[mythtv-users] Myxer Update - This time its a BIG one! (and probably the last one for a while....)

Justin Walther justin.walther at gmail.com
Wed Jun 8 17:42:06 UTC 2005

GREAT job on Myxer.  Can you tell me the combination of elements you
used to create the sample image on your website called blue.jpg?


On 6/8/05, Dave Hofstra <dhofstra at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have updated the Myxer theme again.  It can be found here
> http://lisadaveh.home.comcast.net/myxer/
> In case you didnt catch the last update, Myxer now has a
> MyxerCustomizer script that lets you personalize Myxer in hundreds of
> combinations.  It's really a cool feature, please check out the
> website for some simple pictures.
> This update includes a ton of new features
> 1.  Added BlueTwo iconset and a ton of BlueTwo highlight buttons that
> were graciously donated from 'Samsonite' (who did the graphics for
> BlueTwo) at the MediaPortal project.  My rendition of 'BlueTwo' as a
> skin for Myxer is easily applied by using MyxerCustomizer and
> selecting it in the "Apply_Pre-Built_Skin_Sets" area (#7)
> 2.  I have included BlueTwo icons with and without a Glass Background
> to see which people like (so, until we decide, Myxer is about 11MB)
> 3.  Almost completely rewrote the MyxerCustomizer Script.
> 4.  You can now pick from pre-made graphics for  background, Active
> Button, Inactive Button, Text Highlighting, and Iconset.  You can pick
> these one at a time now so you can leave some elements alone if you
> wish.
> 5.  A ton of new backgrounds were added from KDE-look.org and
> Gnome-look.org websites.
> 6.  I have placed proper README.txt files in all the important places
> 7.  I have tried to give credit to authors of graphics where I
> could... more research needs to be done to complete these readme's to
> include all authors credits
> 8.  I have tried to add 'blank' graphics where people might want a
> blank graphic at (such as the inactive button area)
> 9.  I added 'custom' directories where users can easily try out thier
> own graphics
> 10.  Everything is now written from the MyxerCustomizer directory, and
> is no longer required to be located in a specific directory
> 11.  Completely renamed almost every item to make better logical sense
> Please check out the site, download Myxer, and Let me know what you
> think about MyxerCustomizer!
> Have fun!
> Dave Hofstra
> dhofstra at gmail.com
> dhofstra on #mythtv-users on freenode
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