<>< wrote:looking sharp!
One request, is it possible to override the movie type if the <Type> tag is available in mymovies.xml? For example, my mkvs are movie only rips from either blu-ray or hd-dvd, and i set the type accordingly in the xml, it would be nice to have the logo displayed based on the type in the xml (folder rips show the icons fine)
<>< wrote:Also, in the popup view, maybe have the Year next to the Title in parenthesis? For example "Aeon Flux (2005)"
throgmorton wrote:<>< wrote:Also, in the popup view, maybe have the Year next to the Title in parenthesis? For example "Aeon Flux (2005)"
I may move to that, the popup info is still a WIP playing around with it alot still.
throgmorton wrote:So I think I have finalized my list view here is the screen with and without the popup info window.
raadoo wrote:- the line with sound and vidio details could be reorganized to get one line more. Could be like this: [video icon] xxx kbps [aspect icon] resolution [sound icon] xxx kbps?
raadoo wrote:- what do you think about music part of MB? Will you plz prepare one view to display music files (of one album) better? Now the poster view part works great, but when you enter an album it's very hard to chose any view to display the list of album songs...
raadoo wrote:- will you keep backdrops visible in poster view? I'm asking that becouse of discussion at community site about bug/feature of diamond which doesn't do that. I wouldn't like Vanilla to go that way, because in case of displaying a couple of albums you would see covers and 80% of blank backdrop.
throgmorton wrote:Well this may upset a few people but this is most likely what the new thumb or strip view (I haven't decided which one) will look like . Although I'm leaning towards thumb replacement. Anyways the details will be saved for the details screens thus just a minimal amount of information will appear on the view screens. You will always be able to get more info on these screen by pressing the # to get the pop-up info screen, seen in many of the other snaps seen before.
tp546 wrote:is there any chance we can control the opacity of the non-focused images to see more of the backdrop?
throgmorton wrote:tp546 wrote:is there any chance we can control the opacity of the non-focused images to see more of the backdrop?
It's possible to do but is it worth it? I did a little screen shot below with opacity at 40%, I'm not sure if it looks better or worse than with full opacity.
tp546 wrote:i think i like that better
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