Design Flaws / Missing Features - Printable Version
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- JohnVee - 2011-06-29 04:22
stoli Wrote:This should be fixed now...
Thank you stoli, that fixed it!
- keithn - 2011-06-29 07:37
How do you get these new updates?
Does XBMC do it automatically or do I have to download something?
- stoli - 2011-06-29 13:41
keithn Wrote:How do you get these new updates?
The latest versions require you to use a nightly build of xbmc. As for where to get them, the easiest method is to install the Passion Repository and the skin will be updated as I update.
- BEWBTUBE - 2011-07-01 08:38
What happened to the MultiPlex view for movies?
- stoli - 2011-07-01 13:10
BEWBTUBE Wrote:What happened to the MultiPlex view for movies?
Looks like I have a typo somewhere. I'll get it fixed in the next few hours.
- matatr0n - 2011-07-01 18:29
Is this a known bug? XBMC nightly + neon svn
- stoli - 2011-07-01 19:01
Good catch. Fixed and pushed.
Set Content - smilerz - 2011-07-04 21:52
Using the linux nightly built on 7/4 and Neon SVN 'Set Content' doesn't seem to work. the 'this folder contains' dialogue has no options.
- stoli - 2011-07-04 22:05
That looks to be an issue with the nightly and not the skin. What happens in Confluence?
- The_Dogg - 2011-07-05 21:12
I recently switched my TV Shows view to Landscape and I also set in the skin settings to use landscape.jpg, so I get the landscape.jpg instead of the poster.jpg in this view.
the problem is with the watched flag overlay, it appears behind the genres and studio image.
I don't have a screenshot of the problem (I will try to make one tonight if I dont get home too late) as I am at work.
oh and that is using the official skin from the repo.
I recently switched from a nightly xbmc on win 7 to 10.1 on openelec. maybe this has been fixed already in the svn (not sure which one I should be using now, getting a little confused)