Clearity Skin - Printable Version
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- salvi - 2007-08-03 10:03
I`ve been using this skin for a while, and i love it, but recently i encountered a problem.
I have now installed build rev9424 of T3CH, and i tried to upgrade last night to rev9662, everything works ok, but the volume bar progress image is not overlapping correctly with the volume bar container image, i noticed that it's not the xml, but when i actually change the XBMC default.xbe to the rev9424 build, it works correctly again.
Did something change in XBMC on how it handles layers in skins or something?
Does anyone have any ideas on how to fix it?
- MajorTom - 2007-08-03 10:48
Unfortunately this skin is broken in numerous ways now (probably due to changes in the skinning engine). Hope Smokehead has time to look at it again some day as it was always my fav.
- empty - 2007-08-03 16:12
Here is a fix for the Volumebar and the OSD Bookmark
- empty - 2007-08-03 19:49
Sorry i missed the 720p 1080p resolution
I have only a 4:3 Screen
- salvi - 2007-08-03 20:56
empty Wrote:Sorry i missed the 720p 1080p resolution
Thanks so much, it does work, although it's not properly aligned. I am actually running 720p.
So the problem is dialogvolumebar.xml? i'll try maybe playing with it see if i can aling it properly in 720p. It al least overlaps properly now.
I wish this skins was still being updated, i tried many other but none can compare, at least not yet.
- scottapalmer - 2007-08-04 00:51
signs of life...............
- salvi - 2007-08-04 03:39
Managed to get it properly aligned at 720p
- salvi - 2007-08-05 01:17
Here's an interesting question, how do i add scripts to the favourites menu on the skin?
I tried going to the folder where the scripts are and choosing "add to favourites" from the context menu, but when you click on them on the favourites menu on the home screen all it does it display the file manager pointed to the folder of the script, but not actually running the script.
From other skins it works on the script menu, but clearity seems to be using favourites...
- salvi - 2007-08-05 03:09
i was able to add them by editing the favorites.xml file, but there seems to be now way to add them via the skin itself.
- jmarshall - 2007-08-05 03:32
It probably doesn't have DialogFavourites.xml