i will give it a try in the future.
First of all, this is a bachelor thesis.
When the thesis is finished i have to ask my professor, whether I'm permitted to release this plugin.
So until now it's still unsure, if I could release this plugin, but i will do my best :)
Videocalls wouldn't be possible for the first release.
Skype gives the developers no possibility in their API to grab the videosignal ...
Many developers working with the skype API longing for this, as you can see here for example:
After my thesis and the first release i will give some...
same here -.-
SmsStyledKeyboard keyboard = (SmsStyledKeyboard)GUIWindowManager.GetWindow((int)Window.WINDOW_VIRTUAL_SMS_KEYBOARD);
keyboard.DoModal(GetID); // show it...
Can't see any keypad .. only the textfield
is there any possibilty to close the dialog via program code?
For my skype-plugin I want something like this:
If there is an incoming call, I want the user to select, if he/she wants to accept the call with "yes" or "no", but I also want, that the dialog can close itself, too...
I'm developing a skype plugin for my bachelor thesis. Maybe i can release this, after my work is done in a month or two. Have to ask my tutor, if this will be ok.
Functionality: Simple calls (with hold and other basic functions of skype) with Skype-out and conference-calls - no text-messaging...
My solution until now:
foreach (GUIListItem gli in myList.ListItems)
if (gli.Label == "test")
not great, but works. If anybody have ideas for another solution: please post it :-)
is there any possibility to do something like with ListViews in Windows.Forms:
ListViewItem lvi = listView2.FindItemWithText(method.item.toString());
I want to do this with my MediaPortal Plugin:
GUIListItem gli = listControl.......(...)
I want to search the...
thanks a lot for your answers! :)
Is there any possibility to debug my code with VisualStudio?
With WindowsMCE i could attach VisualStudio with a debugging process - is something like this possible with MediaPortal?
1) is there a possibility to set the icon for a listview, like in myvideo or mymusic?
GUIListItem item = new GUIListItem("test");
2) Is there anywhere a full documentation of the different classes like GUIListItem and so on?
I have a general question:
How can i get the label/text of the selected item of a listcontrol in the method onClick(...)
protected override void OnClicked(int controlId, GUIControl control,