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looking for an ixus65/sd630 tester

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Offline reyalp

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looking for an ixus65/sd630 tester
« on: 04 / October / 2009, 00:47:46 »
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Looking for someone who has this camera to verify a few things before I check in.

With the attached diskboot, CHDK will show a window with some values labeled m, s, r and z.

In this display, please check:
- m: is 0x82FC when the canon menu (opened with the menu button) is not open, and some other value when it is.
- s: is zero when the func menu is not open, and one when it is
- r: should be zero
- z: is zero the zoom is not being adjusted, and non-zero when it is.

Check the function of the "Show OSD in review mode" option.
- Make sure a review is enabled in the canon menu (this is when the camera shows the image you've taken for a few seconds after you take the shot)
- In the CHDK OSD menu "Show OSD"  is checked, "Hide OSD" is set to "Don't"
- make sure some OSD elements (like the battery meter, clock etc, raw indicator) are enabled.
- when "Show OSD in review mode" is checked, the OSD should display in review mode, and when it is off, it should not.
« Last Edit: 04 / October / 2009, 00:58:14 by reyalp »
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Re: looking for an ixus65/sd630 tester
« Reply #1 on: 11 / October / 2009, 15:18:30 »
Hi, i've got a SD630 and I'm willing to test it. I've used CHDK for years and been loving it.

What should I take note of when running this?

(i haven't dl'ed nor ran this yet)

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Re: looking for an ixus65/sd630 tester
« Reply #2 on: 11 / October / 2009, 17:49:37 »
The stuff described in the first post ;)

Basically, I need to confirm that my correction of some variables is correct.
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Re: looking for an ixus65/sd630 tester
« Reply #3 on: 17 / October / 2009, 00:40:56 »
I've got it downloaded, however since I've moved and this isn't my computer I'll be installing this build on the camera in some other time.  Just know that I'll be taking a bit of time to report back.


Re: looking for an ixus65/sd630 tester
« Reply #4 on: 18 / October / 2009, 17:38:14 »
(BUmp!)

Ok, So as I turn it on...

m: 82fc
s: 0
r: 0
z: 0

m changes to 2b9970 (photo), 2b9960(video), 2bc4ec(browser) when I go into the Canon Menu.
s changes to 1 at the function menu of Video and Photo
r stays 0 all the time
z changes to 1 when I zoom in or out in both Video and PHoto modes.

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Re: looking for an ixus65/sd630 tester
« Reply #5 on: 18 / October / 2009, 19:15:36 »
Thanks. I've checked this in, the CHDK OSD in this port should now play more nicely with the canon stuff. This will be in autobuild 820 and later.
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