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seg7 Offline
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Post: #1
Love the new adding Custom Items to the Home.
But i have a problem ... ordering them...

it shows:
Custom Item 1 (Movies, hidden original Movies)
Videos
Custom Item 2 (TV Shows, hidden original TV Shows)
Music
Custom Item 3 (Anime Movies)
Custom Item 4 (Anime Shows)
Pictures
Weather
Settings

i would like to put it:
Custom Item 1 (Movies, hidden original Movies)
Custom Item 2 (TV Shows, hidden original TV Shows)
Custom Item 3 (Anime Movies)
Custom Item 4 (Anime Shows)
Videos
Music
Pictures
Weather
Settings

is it possible to get it? ohhh and setting the focus on starting xbmc on the first Item (Custom Item 1)

Anyway guys awesome work!!!!
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Post: #2
1. Re-order the items in Include_HomeDefault.xml

2. Not possible at this time.
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seg7 Offline
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Many thanks Hitcher, always a great help. *Thumbs Up*
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Post: #4
I'm only find the original home items,
where are the custom items located?

i suppose i need to mess around this area right?
Code:
<content>
                <item id="1">
                    <onclick>ActivateWindow(Programs,Addons,return)</onclick>
                    <label>$LOCALIZE[40029]</label>
                    <icon>special://skin/extras/backdrops/addons/addons.jpg</icon>
                    <thumb>$INFO[Skin.String(CustomPrograms)]</thumb>
                    <visible>!Skin.HasSetting(NoPrograms)</visible>
                </item>
                <item id="2">
                    <onclick>PlayDVD()</onclick>
                    <label>341</label>
                    <icon>special://skin/extras/backdrops/videos/videos.jpg</icon>
                    <thumb>$INFO[Skin.String(CustomVideos)]</thumb>
                    <visible>System.HasMediaDVD + !Skin.HasSetting(NoVideos)</visible>
                </item>
                <item id="2">
                    <onclick>ActivateWindow(VideoFiles)</onclick>
                    <label>3</label>
                    <icon>special://skin/extras/backdrops/videos/videos.jpg</icon>
                    <thumb>$INFO[Skin.String(CustomVideos)]</thumb>
                    <visible>!System.HasMediaDVD + !Skin.HasSetting(NoVideos)</visible>
                </item>
                <item id="3">
                    <onclick>ActivateWindow(MusicLibrary,albums,return)</onclick>
                    <label>2</label>
                    <icon>special://skin/extras/backdrops/music/music.jpg</icon>
                    <thumb>$INFO[Skin.String(CustomMusic)]</thumb>
                    <visible>!Skin.HasSetting(NoMusic)</visible>
                </item>
                <item id="4">
                    <onclick>ActivateWindow(MyVideoLibrary,movietitles,return)</onclick>
                    <label>342</label>
                    <icon>special://skin/extras/backdrops/movies/movies.jpg</icon>
                    <thumb>$INFO[Skin.String(CustomMovies)]</thumb>
                    <visible>!Skin.HasSetting(NoMovies)</visible>
                </item>
                <item id="5">
                    <onclick>ActivateWindow(MyVideoLibrary,tvshowtitles,return)</onclick>
                    <label>20343</label>
                    <icon>special://skin/extras/backdrops/tvshows/tvshows.jpg</icon>
                    <thumb>$INFO[Skin.String(CustomTVShows)]</thumb>
                    <visible>!Skin.HasSetting(NoTVShows)</visible>
                </item>
                <item id="6">
                    <onclick>ActivateWindow(Pictures)</onclick>
                    <label>1</label>
                    <icon>special://skin/extras/backdrops/pictures/pictures.jpg</icon>
                    <thumb>$INFO[Skin.String(CustomPictures)]</thumb>
                    <visible>!Skin.HasSetting(NoPictures)</visible>
                </item>
                <item id="7">
                    <onclick>ActivateWindow(weather)</onclick>
                    <label>8</label>
                    <icon>special://skin/extras/backdrops/weather/weather.jpg</icon>
                    <thumb>$INFO[Skin.String(CustomWeather)]</thumb>
                    <visible>!Skin.HasSetting(NoWeather) + !Skin.HasSetting(HomeWeather)</visible>
                </item>
                <item id="7">
                    <onclick>ActivateWindow(weather)</onclick>
                    <label>$LOCALIZE[40157] $INFO[Window(Weather).Property(Current.Temperature)]$INFO[System.TemperatureUnits]</label>
                    <icon>special://skin/extras/backdrops/weather/weather.jpg</icon>
                    <thumb>special://skin/extras/weather/$INFO[Window(Weather).Property(Current.FanartCode)]</thumb>
                    <visible>!Skin.HasSetting(NoWeather) + Skin.HasSetting(HomeWeather)</visible>
                </item>
                <item id="8">
                    <onclick>ActivateWindow(settings)</onclick>
                    <label>5</label>
                    <icon>special://skin/extras/backdrops/settings/settings.jpg</icon>
                    <thumb>$INFO[Skin.String(CustomSettings)]</thumb>
                    <visible>!Skin.HasSetting(NoSettings)</visible>
                </item>
            </content>
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Post: #5
That looks like an older version.
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seg7 Offline
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Post: #6
My mistake, was browsing an old userdata folder.... fixed now thanks for your help!
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