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)
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.
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