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punk_ecas
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Timestamp Size

Post by punk_ecas » Thu Apr 23, 2009 1:51 pm

Hi Everybody,

Do you know how can I modify the size of timestamp? I need a bigger one.
If there is no easy way to do that, where can I find this issue on source code?

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Post by cordel » Thu Apr 23, 2009 8:25 pm

The fonts for the timestamp are defined in zm_font.h and zm_image.h

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Post by punk_ecas » Mon Apr 27, 2009 10:40 am

cordel wrote:The fonts for the timestamp are defined in zm_font.h and zm_image.h
Thanks.

I looked for these files and I was able to increase the width of timestamp easily, just changing the define on image.h.
Here is the thing, when I increase the height the letters don't appear correctly, the function Annotate() isn't adapted to increase size only by changing the width/height define.

My knowledges in c pointers stuff are not the bests, I'd tried to adapt the function, but I wasn't capable to do that.
Does anyone can give me some additional tips to get this?

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Post by SyRenity » Wed Apr 29, 2009 1:29 pm

Hi.

I'm interested in this as well - never to managed to get it work correctly.

Regards.

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