Need a bmp

 

I need a bmp icon for the Kum And Go gas station file. If someone could create a good one and upload it to the site, that would be great.
Oh. I have created a couple of lousy ones.

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Watch for it

spokybob wrote:

I need a bmp icon for the Kum And Go gas station file. If someone could create a good one and upload it to the site, that would be great.
Oh. I have created a couple of lousy ones.

I just created one and submitted it. Don't know when it will show up.

sent you one

also sent it the factory

Icon limitations

The company logo (even without the registered trademark sign) is six characters and two spaces, (total 8) and all of that is inside an oval that has to extend farther on the sides. You're not going to be able to just shrink that down and fit it in something at most 24 pixels wide and still have it at all readable or even recognizable. So you really should be thinking of what you would be happy with that fits in the GPSr space restrictions. Perhaps just a red oval with a stylized white line that represents the connection between the K and the G? Or something else all together, like a red and white gas pump?

@spokybob

Looks like the kind folks here have submitted a logo for you but in the future you may find that Google is your friend.

Go to Google.com, click on Images in the menu line across the upper part of the screen and enter Kum And Go Logo in the search field. Pick one from the results and use Windows Paint to make the logo 24 x 24 pixels and save it as 256K bitmap with the same name as the POI file.

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did that

t923347 wrote:

Looks like the kind folks here have submitted a logo for you but in the future you may find that Google is your friend.

Go to Google.com, click on Images in the menu line across the upper part of the screen and enter Kum And Go Logo in the search field. Pick one from the results and use Windows Paint to make the logo 24 x 24 pixels and save it as 256K bitmap with the same name as the POI file.

That is the method I used to create the lousy ones.

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