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"CoverJuke" and "PictureFlow", two other ways of doing CoverFlow
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"coverJuke" and "PictureFlow", are using two other different ways of doing Cover Flow than the current method used in XBMC.

Are those methods any better (more effective/optimized) or worse (less effective/optimized) than XBMC existing code?

coverJuke
http://sourceforge.net/projects/coverjuke

PictureFlow
http://code.google.com/p/pictureflow/


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They're different.

They don't fit in with the skinning engine of XBMC which doesn't force the skinner into a particular style (well, tries not to at least!) but rather allows the skinner to create any layout they want (within the constraints of the engine).

Both of those apps force the layout into the standard coverflow layout.

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Jonathan
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