AliceOS allows distribution managers and manufacturers to easily change settings and properties of AliceOS in addition to modifying its source code. In the
Resources directory, manufacturers can edit the
OEMSettings.rpy file to achieve this.
In order to enable the OEM mode and its settings, the following needs to be filled in.
aliceos.oem_mode- Whether the OEM mode should be turned on or off. Default is False.
aliceos_oem_info- Field for entering in provider details. An example is provided below:
oem_info = """\ OEM Name: Aperture Laboratories OEM Website: https://aperturescience.com OEM Support Email: [email protected] For distribution with Aperture Science products only. If this policy is violated, please contact the support team with the email address above. """
AliceOS generally displays two license agreement prompts: the standard GNU LGPL license for the platform and an OEM's agreement, usually describing the game's nature (eg. disclaimers, IP guidelines, etc.). To write your license, edit the license field:
license = """\ No license found. """
If you do not wish to add an additional license, simply leave the field to its default value,
No license found.
By default, custom fonts are disabled. To enable them, set
True. Note that you'll need to have your font files in
Resources/systemfont/OEM/ and they must be TrueType fonts.
Resources/systemfont/OEM/Regular.ttf Resources/systemfont/OEM/Bold.ttf Resources/systemfont/OEM/Italic.ttf Resources/systemfont/OEM/Black.ttf Resources/systemfont/OEM/Medium.ttf Resources/systemfont/OEM/Thin.ttf ...
If you want the font to appear larger in the Setup assistant, set