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    Default Custom PNG Boot Logo Issues...
    Using the Pwnage 2.0 Software I tried to import my own PNG file made in Photoshop CS3 following the rules:

    PNG in RGB mode (less than 300 x 480 pixels)

    It keeps telling me that it is the wrong file type.

    Can someone tell me if they have successfully imported their own PNG and if so - what were the exact steps taken to create your.


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    Is it under 100k in size? If I remember there was something about alpha channel

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    Try this article, worked for have to create an alpha channel in PS (or similar program), PM me if you need help, or don't have PS, I might be able to help.
    Last edited by arem; 2008-07-22 at 04:55 AM. Reason: Apparently no HTML here

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    None of the images work for me either. Not too concerned though. Its really not worth my time.. i dont mind the pineapple.
    Last edited by alexseat; 2008-08-17 at 10:13 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    Here is the image i am trying to use. However even as a 60kb file it will not accept this image.

    Can someone maybe convert it to an usable png?

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    I think FW 3.0 handles logos differently. I don't think you can use custom logos yet - certainly RedSn0w does not use the pwnapple.
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    Thats an awesome bootlogo

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    Thanks Ivan! If only I could get it to work.

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    I'll try LogoMe after. I heard it works fine for 3.0.

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    ^ I have read that LogoMe doesn't work on 3.0

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    I am fairly certain it does not work and is likely to cause problems.

    It could necessitate a clean restore so I am not willing to attempt it. If you do can you let us know if it works? I'm fairly certain it won't but not 100% and would love to be proved wrong.
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