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#1 jfm165

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Posted 17 March 2004 - 01:43 AM

I just wanted to know if there is anyway to make the text for an mxm skin scroll horizontally like it does in xbmc? beerchug.gif

#2 geniusalz

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Posted 17 March 2004 - 01:59 AM

You can, but you'll have to wait till the next release. That supports text (or images) in any rotation, skew, etc

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Posted 17 March 2004 - 11:23 AM

Will you be able to add a condition that the text will only scroll if the text line is to long, and will it work in the menu as well? wink.gif

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Posted 25 March 2004 - 03:17 AM

Genuisalz, do you know the code on how to do this? It would be much appreciated so I can apply to it newsfeed. TY

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Posted 25 March 2004 - 04:35 AM

Well, it's more of a manual scroll. i.e. it will behave the same regardless of how wide the text is.

<Pos1>
<Point X="202" Y="164" Z="1.0" W="1.0" TU="0.0" TV="0.0" />
<Point X="261" Y="163" Z="1.0" W="1.0" TU="0.5" TV="0.0" />
<Point X="263" Y="182" Z="1.0" W="1.0" TU="0.5" TV="1.0" />
<Point X="205" Y="187" Z="1.0" W="1.0" TU="0.0" TV="1.0" />
</Pos1>
<Pos2>
<Point X="202" Y="164" Z="1.0" W="1.0" TU="0.5" TV="0.0" />
<Point X="261" Y="163" Z="1.0" W="1.0" TU="1.0" TV="0.0" />
<Point X="263" Y="182" Z="1.0" W="1.0" TU="1.0" TV="1.0" />
<Point X="205" Y="187" Z="1.0" W="1.0" TU="0.5" TV="1.0" />
</Pos2>

Try setting up a tween between these two points. Not sure if this will work exactly right...




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