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Using Icon As Image

07.02.2005
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        Pys60 1.1.3 have 2 differnt classes for graphics data.
Icon class represents icon (typically from .mbm file)
which can be put in ListBox for selection.
Image class represents a bigger image which can be
drawn upon. These 2 classes can't convert to/from
each other.

So, I create a library that read .mbm file and draw
an Image from the data there. So, you can make
an icon into an image (now only 1-bit icons).
the module can be downloaded from here
http://larndham.net/service/pys60/icon_image.py
from appuifw import *
import icon_image, e32

app.body = c = Canvas()
# choose a bitmap from plenty inside mbm (multi-bitmap)
icon = icon_image('z:\\system\\data\\avkon.mbm', 28) 
c.blit(icon)

e32.ao_sleep(10)  # 10 sec to end program
Look here for more information.
http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/forum/showthread.php?s=&threadid=63608