A Little Code Help - Wall Layout
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i want the size of the focused poster to be extra large as shown below, which is easy to do, but how do i make it so the extra large focused poster overlaps the unfocused posters below it, in the the same manner it overlaps the unfocused posters above it? thanks!

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#2
See exemple in my code here :

https://github.com/Guilouz/repository.gu...Picker.xml
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#3
(2017-03-28, 12:18)Guilouz Wrote: See exemple in my code here :

https://github.com/Guilouz/repository.gu...Picker.xml
thank you very much for your reply, greatly appreciated...

i played around with your code but couldn't get it to do what i wanted, which is have the focused poster overlap everything it touches...... i'm assuming it's the focusedlayout code i need to play with, at least that's what i messed around with...

here's my current focusedlayout code:

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<focusedlayout width="310" height="486">
<control type="group">
<depth>DepthContentPopout</depth>
<left>68</left>
<top>10</top>
<animation type="Focus"><effect type="zoom" start="100" end="150" time="200" tween="sine" easing="inout" center="230,200" />
</animation>
<animation type="Unfocus"><effect type="zoom" start="150" end="100" time="200" tween="sine" easing="inout" center="230,200" />
</animation>
<include content="InfoWallMovieLayout">
<param name="focused" value="true" />
</include>
</control>
</focusedlayout>

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here's your code, which i tried to get to work with my includes_home.xml file....

<focusedlayout height="60" width="90">
<control type="group">
<animation effect="zoom" time="300" tween="sine" easing="inout" start="100" end="164" center="auto">Focus</animation>
<control type="image">
<width>90</width>
<height>60</height>
<texture colordiffuse="ff242424" border="5">colors/white.png</texture>
</control>
<control type="image">
<posx>4</posx>
<posy>4</posy>
<width>82</width>
<height>52</height>
<texture>$INFO[ListItem.Icon]</texture>
</control>
</control>
</focusedlayout>
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#4
also guilouz, since you clearly know your way around kodi code, how can i get background fanart to fill the screen for the custom widgets i created, the same way it does for built-in widgets such as:

<include content="WidgetListPoster">
<param name="content_path" value="videodb://movies/sets/"/>

the widgets i created (custom rows for the movie main page) work just fine, except that when i focus on a poster it doesn't trigger background wallpaper for the selected poster, the background remains dark, that and the fact that i can't get a poster to overlap the poster below it as mentioned at the start of this thread... here's an example of one of my custom widgets:

home.xml file:

<include content="WidgetListPoster">
<param name="content_path" value="special://skin/playlists/family_movies.xsp"/>
<param name="widget_target" value="videos"/>
<param name="sortby" value="random"/>
<param name="list_id" value="5227"/>
</include>

family_movies.xsp file:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes" ?>
<smartplaylist type="movies">
<name>Family movies</name>
<match>all</match>
<rule field="genre" operator="contains">
<value>Family</value>
</rule>
<limit>0</limit>
<!-- <order direction="descending">random</order> -->
</smartplaylist>
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#5
(2017-03-28, 12:18)Guilouz Wrote: See exemple in my code here :

https://github.com/Guilouz/repository.gu...Picker.xml
can you help me understand how to overlap the posters in the background? can't quite figure it out from the code you linked to.... thanks!
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#6
(2017-03-28, 03:03)aeneas1 Wrote: i want the size of the focused poster to be extra large as shown below, which is easy to do, but how do i make it so the extra large focused poster overlaps the unfocused posters below it, in the the same manner it overlaps the unfocused posters above it? thanks!

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you have it wrong you will need a fresh copy of View_500_Wall.xml

it is done with zoom

look for
<animation effect="zoom" start="100" end="110" time="200" tween="sine" easing="inout" center="160,300">Focus</animation>
<animation effect="zoom" start="110" end="100" time="200" tween="sine" easing="inout" center="160,300">UnFocus</animation>

you may need to play around with it to find the right size but some thing like 160 works
<animation effect="zoom" start="100" end="160" time="200" tween="sine" easing="inout" center="160,300">Focus</animation>
<animation effect="zoom" start="160" end="100" time="200" tween="sine" easing="inout" center="160,300">UnFocus</animation>

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