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[THREAD CLOSED] Maximinimalism V1.0.6 (Gotham)
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DISCLAIMER: This skin is for Gotham builds only. Please do not post bug reports if you are running a Frodo build

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Maximinimalism is a skin for XBMC Gotham that focuses on three things: simplicity, clarity and speed.

Features
  • Revised and simplified navigation / content structure, optimised for living room-based HTPC / remote setups.
  • Very lightweight, very fast. Ideal for Raspberry Pi / lower power builds and for heavy users with large media libraries.
  • Skin is designed specifically to be fully functional with an 8 button remote.
  • Customisable menu items for music / video sections, providing quick access to external content addons.
  • PVR support for TV and Radio.
  • Artist slideshow addon support for the music visualization is built in (you will need the addon of course – I recommend it).

New from V1.0.5
  • Fully integrated and skinned support for the Rom Collection Browser addon. Retroplayer ready!!
  • Cyrillic font support

Download
Maximinimalism is available for download via the XBMC.org repo (Gotham). For the latest builds, download from GIT:
#2
Nice one, lovely concept. Keep it up, going to give it a try this evening.
#3
I like your design philosophy - nice to see I'm not alone Smile
My skins:

Amber
Quartz

#4
Thanks both :-)
#5
it looks cleanSmile i like it
#6
Love the theme but do you plan on putting on screen controls so you can change subtitles, sub delay, time bar, etc..?

Also have you considered something like this, I know its your skin but I've tried editing skins and it's way over my head. I think it would be a better fit than having thumbnail and tv show name again.

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#7
Ah, I usually press the ok button on my remote to bring up those controls, I don't use info which is why I didn't think to use it.

This is my daily driver now, that was the only thing that was stopping me from using it.

Would prefer it if synopsis was there but I understand why it's not.

Look forward seeing updates to this.
#8
This looks promising. I'll have to test this on my Raspberry PI.
#9
Great stuff!

(2013-08-09, 13:37)TheLegendOfMart Wrote: Ah, I usually press the ok button on my remote to bring up those controls, I don't use info which is why I didn't think to use it.

This is my daily driver now, that was the only thing that was stopping me from using it.

Would prefer it if synopsis was there but I understand why it's not.

Look forward seeing updates to this.

Great stuff - i'm really pleased you like it.
#10
Nu7s - let me know how you get on with the Pi.

Got to get me one of those things :-)
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(2013-08-09, 15:21)thedeadman Wrote: Nu7s - let me know how you get on with the Pi.

Got to get me one of those things :-)

Location: Bristol.
Wow, you must be the only Brit without one. Big Grin
#12
Cheers Balinus, will be fixed in the next update (ditto the lack of scrolling on the description I just noticed)
#13
Updated today: OSD fixes and episode view content
#14
Tried it on my Raspberry PI today and I love it! It's a great skin that runs very well on the RPI.

However, I would also like to see the menu when pressing the OK button. I have a pretty basic remote without an "I" button and no experience in remapping buttons on a remote.

Keep up te good work!
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mind adding it to our skin-testing/dev repo? Will also give you a broaeder audience for testing and a convenient way for users to install and test it Smile
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