1. Nope, because it interfers with the general navigation of the entire skin. The homeblades use a focus tag, meaning when you press left or right, a hidden image is focused and a sequence is activated, there for the actual leaving of the page is tied to general cursor movement, and your would have to have the L and R triggers as general navigation throughout the entire skin. Anyway, pressing left and right on the DPAD is no real task now is it?
2. Tried it, was annoying as hell. If you leave focus on the gamercard and switch back to that blade, its annoying when it just keeps cycling through the gamercards, so we moved it to its own guide blade for ease. Also everytime you do it, the skin writes an option to your settings. So if you where constnatly doing it, it can greatly improve the risk of screwing up your settings file and screw up XBMC, and you have to use a bootdisk to boot into something else other than XBMC. So basically, its too unstable because of the functionality of actually changing. If we loaded all that information in hidden, so it wasnt a save issue, it was just a visibility switch, it would kill navigation speeds, because of all the gamercard stuff having to be loaded into the main menu. Just stick with one per card, I have weather on XBMC Live, Drive info on Games and gamercard on media.
This post has been edited by Blackbolt: Feb 20 2007, 10:26 PM