Difference between revisions of "SetBackGround"

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Latest revision as of 09:54, 12 February 2015


Synopsis

Header: fxcg/display.h
Syscall index: 0x1EF8
Function signature: void SetBackGround(int background);

Draws to VRAM one of the built-in OS backgrounds.

Parameters

  • background - number of the background. See table below:
background output
0 Matrix Mode Background
1 Equation Mode Background
2 eActivity Mode Background
3 Program Mode Background
4 Financial Mode Background
5 "Wakeup enable" background (Link mode)
6 "Backup" background (Memory mode)
7 System Mode Background
8 Language Background
9 "Search For Program" background (Program mode)
10 "New File" Background
11 Conversion Mode Background
12 "Open Spreadsheet" Background
13 "Save" Background (spreadsheet mode)
14 "Capture Set Mode" background (Link Mode).
15 Open geometry file background.
16 "Select cable type" background (Link Mode).
17 same as 16.
18 PC => Calc transfer background (link mode).