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some advice needed!
#1
Hey guys,

If i've got a panel 3 rows by 3 columns, is there a variation on '$INFO[ListItem.Icon]' where by i can display a copy of the icons that will sit in positions 2, 5, and 8 (where the first position is position 0)?

There's 'Container(id).Position(pos)', however wondering if that can be incorporated into or with '$INFO[ListItem.Icon]' somehow?

Cheers. Wink
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#2
Is this what you want?

Container(id).ListItem(offset).Icon
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#3
Hey Hitcher,

What would (offset) be? The panel position 2, 5, or 8? I've tried those (so Container(3020).ListItem(2).Icon) however no luck. No icon is displayed.

Cheers
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#4
Strange, works for me although it's offset from the currently focused item so you'll need to base them on container position using <visible>Container(3020).Position(0)</visible>.

Take a look at XeeBo's Includes_Default_Home to see how I do it for the dummy row.
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#5
Being the egit that i am, i forgot to include $INFO[***]...

...anyway, along with the visibility code for each position, that's done the trick.

Cheers mate. Wink
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#6
moving on slightly...

Say i scroll to the end of my 3x3 panel and there is only 1 or 2 icons on the end (positions 6 and 7), so position 8 is empty. What visibility condition could i use to hide the copy icon i have for position 8?

Basically, i have a mirror image of the lower row of 3 icons (sitting below, flipped, with a diffuse). When you scroll to the last page of the panel, if position 8 is empty, i don't want the mirror image of position 8 appearing.

I've tried IsEmpty for things like icon or title however no luck, due to using the offset. I'm thinking something like a '!IsEmpty' combing 'Container(id).Position(8)' and 'Listitem.Title'.

Cheers
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#7
An easier way to achieve that would be to simply use a mirror image control in the panel itself.

Make it visible only for the bottom row [Container(3020).Row(2)] and have it's position the same as the main image but use a slide animation so it appears below it.
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#8
(2012-04-25, 13:03)Hitcher Wrote: An easier way to achieve that would be to simply use a mirror image control in the panel itself.

Make it visible only for the bottom row [Container(3020).Row(2)] and have it's position the same as the main image but use a slide animation so it appears below it.

That Hitcher is why you are a master skinner! Big Grin Been there, seen it, done it, know it!!! Us beginners have a long way to go before we topple you!

Good man. Cheers Wink
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#9
Done! What can i say... every so often, I miss the simple solution that's staring me right in the face! Blush

Thanks again.
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#10
No problem, look forward to seeing it in action.
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