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- dondre - 2010-12-06 21:56

[Image: capturecr0.jpg]

And this is how it should behave;
From left to right;

- resolution
- ratio
- video codec
- audio codec
- source type
- subtitle
- MPAA rating
- studio
- trailer

Just my 2 cents as info Smile


- blu3ice - 2010-12-07 19:47

Why did you change the design of the infobuttons?
I liked the borderless version much better. No


- dondre - 2010-12-07 19:51

blu3ice Wrote:Why did you change the design of the infobuttons?
I liked the borderless version much better. No

And IMHO I find them WAY better the way they look now!

ronie redesigned them from scratch and they do integrate in T! concept way better Big Grin

As ronie use to say, can't make everybody happy at the same time Wink


- ronie - 2010-12-07 19:59

blu3ice Wrote:Why did you change the design of the infobuttons?

by popular demand... ;-)


- JustinAiken - 2010-12-07 20:06

I like the new ones better

Now that we have a NR anyways Wink


- jpf55 - 2010-12-07 20:10

I agree, the uniformity of new icons add an additional touch of class to T!

@ronie, you never answered me about the photoshop files, are they available?

Also, since I can't look inside the Textures.xbt, can you tell me which files are part of it.
I thought they were all included until I removed all the folders from media and POUF, weather icons were gone...
Thanks


- dondre - 2010-12-07 20:14

Yeah that and also the fact that now we have 8 buttons fixed for ANY movie in the library either you have the info available or not which keeps things structured in a fixed way (before if you had not the info some mediaflags were not shown).

Two thumbs up for this redesign!

Ronie,

I was wondering btw what you would think of showing the clock in the library view in the top right corner near the trailer icon,

I use a lot to check the clock in my XBMC and have to get back to the root to check it out... just an idea! Smile

cheers


- ronie - 2010-12-07 20:25

jpf55 Wrote:I agree, the uniformity of new icons add an additional touch of class to T!

@ronie, you never answered me about the photoshop files, are they available?

i'm not using photoshop, but the gimp.
not sure if photoshop supports .xcf files?

jpf55 Wrote:Also, since I can't look inside the Textures.xbt, can you tell me which files are part of it.
I thought they were all included until I removed all the folders from media and POUF, weather icons were gone...

in the current addon version of the skin, the weather icons are not inside the textures file/media folder.
in the next version (and currently in svn) they are.


- ronie - 2010-12-07 20:26

dondre Wrote:I was wondering btw what you would think of showing the clock in the library view in the top right corner near the trailer icon

will add it to my todo list. :-)


- blu3ice - 2010-12-07 20:49

ronie Wrote:by popular demand... ;-)

hehe, okay.

I might just need to get used to it Wink.


Another question ;-)...
I just found the "Logo Downloader Script". (http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid=74912)
In the first post something like that is supported by T!.
But how do I activate it? Do I need to install an Addon for that?


- jpf55 - 2010-12-07 21:59

ronie Wrote:i'm not using photoshop, but the gimp.
not sure if photoshop supports .xcf files?

I have Gimp installed and Gimp can export to .psd so I could convert all of them for use in Photoshop. Gimp seems to have a batch mode in command line but it seems a little out of my league. In any case I could convert all the files even if one by one to the photoshop format. It would help in creating multiple themes.


- dondre - 2010-12-08 01:17

jpf55 Wrote:I have Gimp installed and Gimp can export to .psd so I could convert all of them for use in Photoshop. Gimp seems to have a batch mode in command line but it seems a little out of my league. In any case I could convert all the files even if one by one to the photoshop format. It would help in creating multiple themes.

Or there are plugins allowing Adobe's products to read eXperimental Computing Facility file format on the fly Wink


- jpf55 - 2010-12-08 01:25

dondre Wrote:Or there are plugins allowing Adobe's products to read eXperimental Computing Facility file format on the fly Wink

I haven't found them yet... help would be nice. keep in mind I'm on a Mac


- dondre - 2010-12-08 01:35

jpf55 Wrote:I haven't found them yet... help would be nice. keep in mind I'm on a Mac

My bad, nevermind what I said, you're absolutely right after a quick dig it seems that the easiest way is to convert whatever gimp xcf file you need to work with in photoshop... Can't seem to find a free photoshop mac version plugin anywhere Sad


- ronie - 2010-12-08 15:49

jpf55 Wrote:It would help in creating multiple themes.

i seriously doubt they'll be of any help, but hey...i don't mind making them available.

these are provided 'as is', i can't guarantee they are complete and up to date.
feel free to use in any way you like, just don't ask for any kind of support on this...

http://transparency-xbmc.googlecode.com/files/sources.zip