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WindowXML & Init event - DuШes - 2009-03-29 02:05

Hi All.
pls help me, i need to run python script after my skinned window loading event, defined as home.xml of the my skin.

How can i do it, i tryed to place next code into my window definition:

<window id="0">
<defaultcontrol always="true">300</defaultcontrol>
<allowoverlay>no</allowoverlay>
<oninit>XBMC.RunScript(U:\skin\My_Skin\Extras\Authentification\default.py)</oninit>

but i dont see anything.

thx
ps: i've not found the oninit or onload tag in the window xml structure (http://wiki.xbmc.org/?title=Window_Structure), but i think that is possible, am'i right?


- jmarshall - 2009-03-29 02:56

If you are using windowxml, then use the python oninit callback to do processing.

See the python documentation (see Nuka1195's sig for instance)


- Nuka1195 - 2009-03-29 06:34

here


- jpoveda - 2009-03-29 07:22

Thanks a lot.


- DuШes - 2009-03-29 09:13

Nuka1195 Wrote:here

jmarshall Wrote:If you are using windowxml, then use the python oninit callback to do processing.

See the python documentation (see Nuka1195's sig for instance)

sorry, but i don't want to run script , i need to run script from my our skin (more, i want to do it declaratively in the window XML definition), and i cannot find anything like init or init callback in the http://wiki.xbmc.org/?title=Window_Structure and http://xbmc.sourceforge.net/python-docs/xbmcgui.html documentation...

may be, are the docs in these links not actual for present? becouse i see and onInit and onFocus callbacks in here:
http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid=24839
but cannot find it in the links above showed///

ps: sorry my dreadfull english
pps: thxs a lot for your answers


- jmarshall - 2009-03-29 10:06

Easiest way in that case is to make a default control have an <onfocus> event (which runs the script, then sets focus elsewhere).


- DuШes - 2009-03-29 10:31

jmarshall Wrote:Easiest way in that case is to make a default control have an <onfocus> event (which runs the script, then sets focus elsewhere).

thx
i 've done it as it is done in the startup xml window :

<window>
<defaultcontrol always="true">10</defaultcontrol>
<allowoverlay>no</allowoverlay>

<controls>
<control type="button" id="10">
<description>Trigger</description>
<onfocus>ReplaceWindow(LoginScreen)</onfocus>
<texturenofocus>-</texturenofocus>
<texturefocus>-</texturefocus>
</control>
</controls>
</window>