ListItem.IsResumable problem. ???
#16
Newest nightly, still same problem. Some shows show, some dont. I cant find a common factor between them all.
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#17
@pieh:
Yes I know it's a boolean, but it won't work. Right now I use:
Code:
<control type="label">
          <posx>0</posx>
          <posy>115</posy>
          <height>13</height>
          <width>200</width>
          <font>Font_Reg17</font>
          <textcolor>white</textcolor>
          <label fallback="312577">$INFO[ListItem.Duration,, $LOCALIZE[12391]]</label>
          <visible>SubString(ListItem.PercentPlayed,0,left)</visible>
        </control>
        <control type="label">
          <posx>0</posx>
          <posy>115</posy>
          <height>13</height>
          <width>200</width>
          <font>Font_Reg17</font>
          <textcolor>white</textcolor>
          <label fallback="312577">$INFO[ListItem.Duration,, $LOCALIZE[12391]][COLOR abFFFFFF]$INFO[ListItem.PercentPlayed, (,%)][/COLOR]</label>
          <visible>!SubString(ListItem.PercentPlayed,0,left)</visible>
        </control>

But I want to use this:
Code:
<control type="label">
          <posx>0</posx>
          <posy>115</posy>
          <height>13</height>
          <width>200</width>
          <font>Font_Reg17</font>
          <textcolor>white</textcolor>
          <label fallback="312577">$INFO[ListItem.Duration,, $LOCALIZE[12391]]</label>
          <visible>!ListItem.IsResumable</visible>
        </control>
        <control type="label">
          <posx>0</posx>
          <posy>115</posy>
          <height>13</height>
          <width>200</width>
          <font>Font_Reg17</font>
          <textcolor>white</textcolor>
          <label fallback="312577">$INFO[ListItem.Duration,, $LOCALIZE[12391]][COLOR abFFFFFF]$INFO[ListItem.PercentPlayed, (,%)][/COLOR]</label>
          <visible>ListItem.IsResumable</visible>
        </control>
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#18
Working and updating for me. OS X, today's build.

Code:
<control type="image">
            <visible>!ListItem.IsResumable</visible>
            <posx>1r</posx>
            <posy>44</posy>
            <height>18</height>
            <width>18</width>
            <texture>$INFO[ListItem.Overlay]</texture>
            <aspectratio>keep</aspectratio>
        </control>

EDIT: I'm not using ListItem.PercentPlayed if that matters somehow.
My skins:

Amber
Quartz

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#19
Right now it's always returning false, whereas when I first reported it didn't return true or false.
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#20
are you using this inside a list or outside?

no idea if it makes a difference, but it might explain why it works for some and doesn't for others...
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#21
Mine is outside list.
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#22
Then you have to use Container(id).ListItem.isResumable. Just ListItem.isResumable might not work.
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#23
@Big_Noid
I just updated your skin to master and see there is ResumePoint used, but don't know which view / extra setting to use and don't have really time to check to code to figure it out. Could You point to right skin setup?
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#24
That would be inconsistent as listitem.isfolder works just fine, but I'll give it a go.

EDIT: It does indeed work with the Container(xx). added.

EDIT2: While it works with container(xx) added, this is far from ideal. I use the same code for 4 views, so it really isn't an option to add container(xx). Any change this can work like listitem.isfolder?
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#25
I'll update master with the listitem.resumable in a minute. The code is used in showcase view with infopanel fanart layout. It's supposed to show behind the duration.
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#26
ronie Wrote:are you using this inside a list or outside?

no idea if it makes a difference, but it might explain why it works for some and doesn't for others...

I am inside a list.
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#27
@Big_Noid:
You can use Container.ListItem.IsResumable (omitting ID is fine if You are in video/music/picture navigation window)

@igotdvds:
those items that doesn't get are always same items? if yes - would You mind sharing Your database file or doing some doing some sql queries?
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#28
pieh Wrote:@Big_Noid:
You can use Container.ListItem.IsResumable (omitting ID is fine if You are in video/music/picture navigation window)
This makes no sense to me, why add container if you don't specify the id? But if it works i don't mind Smile I hate to use substring visibility's
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#29
XBMC uses the current container if there's no ID.
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#30
Yeah, but it's supposed to do that also (and does with almost everything else) if the container bit is left out.
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