[RELEASE] Rapier 2.0 - Printable Version
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- xbs08 - 2009-10-03 18:25
I'm having some problems when pressing reload skin and system info, do guys experience the same?
For those that want movies as the focused item on home screen (videos must be hidden or else videos will be the focused item), just edit this section of home.xml to loo like this:
- wannabegt4 - 2009-10-03 19:53
wannabegt4 Wrote:XBOX SVN 23281
Figured out this is a problem with mplayer as anything being played by DVDPlayer shows the media flags. Anyway to have the drop down info pull the media flag info from the database instead of the player?
- ultra2d - 2009-10-03 22:57
Cimi Wrote:Thanks... I just like to have two features for the next release:I would like that too! Although my default would be TV shows.
- scarfa - 2009-10-03 23:24
Cimi Wrote:Thanks... I just like to have two features for the next release:
Play DVD is there it's in the shutdown menu. It only shows when there is a DVD of course.
- scarfa - 2009-10-03 23:26
ck_xbmc Wrote:Thanx for the latest version (2.0).
Your settings should stay, since it resides in the userdata folder.
- Feanor - 2009-10-03 23:28
Hi Scarfa, great skin! this is now my default skin for my xbox, it looks great and works like a charm!
I have only one request... a list info view for tv shows with posters instead of wide icons... can we have that? pleeeeease?
- scarfa - 2009-10-03 23:30
xbs08 Wrote:One request scarfa, could you add finish time to video fulscreen info?
It should be there, or do you mean the amount of minutes remaining until the movie ends.
- scarfa - 2009-10-03 23:31
Feanor Wrote:Hi Scarfa, great skin! this is now my default skin for my xbox, it looks great and works like a charm!
- igotdvds - 2009-10-04 00:12
How about a view that includes the bottom bar from "fanart" view but instead is for tv shows and accepts 16:9 images?
- Cimi - 2009-10-04 01:45
scarfa Wrote:Play DVD is there it's in the shutdown menu. It only shows when there is a DVD of course.
having the play button next to the eject symbol in the top right corner too?
- ck_xbmc - 2009-10-04 06:00
scarfa Wrote:Your settings should stay, since it resides in the userdata folder.
It did not stay. For example I had multiple background images defined under Version 1.6. When I installed Version 2.0 of the skin the backgounds disappeared.
Looking into "..\XBMC\userdata\guisettings.xml" I can see seperate settings for "Rapier1.6" and "Rapier2.0". IMHO, this looks like the reason.
I am on Windows 7 RC 64 bit Build 7100.
- xbs08 - 2009-10-04 11:06
scarfa Wrote:It should be there, or do you mean the amount of minutes remaining until the movie ends.
I mean the hour that the video will end, not the remaining minutes.
EDIT: Noticed that there isn't a DialogBusy.xml.
I wish there was one for xbox users is better to see "working... please wait!" than looking at a black screen.
- Feanor - 2009-10-04 18:01
I went ahead and modified this myself, I just copied the movies layout to the tv shows layout, and also the tv show information dialog. I didn't know how to add a skin setting and all that, so maybe this is not so useful to you, but well, just in case, here it is:
I also changed the list info view for music adding album reviews and artist bio.
- scarfa - 2009-10-04 21:22
ck_xbmc Wrote:It did not stay. For example I had multiple background images defined under Version 1.6. When I installed Version 2.0 of the skin the backgounds disappeared.
Try getting rid of all the Rapier2.0 entries then rename all Rapier1.6 entries to Rapier2.0
- raynerape - 2009-10-04 21:23
I like almost all the new changes and additions to Rapier except the sound effects for choosing menu options and exiting a menu. The sound for choosing menu options sounds like a broken WAV, too sharp, too loud - a substitude would be most welcome. Also, moving up and down a list would benefit from a a soft clicking sound.