[mythtv-users] New blue-abstract theme 1.8
trebor_s at web.de
Wed Sep 19 14:31:38 UTC 2012
Am 18.09.2012 10:47, schrieb Jan Schneider:
> Zitat von Jon
Whitear <jon at whitear.org>:
>> On 17/09/2012, at 6:03 PM, Robert
>>> Am 15.09.2012 02:43, schrieb Scott & Nicole
>>>>> Hi everybody, I just wanted to announce on the
mailing list that a new version
>>>> of the blue-abstract theme is out.
>>>>> It has undergone a major rewrite. There were tons of
>>>> which can be seen in the changelog or on github.
Robert, I downloaded version 1.8 a few days ago, and I'm very impressed
with how polished it is. Thanks.
> A few more issues I noticed while
using the new version for a few days:
> - The OSD element in top left
corner is not taking GUI offsets into
> account. I use different
resolutions for video vs. GUI and while
> watching recordings, the top
left corner of the screen is outside the
> viewport, so that this OSD
element is only partially visible.
> - I wonder why there are distinct
background images missing for some
> major menu points like Media
> - The upcoming recording entries aren't colored, which makes
> to determine the different state of the different recordings
> - The auto-scrolling of some text areas is far to
fast, e.g. for the
> episode descriptions. I'd rather have them not
scrolling at all, so I
> can always read the beginning of the
description and hit INFO for the
> complete text.
missing background images: I use my own (imho better structured) menu
(which you can activate in the appearance settings, it called
blue-abstract-menu). There I don't use the media gallery. I'll add the
background to it in the next version.
I'll add some color to the
upcoming recording text.
Unfortunately there is no option to change
the scrolling speed. I'll think about disabling it. You can still
disable the scrolling yourself in the xml file.
Regarding the top left
OSD element, I wonder if its a theme issue or another one. These are
multiple windows like osd_message or osd_input. There area is defined
like this: <area>0,0,1280,720</area>. So maybe the OSD part in MythTV
does not scale it correctly. I'll look into that.
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