Number of movies not fully seen

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  1. Dr Forinor

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    I'm not sure if it is a bug or perhaps an oversight, or maybe a setting I am unaware of?

    I have 1261 movies, but as you can in the attached, it appears as though I have 261. Can this be fixed?



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    Sorry forgot to mention, this is with MP 1.13 and the latest StreamedMP skin.

    It actually looks like you can see all of the 1261 in that picture, but where I sit in my couch, youc an't see it from the TV. Maybe a larger space between "Movies" and the number of movies?
     
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    Anyone, please?
     
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    You have a lot of movies! I would imagine that's a fairly trivial modification to the skin, I'm sure someone will reply soon, but in the meantime it might be worth taking a look at fixing it yourself. I have never tried modifying a skin myself, but I would have thought that all that needs doing is changing one value in one skin XML file to move that "MOVIES" label to the left a bit, so all you need to do is figure out which file and which value :). I could be wrong though.
     
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    Haha, I had thought that myself, but I didn't want to try anything in case I'm a complete klutz and end up making a massive mess of something....
     
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    Nope, had a look and I'm completely lost.
     
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    Suspect it's change in movingpictures.default.facade.xml you need.

    [Block starts Line 76]
    <control>
    <description>Movie Count Label</description>
    <type>label</type>
    <label>#MovingPictures.Translation.Movies.Label</label>
    <id>0</id>
    <posX>1684</posX>
    <posX>1860</posX>
    <align>right</align>
    <posY>21</posY>
    <font>mediastream10tc</font>
    <textcolor>ff909090</textcolor>
    <visible>!control.isvisible(51)+control.isvisible(50)</visible>
    <animation effect="fade" time="250" delay="0">WindowClose</animation>
    </control>

    Change RED text to GREEN text [moving the label to be adjacent too the count at 1869. Add BLUE text - format string so it ends at 1860. This should better option than just moving the label to the left.

    Worst that can happen, it's slightly less readable:)

    NOTE - I don't use Streamed, so all I've done is have a quick [3 mins] look at skin files, maybe it's the wrong file but hopefully should point you correct direction.

    Cheers - JCMP
     
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    Thank you for that.
    I tried the edit but it didn't make any difference?
     
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    Then not the right file I think.

    The label variable "#MovingPictures.Translation.Movies.Label" appears in the following 6 files, line number given.

    Line File
    ------- ----------
    79 movingpictures.default.facade.xml
    105 movingpictures.default.thumbsview.12x3.8x2.facade.xml
    79 movingpictures.default.thumbsview.12x4.8x3.facade.xml
    79 movingpictures.fanart.facade.xml
    105 movingpictures.fanart.thumbsview.12x3.8x2.facade.xml
    79 movingpictures.fanart.thumbsview.12x4.8x3.facade.xml

    May well be one of the default.thumbsview files - it does not look [hard to tell] your using fanart - bit of trial and error needed.

    To find the file, you could change "#MovingPictures.Translation.Movies.Label" to plain text, eg "This is the file I'm looking for" to assist, then revert to the proper label.

    Cheers - JCMP.
     
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