I guess I should clarify... Download. Extract all the files to their own folder. Put that folder in the scripts folder. Then go to Scripts in XBMC, find the folder and open it, run the default.py there.
I haven't actually ran this....
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2010-02-04 21:30 Post: #41
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2010-02-04 21:37 Post: #42
thanks again for your help, like a nuckelhead i tried to put this in the XBMC main vs putting it under userdata. once i did that i was able to get the option in scripts. tried running controls don't seem to work though. i guess i miss read the thread but i was under the impression this was going to be like a screen saver or visualization vs having to be something that you would have to manually run. iether way i like where it is going hope this keeps on making progress.
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