Shade: Official Release Thread - Printable Version
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- butchabay - 2010-07-27 21:59
igotdvds Wrote:As addressed earlier, custom Home Icons wont be possible due to them needing an icon.
Maybe an option to disable icons, so you'll have just "movies" "tv shows" etc.
- dave77 - 2010-07-27 22:08
igotdvds Wrote:I hate this too, but I cant fix it. Anyone?
I can live with it, added Videos so I can access the iPlayer addon so that evens it up again.
Is there a quicker way to access add-ons from the homepage, eg iPlayer, at the moment it's Videos > Video Add-ons > IPlayer. I want this to be woman proof Can you assign add-ons to homepage icons somehow?
- igotdvds - 2010-07-27 22:49
dave77 Wrote:I can live with it, added Videos so I can access the iPlayer addon so that evens it up again.
- dave77 - 2010-07-27 23:01
- igotdvds - 2010-07-27 23:04
dave77 Wrote:Looks good
Now let me clarify, the three choices will not be customizable. It will be three that I have to hardcode.
- dave77 - 2010-07-27 23:51
No probs, is it something that I can change myself in the code? I'm a coder by day but never looked at xbmc code before
- steve1977 - 2010-07-31 06:48
igotdvds Wrote:Yes, we will have to track down the best "option" that is free then we are going to add it. I hope to do this within the next week or two.
Any news on bringing Shade to the repo. Would really broaden user base and also allow auto-updates. Thanks.
- chareos - 2010-08-03 08:43
I guess this is not compatible with xbmc 9.11 ? (in the skin menu Shade stays grayed)
(I guess how stable is the nowadays daily xbmc build on linux... I'll look around)
- igotdvds - 2010-08-03 15:24
chareos Wrote:I guess this is not compatible with xbmc 9.11 ? (in the skin menu Shade stays grayed)
It most certainly should be.
- dave77 - 2010-08-03 15:31
Up to 1.0.5 worked on 9.11 for me, 1.0.6 didn't