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17th November 2001, 12:18
Hello Knowledgeable People
I have created my first winamp3 skin (my first skin actually) and I think most of the stuff works... I was wondering if anybody could look at the skin and help me with some problems...
1st... Why doesn't the winshade button (right on the bottom middle) switch to the default winshade mode?
2nd... My crossfade and repeat buttons don't work... why?
3rd... on my comp, whenever I move the mouse across the skin, somehow the edges get "highlighted"... what does that mean? something to do with the gamma or something???
Thanks for reading...
(Sorry if I've broken copyright laws but this is just to test out my ability to program with the wasabi interface)
17th November 2001, 15:26
You're sorry? We're gonna sue your ass :D :D :D Just kidding...
Next time post a screenshot cos I am lazy (and I do think some others are too)
It doesnt work for me but /me havent had enough time to try it :)
But I see a nokia 3310 :) or 3210 ah well who cares
17th November 2001, 17:16
Tripod disabled it. You can email it to me and I'll put it up somewhere it won't get removed if you need it.
17th November 2001, 17:17
19th November 2001, 15:29
Mirror available at http://members.home.com/cassidyn/download/33x0.wal
19th November 2001, 15:44
screenshot, please? :D
19th November 2001, 16:02
20th November 2001, 12:57
So can anybody help me?
20th November 2001, 13:03
I was too busy the last couple days to crack it open and look at it. I should have time today, I'll post here and let you know if I can see anything unusual.
20th November 2001, 14:47
I can't get the highlighting error to occur on my computer. But I've solved the corssfade/shuffle/repeat problem and the winshade problem.
Winshade: You need to include "../default/xml/player-shade.xml" inside the "main" container. I fixed it.
xfade/shuffle/repeat: I had to move some things from sysfunc.m into mine.m and recompile (I called it ours.m, mostly as a joke :) ). It's easier for you to compare the two then me for me to explain what I did. This was my first time working with anything resembling C and by extension, my first time working with Maki, so I was mostly guessing. I also added id tags to the Open/Stop/Play/etc. buttons. I think they're needed for the script to work (I think...).
Anyway, I uploaded the modified skin and checked that the location was correct and the file uncorrupt.
In playing around with the skin, I may have moved some things around. I hope it isn't too confusing. Have fun.
20th November 2001, 15:16
Oh, just noticed that the shuffle and repeat buttons need hover images. Everything else on the main component is complete.
And I only just noticed that the smily guy's eyes change when playing and paused. ROFLMAO. :D
21st November 2001, 13:24
Gonzotek, you are a wizard! About them hover images, they are in the other file, but when I realised they didn't work, I just simply erased the lines containing hover images... but they can be put back simple enough :)
hehe you noticed the guy's eyes!! I just added that for fun... hahaha :)
I'll prob be able to get the skin to a good version soon (with the changes)
thanks once again... maybe I'll get a winshade component out too (though what would be a good match to a mobile fone... hmmm probably the handsfree... I'll just have to find some ideas :) )
okies bye :)
21st November 2001, 15:28
Thanks. I don't know if this will work, but you could do a "side-view" of the phone (where the volume buttons are on the physical Nokia phone).
|VisOrVol Seek < |> > Open |
Sorry for the crappy ASCII, I was rushing.
Just a thought...the hands free might work too, I just can't get a mental image for that.
22nd November 2001, 11:43
hmmm.... thanks for the suggestion, but unfortunately the model of 3310/3330 (here in australia) don't have volume buttons on the side... the volume functions are all handled by the front buttons... the only button off the panel is the power button right at the top of the fone... but I'll look into it :) thanks!
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