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#1 jimk72

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Posted 27 May 2006 - 02:41 AM

This is a link to my webpage I made for my xbmc skin editor. Things were going really good until ver 2.0 came out. With so many new functions and changes it was impossible to keep up. Good luck! If you want to use any functions or gui aspects of my editor feel free! It is coded using delphi 7. Not sure what language you are programing in but if you need help or suggestions for a problem you are having just pm me and I will see if I can help. I studied the way the skins are displayed and loaded very extensively during programing. I had planned on updating it to ver 2.0 but the way I wrote the xml engine is incapable of doing what I need it to do with the include function and some other new features of XBMC2.0. So I would have to start fresh and the small amount of interest was not enough to persuade me to invest the time.

http://jimk.xbox-scene.com/

Here is the latest version of my app. Use anything you want from the design.

http://jimk.xbox-sce.../click.php?id=5


#2 mbay

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Posted 27 May 2006 - 06:17 AM

jimk72,

very nice of you to share your knowledge and work. I hope your efforts can be utilize.

Thanks from all of us.

#3 jimk72

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Posted 28 May 2006 - 04:38 PM

Link above is not used anymore as I realised that wasn't the latest version, sorry.

My source is up and the latest compiled version.
here is a link to download.

http://jimk.xbox-sce.../click.php?id=8

It is coded using Delphi 7. You will need Delphi to compile. Use any of the code you wish.

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Posted 28 May 2006 - 06:32 PM

Just would like to say thanks for sharing your code, im sure it will come to some use. Its nice to see ppl willing to share their knowlege to make XBMC Skin Editor the best it can be.





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