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Digiface 22nd March 2007 12:49 PM

Modify skin
 
There's one skin that i otherwise like, but it don't got "jump" buttons. I tried to change "rewind" buttons to "jump", but wasn't able to get it work. Is it possible to modify skin like that? What defines button function?

Edit. What i did, was just that i extracted .bsz file and played with skin.ini file.

Tizio 22nd March 2007 07:46 PM

For a good tutorial on skinning follow this link:
http://bsplayer.com/en/bs.player/ski...documentation/

If you plan to build BSplayer v1-like skins, u can use my skin maker (link in my sign or on BSplayer skin page). I suggest you to use it if you plan to edit already made skins... (it's explained also in the SkinMaker user guide the way in which BSplayer handles button's actions)

Digiface 22nd March 2007 09:33 PM

That was easy and fast with SkinMaker. Thanks! :)

Tizio 23rd March 2007 05:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Digiface
That was easy and fast with SkinMaker. Thanks! :)

:D

Xeo 4th April 2007 05:53 PM

Hi. I didn't want to create new topic coz its just short question to Tizio about skin.ini.

Is there possibility to use two functions in one button at the same time?
For example we can do play:pause ($lang.Menu.10/$lang.Menu.11) action for play\pause button but its one after another action. Why is there ":" used at the moment? Is there more "selectors" than this one? I want to place two functions\actions in single button.

Btw, in BSP SkinMaker lang file in /3xxx [Actions] section there can be more than only 108 actions, actually 122 is possible to use.

Tizio 4th April 2007 06:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Xeo
Hi. I didn't want to create new topic coz its just short question to Tizio about skin.ini.

Is there possibility to use two functions in one button at the same time?
For example we can do play:pause ($lang.Menu.10/$lang.Menu.11) action for play\pause button but its one after another action. Why is there ":" used at the moment? Is there more "selectors" than this one? I want to place two functions\actions in single button.

Btw, in BSP SkinMaker lang file in /3xxx [Actions] section there can be more than only 108 actions, actually 122 is possible to use.

Which actions?
I never tried to edit a play/pause button, when I'll have time I'll try it.

As for the actions list limitation, I think I already wrote it somewhere, anyway I'll implement a dynamic list of actions as I did in my BSP DefinitionsManager utility ;)

Unfortunally now I'm very busy at work and I have really less time than before to write my program... I can't tell you when I'll release a new updated version of the skinmaker, but the work has not been suspended, it's still in progress, even if it proceed extremly slowly..

Xeo 5th April 2007 07:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tizio
Which actions?

Whichever. For example "Pause" + "Capture frame" in one button. When I pause, screenshot is captured.
Quote:

Originally Posted by Tizio
I never tried to edit a play/pause button

It's used in eXalion skin e.g.
Quote:

Originally Posted by Tizio
the work has not been suspended

Good to know :)

Tizio 5th April 2007 08:08 PM

I tried to edit the base skin, but it seem that the only combination possibile is Play/Pause... plus I have to investigate furter on this feature because it seems that the play/pause action is hardcoded in BSplayer and not read from the skin file (I changed the pause action with another action but it still acted as Play/Pause)

Anyway the first ":" is used to define the 2 different images to associate to the button (the first is for the first action, and the one after the : is the image for the second action). The second ":" is used to define the 2 different actions (20:21 means PLAY:PAUSE).
In the end, as the comment you can assign two comments, one per button, separated by a "/".

Anyway as I wrote above it seems that (at the moment) this will work only for play/pause combined action ;)


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