(2012-05-08 23:29)denz13 Wrote: Strange thing I've noticed though, when I set the exe up within autolauncher and leave %rom% in the arguements section, it uses this as the folder name for the movie rip. I'm guessing there may be an arguement I can enter here that would automatically pickup the DVD Volume name i.e STEP_BROTHERS?I think it will be possible to do this by creating a small autoit script : http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/docs...tLabel.htm
(2012-05-09 03:46)shanndogg Wrote: I am using the Xperience 1080 skin and when you click on the "Games" button in the applications screen, it prompts you to set up Advanced Launcher. I did this by setting up a few emulators, game folders, artwork, etc. I then created some additional buttons to launch system specific games (like SNES, MAME, etc.) by adding them to favorites.Advanced Launcher is not specifically dedicated for games. It make no difference between application (game, www browser,comic or pdf viewer, etc... ). Using the XBMC favourites support you can create shortcuts to :
After doing this, I would have thought that when I select the "Games" button it would take me to game specific folders/items, but it shows the entire list of launch-able items I created with Advanced Launcher instead of just my games (or game related material). For example, it shows my emulator/games folders as well as the launcher for Chrome (internet browser), and whatever else I set Advanced Launcher up to launch. Is there a way to fix this so it only offers game specific choices when going into "games" or does that button simply operate as a way to access advanced launcher and everything you set up in it?
I also asked this in the Xperience forum, but responses seem few and far between.
- the complete Advanced Launcher content.
- a specfic launcher (stand-alone of files launchers)
- or a specific item (used by files launchers)
Actually the way you can bypass this is to duplicate the advanced launcher add-on (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gMFJcxdcEg). By doing this you can use one version of Advanced Launcher only for Games (and so point the Game skin shortcut to this version) and a second version of Advanced Launcher only for your other applications.