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#61
Halibutt

check this site there are tonssss of logos there

http://www.customcoversdb.com/covers/thu...?album=131
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#62
Radikaltimes Wrote:Halibutt

check this site there are tonssss of logos there

http://www.customcoversdb.com/covers/thu...?album=131
Thanks for that
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#63
CAn you make this one? Image
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#64
Can anyone make one for Resident Evil Productions?
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#65
Popular one that is missing...Legendary Pictures

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#66
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#67
Here's some new ones as well as corrected ones. Anybody updates the xml file? Also, it would be better to use full names in the file, as given on IMDB.


Orion
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Studio Filmowe Kadr
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EurImages
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Magnolia Pictures
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Tristar
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WDR
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More to follow (6 images per post limit).
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#68
Legendary (correct size)
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Relativity Media
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Celador
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Abandon Entertainment
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Amblin
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#69
Here's the XML for the newest ones (since the last XML post)

Code:
                <control type="image" id="81">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/nuimage.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,Nuimage)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="81">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/millenium.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,Millenium)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="81">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/constantin.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,Constantin)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="81">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/orion.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,Orion)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="81">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/kadr.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,Studio Filmowe Kadr)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="81">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/eurimages.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,EurImages)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="81">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/magnolia.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,Magnolia)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="81">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/wdr.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,WDR)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="81">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/legendary.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,Legendary)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="81">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/celador.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,Celador)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="81">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/abandon.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,Abandon)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="81">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/amblin.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,Amblin)</visible>
                </control>

edit: there is already a tristar logo.
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#70
stagecrew Wrote:Here's the XML for the newest ones (since the last XML post)
You're my hero! I prepared a proper release (first post). Just unpack it to the Aeon Stark directory and that's it Smile

And another one from my to-do list: Syrena
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#71
RE:xml

You need to change/add tags twice in the file.

Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars and Furniture_PanelMediaFlagsVars
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#72
**Wow Search FAIL, Apparently searching for Europa didn't return this topic, that I had ironically posted in... *facepalm* oh well.

In other thought, which is correct, white or black images?


I also threw together a small script that could be used to keep track of all of these rather than a forum post, it's just an idea:
http://www.fernferret.com/xbmc/mediaflags/

It has the one I made on it.

--FF

Presuming other others don't have a problem with it, i'll start adding more as they appear here, and eventually add a user add button.
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#73
FernFerret Wrote:In other thought, which is correct, white or black images?
Both work just the same way. All is fine as long as they are monochromatic. And the black ones are better in that they can be posted on a forum - and be seen against a white background.

Quote:I also threw together a small script that could be used to keep track of all of these rather than a forum post, it's just an idea:
http://www.fernferret.com/xbmc/mediaflags/
Errr... what does it do? I feel it has some great potential, but not sure where...
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#74
haha i've been messing with it for a bit, as in now it actually has more than one image, I have added a add page for users to upload (not enabled, i dont have captcha on it yet Smile )

Basically right now it's too tough, I feel to find these images in a forum. I could totally see this thread used for requests, then they all get posted to this script for all to download.

Eventually (next week) I hope to have something like a checkbox system, for example:

You need image X,Y,S,P,T but none others, so with some clever ajax magic, you check boxes next to those images, and a single zip file is presented to you with all the images you requested, and the xml in 2 seperate files. Another option would be to upload your current xml file, and have the script modify it.

Thoughts?

Also, maybe i'll but a b/w tag in the xml file so the script can handle either black or white images (i'll actually do that now)

--FF
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#75
The idea seems nice, though downloading a single zip from the forum seems like a better option, as it's pretty much a one-size-fits-all solution: you don't have to pick the flags you think you might need - all are there, including the ones you don't know yet you'll need.

As to black versus white images, both are fine and both work exactly the same. IMHO there's absolutely no difference for end-user, so there's really no need to use the white version anywhere.
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