Transparency! v3.11.7 for xbmc dharma 10.1 - Printable Version
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- ronie - 2011-04-24 23:13
spicemuseum Wrote:I'm looking for a zip file of the stable
here you go:
- spicemuseum - 2011-04-25 10:51
ronie Wrote:here you go:Nice one, thanks Ronie.
- Eklar - 2011-04-27 21:58
How do I find out which version # of Transparency I have installed? It's not listed in the credits.
What is "svn version" of the skin, and how do I get it?
- jpf55 - 2011-04-27 22:00
Eklar Wrote:How do I find out which version # of Transparency I have installed? It's not listed in the credits.
Go to Settings>System Info
- Eklar - 2011-04-27 22:07
jpf55 Wrote:Go to Settings>System Info
Thanks! I have 3.11.5, so I guess the skin updates automatically.
- therealjoeblow - 2011-04-30 06:43
I have been using SVN's for the past while and had modded a few of my own images in the \media folder and some of its subfolders. Now with 3.11.5 and the packed textures, is there a simple way that I can replace those few default images with my modded files, without having to get all of the media images from the SVN, and then risking some incompatibilities with the release version? (I can't use the SVN itself anymore since I'm still using DSPlayer and it's based on an older Dharma compatible trunk...)
The REAL Joe
- ronie - 2011-04-30 13:22
therealjoeblow Wrote:Hello Ronnie,
there's a dharma branch on T! svn.
if you checkout the images from there,
you should be pretty safe.
- therealjoeblow - 2011-04-30 19:16
Thanks, I'll give that a try. I'm guessing there's no way for me just to put my own modded images into some magic folder structure and have those few override what's in textures.xbt?
- ronie - 2011-05-01 13:51
therealjoeblow Wrote:Thanks, I'll give that a try. I'm guessing there's no way for me just to put my own modded images into some magic folder structure and have those few override what's in textures.xbt?
nope, xbmc first checks Textures.xbt for images,
if they're not available there, it'll look for images outside the textures file.
- master345 - 2011-05-05 02:36