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Release Skin XML Converter + Formatter
#46
Using phil65's 'skin xml converter' don't notice the error below:

includes.xml: Invalid Value for //control[@type='textbox']/*: scroll

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#47
It is not (anymore?) listed as option for textbox
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#48
Wiki says autoscroll. is scroll also valid atm? i didn´t test, just went through the wiki.
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#49
(2013-02-17, 06:37)phil65 Wrote: Wiki says autoscroll. is scroll also valid atm? i didn´t test, just went through the wiki.

Cool tool, never tried it thinking it was just a 720 to 1080 converter...

Anyways I just put <Autoscroll>false</Autoscroll> in default.xml and deleted them all
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#50
(2013-02-17, 06:37)phil65 Wrote: Wiki says autoscroll. is scroll also valid atm? i didn´t test, just went through the wiki.

one thing i noticed is, it reports 'colordiffuse' as an invalid value for progress controls.
according to the wiki, colordiffuse is valid for all controls.

a big thanx from me too, for such a great tool!
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#51
Yep ditto from me - really good tool
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#52
(2013-02-17, 12:54)ronie Wrote:
(2013-02-17, 06:37)phil65 Wrote: Wiki says autoscroll. is scroll also valid atm? i didn´t test, just went through the wiki.

one thing i noticed is, it reports 'colordiffuse' as an invalid value for progress controls.
according to the wiki, colordiffuse is valid for all controls.

a big thanx from me too, for such a great tool!

sure you didn´t try an outdated version?
colordiffuse isn´t valid for label / textbox / list / group controls and some more. Wink
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#53
Every control has the default control tags and colordiffuse is one of them. That doesn't mean that it does anything in a label control or a list container but it's not invalid.
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#54
(2013-02-17, 19:33)phil65 Wrote: sure you didn´t try an outdated version?

v1.1 to be precise :-)
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#55
(2013-02-17, 19:42)`Black Wrote: Every control has the default control tags and colordiffuse is one of them. That doesn't mean that it does anything in a label control or a list container but it's not invalid.

then we could also say that every xml tag is valid which would make that check kind of pointless.
aim is to clean all controls from stuff which does not have any sense. controldiffuse for labels just confuses and clutters the xmls.

(2013-02-17, 19:46)ronie Wrote:
(2013-02-17, 19:33)phil65 Wrote: sure you didn´t try an outdated version?

v1.1 to be precise :-)

since i do not update version number too often that doesn´t really say how up-to-date it is Wink
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#56
(2013-02-17, 20:29)phil65 Wrote:
(2013-02-17, 19:42)`Black Wrote: Every control has the default control tags and colordiffuse is one of them. That doesn't mean that it does anything in a label control or a list container but it's not invalid.

then we could also say that every xml tag is valid which would make that check kind of pointless.
aim is to clean all controls from stuff which does not have any sense. controldiffuse for labels just confuses and clutters the xmls.

(2013-02-17, 19:46)ronie Wrote:
(2013-02-17, 19:33)phil65 Wrote: sure you didn´t try an outdated version?

v1.1 to be precise :-)

since i do not update version number too often that doesn´t really say how up-to-date it is Wink
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I go along with the comment about the colordiffuse on the labels, but is definitely still valid for progress and scrollbar controls, as this is used all thru my skin and it works just fine.

As a side note, tried to check my labels and had the program throw an exception as the strings.po file was missing. Problem was I was trying to use your program to check my strings.xml file so that I could submit to transfix and thus get back a strings.po file. I don't suppose you could include support for strings.xml files?

And yes I was using the latest version Laugh (grabbed from your GIT on 17th of Feb).

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#57
Hi dudes,

just wondering,
how we can assign a dot --> • to a label without getting invalid encoded character error ?

example: $INFO[VideoPlayer.Year] • $INFO[VideoPlayer.Genre]

thanx
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#58
(2013-02-28, 21:44)butchabay Wrote: Hi dudes,

just wondering,
how we can assign a dot --> • to a label without getting invalid encoded character error ?

example: $INFO[VideoPlayer.Year] • $INFO[VideoPlayer.Genre]

thanx

when do you get that error?
crash or log entry?
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#59
Hello!

The provided link for the compiled version (.exe) leads to a 404 page... ?

Thanks!
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#60
(2013-02-28, 21:51)phil65 Wrote:
(2013-02-28, 21:44)butchabay Wrote: Hi dudes,

just wondering,
how we can assign a dot --> • to a label without getting invalid encoded character error ?

example: $INFO[VideoPlayer.Year] • $INFO[VideoPlayer.Genre]

thanx

when do you get that error?
crash or log entry?

in the log entry it says

Ungültiges Zeichen in der angegebenen Codierung. Zeile 91, Position 26.
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