you, thank you all!!
JimC.

Posted on: 4:34 am on April 22, 2003
KC *

(Edited by KC at 3:40 am on June 8, 2003)


Posted on: 11:12 am on April 22, 2003

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