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#31
Hitcher Wrote:As long as they're of a good enough standard (as this clearly is) then I can add them to Alaska Revisited as themes.
Cool. Cool
Thanks for the compliment. Wink
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#32
ddlooping Wrote:I could upload it and send you the link via pm. Wink

Keep in mind it's not based on the updated version of Alaska Revisited (2.2.0) and, while not buggy, it could do with some tweaks. Nod

Would that be ok?

Nod
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#33
espengaasemyr, I'll make the modification to 2.2.0 and then will upload it. Wink
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#34
You only need to change the MatteDiffuse colour to get the effect you want - leave the actual matte images as they are.
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#35
Thanks, Hitcher, I'm experimenting on it. Wink
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#36
ddlooping Wrote:Thanks, Hitcher, I'm experimenting on it. Wink
... and it's working fine. Big Grin

Just need to make it so it works it works in "Landscape" and "Panel wide"... (the modes that show fanart instead of posters)...
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#37
Sweet, if you send me a link I'll get it added as a theme if you want - with full credits of course.
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#38
Hitcher Wrote:Sweet, if you send me a link I'll get it added as a theme if you want - with full credits of course.
Added "<colordiffuse>MatteDiffuse</colordiffuse>" to "Landscape".
Working. Nod
Now to find the other views that need it...

I'll send you a link when I'm done with the tweaking, hopefully soon. Wink
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#39
If you pull version 2.2.2 from GoogleCode you'll have them already done.
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#40
Awesome work guys!!
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#41
ooh looking forward to this! always prefer dark skins!
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#42
I've added the duration to the "Includes_Mediaflags.xml". Smile

PHP Code:
            <!-- MOD DURATION -->
            <
control type="label">
                <
posx condition="!Skin.HasSetting(IMDBNumbers) + !IsEmpty(ListItem.StarRating)">590</posx>
                <
posx condition="Skin.HasSetting(IMDBNumbers) + !IsEmpty(ListItem.Rating)">660</posx>
                <
posy>665</posy>
                <
width>200</width>
                <
height>20</height>
                <
aligny>center</aligny>
                <
font>Font_OSDTime</font>
                <
textcolor>MediaFlagsDiffuse</textcolor>
                <
scroll>true</scroll>
                <
selectedcolor>TextSelected</selectedcolor>
                <
label>$INFO[ListItem.Duration,, mins]</label>
            </
control
The condition on its "posx" doesn't work though. No
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#43
No those conditions don't work but you can do it by using includes.

PHP Code:
<!-- MOD DURATION --> 
            <
control type="label"
                <include 
condition="!Skin.HasSetting(IMDBNumbers) + !IsEmpty(ListItem.StarRating)">posx590</include> 
                <include 
condition="Skin.HasSetting(IMDBNumbers) + !IsEmpty(ListItem.Rating)">posx660</include> 
                <
posy>665</posy
                <
width>200</width
                <
height>20</height
                <
aligny>center</aligny
                <
font>Font_OSDTime</font
                <
textcolor>MediaFlagsDiffuse</textcolor
                <
scroll>true</scroll
                <
selectedcolor>TextSelected</selectedcolor
                <
label>$INFO[ListItem.Duration,, mins]</label
            </
control>
            
<!-- 
ADD THESE AS A SEPARATE INCLUDES -->
            <include 
name="posx590">
                <
posx>590</posx
            </include>
            <include 
name="posx660">
                <
posx>660</posx
            </include> 
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#44
Thanks, Hitcher. Smile

I have used...
PHP Code:
            <!-- MOD DURATION -->
            <
control type="label">
                <
visible>!Skin.HasSetting(IMDBNumbers) + !IsEmpty(ListItem.StarRating)</visible>
                <
posx>590</posx>
                <
posy>665</posy>
                <
width>200</width>
                <
height>20</height>
                <
aligny>center</aligny>
                <
font>Font_OSDTime</font>
                <
textcolor>MediaFlagsDiffuse</textcolor>
                <
scroll>true</scroll>
                <
selectedcolor>TextSelected</selectedcolor>
                <
label>$INFO[ListItem.Duration,, mins]</label>
            </
control>
            <
control type="label">
                <
visible>Skin.HasSetting(IMDBNumbers) + !IsEmpty(ListItem.Rating)</visible>
                <
posx>664</posx>
                <
posy>665</posy>
                <
width>200</width>
                <
height>20</height>
                <
aligny>center</aligny>
                <
font>Font_OSDTime</font>
                <
textcolor>MediaFlagsDiffuse</textcolor>
                <
scroll>true</scroll>
                <
selectedcolor>TextSelected</selectedcolor>
                <
label>$INFO[ListItem.Duration,, mins]</label>
            </
control
... but your code is much cooler. Cool

It can be used in all sorts of way as well. Nod
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#45
These days I try to use conditional includes over visibility condition whenever possible as they're only checked once when loaded whereas visible conditions are constantly checked. And the more visibility conditions you have to slower the skin performs.
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