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Nokia Logo Converter for Linux

The Nokia Logo Converter for Linux is a program that is capable of converting most Nokia Logo Files (*.nlm, *.nol) into Bitmap and vice-versa, allowing you this way to use any Bitmap (other graphic formats also supported) you drew or copied from somewhere as a logo for your Nokia Mobile Phone or to browse your collection of Nokia Logo files. It handles both formats of Logos (Operator and Picture SMS) and has an integrated file browser showing you every Logo or Bitmap in a directory while you scroll in the file box. It features a batch convert mode, so you can convert several files at once. It also offers standard file managing functions so you can manage your logos on your hard disk.

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Recent releases

  •  30 Jun 2003 23:13

    Release Notes: The program has been vastly improved, a batch converted mode has been added, standard file managing functions are now available, many bugs have been fixed, and some useful improvements have been made in the user interface.

    •  18 Apr 2003 01:56

      Release Notes: A new batch convert mode which allows you to convert several files at once, fixes for some smaller bugs, and temporary removal of NGG file support.

      •  27 Dec 2002 03:14

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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