[fixed] - No displayed thumbnail for currently playing radio

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    The issue in quite known but is neither reported as a bug nor rectified.
    During playing some radio channel a corresponding thumbnail is not displayed.
    Seems that "Play.Current.Thumb" property does not work. BTW, "selectedthumb" works.
    Of course, thumbs are present in "thumbs\Radio" folder.
    Here it was discussed too:
    https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/listen-music-99/my-radio-thumbnails-50305/#post410020
     
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    Hey Romuz, I tried your dll and my logos still do not display in the media overlay when radio is playing. I am also using webstreams (not from TV Card).
     
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    im not sure where it must be shown???
    for me dvbs radio logo showed in small box in bottomleft corner
     

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    Instead of this I see:
    - default image on the left
    - vizualization on the left bottom

    Anyway:
    - #Play.Current.Thumb does NOT work for me
    - #selectedthumb DOES work

    I have NOT tested you dll yet. I'll do it soon...
     
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    screenshot was made with original dll, not mine

    so whats wrong?

    PS im not use visualization
     
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    Hi Romuz, yes DVB radio logos work. It is only when you use web streams that the logos do not appear and that lower box on the bottom left is empty (in all screens where it displays). If you have visualizations turned on, you will see the viz, but never the logo.

    Edit: Yes the logos are there in the Thumbs\radio folder and they do display on the list as you can see in the screenshot, but not the bigger version on the left, nor in the overlay.
     

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    Hi Dadeo
    how about this one?

    PS What skin you use?
    i can see thumb links in B3W but not in B3
     

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    With standard TVPlugin or with your TvPlugin - does not matter...
    Look at the "myradio.xml" (Blue3wide).
    You will see one occurance of "#Play.Current.Thumb":
    Code (Text):
    1.         <control>
    2.           <description>music logo</description>
    3.           <type>image</type>
    4.           <overlay>yes</overlay>
    5.           <id>600</id>
    6.           <posX>58</posX>
    7.           <posY>426</posY>
    8.           <width>161</width>
    9.           <height>121</height>
    10.           <keepaspectratio>yes</keepaspectratio>
    11.           <centered>yes</centered>
    12.           <texture flipY="true" diffuse="Thumb_Mask.png">#Play.Current.Thumb</texture>
    13.           <visible>!Control.HasFocus(50)+player.hasmedia</visible>
    14.         </control>
    Means - if yoy press "LEFT" button, you will see a menu with displayed thumb of currently played radio.
    But I see this:
    [​IMG]
    In "myradio.xml" replace the image with "arrow_round_down_focus.png".
    Then you will see this:
    [​IMG]

    Means - #Play.Current.Thumb is not working.

    The image's ID is 600. I supposed that this can be a reason.
    So I added to myradio.xml one new image control:
    Code (Text):
    1.        <control>
    2.           <description>music logo</description>
    3.           <type>image</type>
    4.           <id>0</id>
    5.           <posX>258</posX>
    6.           <posY>426</posY>
    7.           <width>100</width>
    8.           <height>100</height>
    9. <!--          <texture>#Play.Current.Thumb</texture>    -->
    10.           <texture>arrow_round_down_focus.png</texture>
    11.           <visible>player.hasmedia</visible>
    12.         </control>
    Now I can see this:
    [​IMG]
    If I replace arrow_round_down_focus.png with #Play.Current.Thumb, I will see this:
    [​IMG]

    So, ID=0 does not help :)
     
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    Romuz - that last TVPlugin.dll works for me (see attached screenshot). Yahoo! Rivera - did you try it? Please do and confirm if it also works for you. If it does, Romuz can submit the fix (I will create a Mantis Issue for it)

    Romuz you are also correct, the Blue3 skin files are missing all the controls for #selectedthumb. They do display in Blue3wide. I will report this as well (they were even missing in MP 1.0.2 :p)

    Thank you so much.
     

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