[mythtv-users] Saving Bookmark in MythCenter-wide and Retro themes

Michael T. Dean mtdean at thirdcontact.com
Thu May 3 03:39:13 UTC 2012

On 05/02/2012 10:54 PM, R. G. Newbury wrote:
> Tweaking the position of osd_message commencing at line 110 of osd.xml 
> brings the message box (and the Saved/Cleared message) into view.
> Is it worthwhile creating a diff and creating a bug in Trac, or will 
> this do?
> <!--  line 110 in osd.xml -->
> <!-- The OSD text message/notification popup.
>     -->
> <window name="osd_message">
> <!-- <area>0,1190,1280,90</area> -->
> <area>680,125,50,80</area>
> <imagetype name="background">
> <filename>osd/osd-alert.png</filename>
> <!-- <position>0,0,1280,90</position> -->
> <position>0,0,400,80</position>
> </imagetype>
> <textarea name="message_text">
> <!-- <area>20,15,1240,60</area> -->
> <area>20,20,550,40</area>
> ...

The Retro-wide theme--like nearly all others*--is not a part of the 
MythTV/not maintained in the MythTV project, so a ticket on MythTV Trac 
will be closed.  The Retro-wide theme's home is the MythTV-Themes 
project at https://github.com/MythTV-Themes/ , specifically the repo 
https://github.com/MythTV-Themes/Retro-wide .  You can contact Chris, 
the theme author (as specified in themeinfo.xml or 
http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/Theme_Teams ) at the address shown in either 
location.  And note that Chris mentioned that he would welcome help 
working on the theme in the Theme Teams page, so if you'd like to get 
involved, this would be a great conversation starter...  :)

I'm guessing you could also file a ticket through the github ticket 
system for that repo 
(https://github.com/MythTV-Themes/Retro-wide/issues  ), but not sure if 
any of the theme authors really want to use that system or would prefer 
e-mails, etc.


* Currently Terra, MythCenter, and MythCenter-wide are still "part" of 
MythTV (and all others are "external"/3rd-party themes), but this is 
likely to change in the very near future.  All themes will move out of 
the MythTV repository (these 3, specifically, to MythTV-Themes project), 
where people who use the themes may be given privileges to commit 
changes to the themes.  More info to follow in the next couple of weeks.

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