[RELEASE] Navi-X (Script) Media Browser - Printable Version
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- Hauser - 2010-12-22 04:22
Just installed 3.52 on Dharma running on XP SP3 latest patches, but I get an error in Shoutcast when I try to load a genre, says "ERROR CANNOT OPEN FILE."
Is this because of Shoutcast's recent hijinks, shutting off API access to anyone who doesn't have a developer license?
- tikkiew - 2010-12-22 23:10
XBMC blog wrote about this issue with shoutcast. I would think it is the same reason on Navi-X. Only top 500 works at the moment. I reported it to the person that made the playlist.
If you got more questions. Visits the Navi-X forums at http://navix.turner3d.net/
Here you will find the Navi-X community who can answers all your questions.
Navi-X skin issue - loki131 - 2011-01-03 17:14
Hey guys, I have been knocking around the forums for the last few days looking for the answer to my problem and I just can't find a thing on it.
In Navi-X when I go to download content the download dialog box is inheriting the font color from my xbmc skin (Alaska Revisited Mod) so I have black text on a black background... What I'm looking for is the xml file that controls the download dialog box so I can set a different font color.
I am running xbmc 10.0 with the Alaska Revisited Mod skin and Navi-X 3.5.3 on a win7 x64 machine.
Thanks in advance for your help!
Navi-X For Xbox XBMC - devlin016 - 2011-01-04 17:37
I Downloaded and installed the lasted version of navi-x but it doesnt seem to load it just says loading directory and doesnt go any farther i look at my log and it says cant load settings.xml any help would be nice
Quote:11:20:49 M: 57344000 NOTICE: -----------------------------------------------------------------------
- tikkiew - 2011-01-05 17:32
@devlin016 it is not a plugin, but a script. Put it into your script folder.
- tikkiew - 2011-01-05 17:45
loki131 Wrote:Hey guys, I have been knocking around the forums for the last few days looking for the answer to my problem and I just can't find a thing on it.
I posted the issue on Navi-X googlecode Issue 60. Although I am not sure if this should be fixed on Navi-X or Alaska.
- loki131 - 2011-01-05 22:00
I've been talking with some of the guys on the navi-x forum and I think its using xbmc to create the contextual popups (the style matches my skin). The funny bit is that the actual contextual menu works just fine, it has a semi transparent background that makes all the text readable so I am trying to track down that window so I can carry that style forward on the others. I have a sneaking suspicion its going to be a lot of trial and error unless someone has a listing of what numerical values goes with what window... that would be very handy!
How do you install this thing? - jason4207 - 2011-01-14 20:20
tikkiew Wrote:@devlin016 it is not a plugin, but a script. Put it into your script folder.
This is where I get confused. Where is the "scripts" folder? Online it says it's at C:\Program Files\XBMC\, but I don't see a scripts folder there (I'm on Windows 7 x64, so I went to the Programs (x86) folder). I created a scripts folder at C:\Program Files (x86)\XBMC\scripts, and placed the extracted Navi-X folder into it. But then how do I run the script? Instructions online say to go to the main menu and go to scripts. I don't see that anywhere. I see Videos, Movies, TV Shows, Music, Pictures, Weather, and Settings. And when I try to adjust the skin options for what to show in the Main Menu I see nothing related to scripts anywhere, so I assume I'm not just hiding it from myself. The only thing I can find related to scripts is under settings->skin settings and then there is a script sub-menu, but nothing there allows me to run a script.
I also see some "script" folders in C:\Program Files (x86)\XBMC\addons; script.module.pil, script.module.pysqlite, script.recentlyadded, script.rss.editor. Are these where I need to put the files?
I'm on Windows 7 x64 w/ the 10.0 XBMC release running the Transparency skin (but I also tried it w/ Confluence).
Edit: Nevermind...got it working.
I left the downloaded zip file in zip format and did the "Install from Zip File" option in the add-ons option menu. Then I added "Programs" and the "Program Add-ons" sub-menu to the main menu using the skin options.
- tikkiew - 2011-01-14 21:08
@jason4207 I see you figured it out. What I told to devlin016 was instructions for Navi-X For Xbox XBMC. Hence the confusion.
- faseman7 - 2011-01-16 17:48
hi, when i go to navi-x most of the movies come up with "playback failed, one or more items failed to play". never had a problem before this week and i had it 12 months. please help