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#1 XLNC

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Posted 01 September 2003 - 06:27 PM

I have created my MXM.xml file using the a program called myxo... and created auto dir menus which just look for default.xbe.

I then decided to update on this and do it all manually and also adding video files to it and thumbnails. But the MXM menu still looks the same as it was before, what did I do wrong?

Another thing is when MXM loads up it shows the matrix intro but when it loads, it doesn't look like matrix skin at all, seems like the default skin. The reloaded skin is in a folder called: NewDefault. What's wrong?

#2 JBNinja99

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Posted 01 September 2003 - 06:28 PM

post your .xml


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Posted 01 September 2003 - 06:44 PM

Here's my MXM.xml file:

:::::BEGIN::::::::

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<!--Myxomatosis XML Target MXM-->
<!--Development by StrongBad-->
<!--Flush: 17:43 09/01/2003-->
<Config>
<Main>
<DiscTitle />
<DiscSubTitle />
<LoadSkin />
<AllowVideoSound>True</AllowVideoSound>
<RemoveDuplicates>True</RemoveDuplicates>
<RemoveInvalid>True</RemoveInvalid>
</Main>
<Preferences>
<UseCelsius>False</UseCelsius>
<DeepMultiSearch>False</DeepMultiSearch>
<AutoLoadMulti>False</AutoLoadMulti>
<AutoLaunchGame>False</AutoLaunchGame>
<AutoLaunchMovie>False</AutoLaunchMovie>
<DVDPlayer />
<DVDPlayerCommandLine />
<Nickname />
<FTPPriority>Normal</FTPPriority>
<SynchronizeClock>False</SynchronizeClock>
<TimeServerIP />
</Preferences>
<Network>
<UseDHCP>True</UseDHCP>
<IP />
<DefaultGateway />
<SubnetMask>255.255.255.0</SubnetMask>
<DNS1 />
<DNS2 />
</Network>
<FTPServer>
<ServerPort>21</ServerPort>
<AllowAnon>True</AllowAnon>
<AnonRoot>/</AnonRoot>
</FTPServer>
<Music>
<UseMusic>True</UseMusic>
<Directory />
<Global>False</Global>
<Random>True</Random>
</Music>
<Menu>
<Submenu>
<Title>My Programs</Title>
<Media />
<Submenu>
<Title>Dashboard</Title>
<Media />
<Item>
<Title>Avalaunch</Title>
<Description>Dashboard</Description>
<Exe>e:appsAvalaunchdefault.xbe</Exe>
<Media />
<AutoDir />
<Passcode />
<Thumbnail />
</Item>
<Item>
<Title>EvolutionX</Title>
<Description>Dashboard</Description>
<Exe>c:evoxdash.xbe</Exe>
<Media>c:evox.wmv</Media>
<AutoDir />
<Passcode />
<Thumbnail />
</Item>
<Item>
<Title>NeXgen</Title>
<Description>Dashboard</Description>
<Exe>e:appsnexgendefault.xbe</Exe>
<Media>e:appsnexgennexgen.wmv</Media>
<AutoDir />
<Passcode />
<Thumbnail />
</Item>
</Submenu>
<Submenu>
<Title>Media Players</Title>
<Media />
<Item>
<Title>Xbox Media Player</Title>
<Description>Plays Music &amp; Video</Description>
<Exe>e:appsXBMPdefault.xbe</Exe>
<Media>e:appsXBMPXBMP.wmv</Media>
<AutoDir />
<Passcode />
<Thumbnail />
</Item>
</Submenu>
</Submenu>
<Submenu>
<Title>My Games</Title>
<Media />
<Item>
<Title>Halo</Title>
<Description>Combat Evolved</Description>
<Exe>e:gameshalodefault.xbe</Exe>
<Media>e:gameshalohalo.wmv</Media>
<AutoDir />
<Passcode />
<Thumbnail>e:gameshalodefault.xbe</Thumbnail>
</Item>
</Submenu>
<Submenu>
<Title>My Emulators</Title>
<Media />
</Submenu>
<Submenu>
<Title>My Utilities</Title>
<Media />
</Submenu>
</Menu>
</Config>

::::::END:::::::

Thanks

#4 jaysoccer7c

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Posted 01 September 2003 - 07:53 PM

the matrix in the scrolling in the begining has nothing to do with the skin
press Y and change ur skin
use the mxm_patcher.exe to change the matrix thing if u want
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But the MXM menu still looks the same as it was before, what did I do wrong?


what do u mean...did u do anything to it?

Edited by jaysoccer7c, 01 September 2003 - 07:57 PM.


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Posted 01 September 2003 - 07:58 PM

on mine i have a mxm.xml and a menu.xml. i had problems like you, used myxo and added onto it. but i couldn't get vids/thumbs to show up. what i did was create the mxm.xml (which is basically from config to music), and then a menu.xml (all the directorys, games, ect.) try doing that and let me know how that works out.




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