[mythtv-users] Re: myxer theme configurator
stef.coene at docum.org
Wed Jun 22 11:09:35 UTC 2005
On Wednesday 22 June 2005 12:42, Dave Hofstra wrote:
> The placement looks great here. (although the preview might be nice if
> it were a little larger)
I now, but if I make it larger, the left menu will be to wide. You can click
on the preview to get a bigger one. I can make the size of menu and the
preview selectable.... I will try that if I have some time today.
> I ran it locally, and had to change only the following 2 things.
> 1. In common.php line 5, it should probably read:
> $Myxer_dir = "/usr/local/share/mythtv/themes/Myxer/MyxerCustomizer" ;
I already covered this in my blog.
My mythtv is installed in /usr/share/mythtv/, I updated common.php so it looks
by default in the local subdir too.
> 2. I had to adjust the sql permissions of my webserver user to 'no
sql permissions ???
> > You still need to run the Myxer configuration script to, but
> > at least you have an idea about how it will look like.
> Maybe I'll update MyxerCustomizer to be able to take a 'copy&pasted'
> output from Myxer_conf sometime. That'd be pretty cool.
Or maybe I can create a config file (xml file ?) that MyxerCustomizer can use
to update the settings. That's for the finishing touch ;)
> > I'm no going to spend a lot of time in these scripts because the new
> > MythtUI will do probaly do a better job. But I think it makes the myxer
> > theme more attractive then it already was.
> It certainly adds qute a bit to it, thanks! I was looking over your
> code, and I am sure it would have taken me 2-3 years to do that
I think it took me 8 hours of coding. I never manipulated images with php,
but it was fun to learn.
> As far as hosting, my webserver does not provide php support. I could
> eventually host it also on my local machine's webserver, but I would
> have to tighten things up a little bit first.
No problem. But I have the same problem, I'm not sure if my server is secure
enough. There is not much important data on it and I also have it all
locally, but still......
On my todo list is also integration with mythweb.
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