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Custom portraits for IOS

Hello, everyone.

Does anybody know how to transfer custom portraits to IOS ver. IWD?

Of course I know that i-fun box would do this, but now this program doesn't operate properly.

Thank U

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  • Luke93Luke93 Member, Mobile Tester Posts: 1,404
    edited July 2016
    You need to zip a .bmp file , then rename it to .bg2portrait ( the extension .iwdportrait isn't working at the moment, it's probably bugged....).
    After that, email the .bg2portrait file to yourself, download the attachment and tap on it: you should be able to see the option: Copy to IWD. That's it! At this point, you can start a new game ( or load a current one) and choose your custom portrait when you are asked to select a portrait ( by tapping on the new button "custom" ).

    Important note: Portraits must still follow the file format and naming convention described in the game’s included manuals: 24-bit BMP, 8 characters or less, with a standard aspect ratio of 210x330 for the large portrait.

    Kenji
  • JdavJdav Member Posts: 1
    @Luke93 I’ve been trying to get this to work for all ie games but the option to copy from my iPhone iPad email to the games doesn’t pop up. I get my portrait, use paint to make it 210 330 bmp. Zip it and rename it using .bg1portrait or bg2portrait but it doesn’t work. Help?

  • Luke93Luke93 Member, Mobile Tester Posts: 1,404
    Jdav wrote: »
    @Luke93 I’ve been trying to get this to work for all ie games but the option to copy from my iPhone iPad email to the games doesn’t pop up. I get my portrait, use paint to make it 210 330 bmp. Zip it and rename it using .bg1portrait or bg2portrait but it doesn’t work. Help?

    It should work fine for BG:EE and BG2:EE. If it doesn't work for you, then perhaps the “zip” suffix is still in the file name...?
    As far as IWD:EE is concerned, I haven't tried it in a long time... Try renaming it using ".iwdportrait"...

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