Weather 'FanArt' in Horizonz - change weather backdrops based on weather condition? - Printable Version
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- proctor - 2009-01-15 19:26
Yeah I tried both / and \ with no success.
- PinkMargera - 2009-01-15 19:42
Just installed it and it works like a charm. Thanks Cranial and Imprezza!
- ImpreZa - 2009-01-15 20:01
No problem. But don´t thank me, thank Cranial for the original code and Team XBMC for making it possible.
- sickboy719 - 2009-01-16 00:42
Thanks for the tips here.
This is awesome. Wife doesn't get it though. "Open a f'ing window" she says.
Bet she'll be pissed when a picture of her pops up next time it's "frigid".
- Cranial - 2009-01-16 09:12
proctor Wrote:This doesn't seem to work with linux paths.
Only the latest xbmc for xbox has the code pulled from svn, so not sure if linux version has it yet. You have the latest?
- hikaricore - 2009-01-16 09:15
sickboy719 Wrote:Bet she'll be pissed when a picture of her pops up next time it's "frigid".
I bet you'll be sleeping on the couch as well. ^_^
- timdog82001 - 2009-01-16 09:59
PinkMargera Wrote:Have you tried switching the "/" for "\"? Don't know if it makes any difference but why not try...
yes it does make a difference, and the one you use changes depending on whether you're using linux or whether you're using windows. It threw me off for quite a while before I figured it out.
- proctor - 2009-01-17 04:29
Cranial Wrote:Only the latest xbmc for xbox has the code pulled from svn, so not sure if linux version has it yet. You have the latest?
Well that probably explains it. I'll wait till the linux branch gets updated.
- buryourown - 2009-01-20 03:34
I'm having trouble getting this to work in the windows version of xbmc. Everything is up to date and I changed MyWeather.xml to read as follows:
Is there something im missing or has anyone even got this to work on the windows xbmc?
- timdog82001 - 2009-01-20 07:22
try getting rid of the <info> line