[mythtv-users] theme question - spacing between menu items
craig at 8010.co.uk
Thu Jul 7 08:38:22 EDT 2005
Donavan Stanley wrote:
>On 7/5/05, Craig Tinson <craig at 8010.co.uk> wrote:
>>how do I go about changing the spacing between menu items? I have them
>>placed where I want them to match my background.. I've tried various
>>combos but nothing yet..
>The background section of the theme.xml can use several tag to control
>the layout of your buttons.
>buttonarea - Controls the physical area for the buttons. (Required)
>buttonspread - Controls whether myth spreads out the buttons to use
>all of the available space. (Optional, defaults to yes)
>buttoncenter - Controls whether or not buttons are centered.
>(Optional, defaults to yes)
>columns - Controls the maximum number of columns. (Optional)
>image - The background image to use (overrides the one in the qtlook file)
>visiblerowlimit - Controls the number of rows that can be on screen at once.
>So... In order to position a series of buttons over a background
>image so that they appear to be part of it you would need something
Thanks for the answer :)
Unfortunately it still doesn't explain the spacing..
For example I have at the minute:
so it's displaying 6 menu items down the left of the screen starting at
about a 1/3 the way down.. but the 6 items are nearly falling off the
bottom of the screen.
I can't move them up because it won't look right with the background..
so I was wondering how I can change the spacing *between* the menu items
- make it smaller so the menu items are closer together.. changing the
font size makes no difference.. if I do that then the *perceived* space
between the menu items are larger - although it's technically the same.
am currently looking at:
am thinking that might have something to do with it but it doesn't seem
to work as expected
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