[RELEASE] MediaStream v1.00 (4/12/2008) - Printable Version
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- pigheadpaul - 2009-01-24 18:59
nevermind here is the accessable link http://befantasy.com/MediaStream%20v1.00.zip
- skunkm0nkee - 2009-01-24 19:08
You are better advised to download from SVN (see the first post in this thread) and build your own release as there have been a few minor tweaks and fixes added to SVN since the zip file was uploaded.
- timdog82001 - 2009-02-07 02:42
the latest svn has a bug. When using custom multiimage backgrounds on the home screen, the left section of the default image is visible when you press select on any of the items to go to that directory
- Dudu.exe - 2009-02-08 13:01
In SVN XBMC (17586) i cant choose the Lite theme! =/
- openricky - 2009-02-08 16:54
i downloaded the SVN on friday (feb 6) and found it to not work in Ubuntu. it seems that some of the directory names have been capitalized. 'Media' for example used to be 'media' and as Linux is case sensitive, it didn't bring in any of the graphics. i manually renamed the directories and all works for me now, but looking at the SVN today, it still seems to be an issue.
- timdog82001 - 2009-02-10 10:18
timdog82001 Wrote:the latest svn has a bug. When using custom multiimage backgrounds on the home screen, the left section of the default image is visible when you press select on any of the items to go to that directory
I tried to get a screenshot to show what I mean, but no matter what it lags and doesn't take it until it's already entered the music directory. ARgh. Anyway, I've tried fresh installs of newer versions of XBMC and the latest svn of MediaStream of course and the problem persists.
- opdenkamp - 2009-02-13 13:04
I downloaded the MediaStream from SVN on Linux and it was missing all backgrounds. Found out that the directory names had the first letter uppercased and XBMC was looking for lowercased directory names. Making a couple of symlinks did the trick:
- skunkm0nkee - 2009-02-13 13:23
Unfortunately I don't have Linux so can't test this myself but the windows Build.bat is setup to build the skin with lowercase names for each of the folders (you should be building the skin before using it and not just using what you download from SVN)
If someone can post an updated version of the Linux build.sh script (which converts the folder names to lower case) then I'd be happy to add it to the SVN?
- openricky - 2009-02-13 15:08
hrmm, didn't know the SVN had to be built. i didn't see any instructions and ./configure wasn't found. maybe i missed something. will try to investigate this afternoon and report back.
- paul - 2009-02-13 17:39
You have to click on .bat file but i doubt it will do this on a linux system