Position of tvseries_list_focus.png

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  1. arryo

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    I would like to move the postion of tvseries_list_focus.png about 5 pixels to the right, here is the code that I think I should adjust, but I have no idea which value i should set



    thanks for the great Skin

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    1.  
    2.                 <control>
    3.                     <description>List</description>
    4.                     <type>listcontrol</type>
    5.                     <id>50</id>
    6.                     <posX>40</posX>
    7.                     <posY>460</posY>
    8.                     <width>760</width>
    9.                     <height>450</height>
    10.                     <spinWidth>40</spinWidth>
    11.                     <spinHeight>40</spinHeight>
    12.                     <spinPosX>710</spinPosX>
    13.                     <spinPosY>880</spinPosY>
    14.                     <spinCanFocus>no</spinCanFocus>
    15.                     <spinAlign>right</spinAlign>
    16.                     <textureFocus>tvseries_list_focus.png</textureFocus>
    17.                     <textureNoFocus/>
    18.                     <textXOff>-90</textXOff>
    19.                     <textYOff>0</textYOff>
    20.                     <textXOff2>608</textXOff2>
    21.                     <textYOff2>0</textYOff2>
    22.                     <textXOff3>638</textXOff3>
    23.                     <textYOff3>10</textYOff3>
    24.                     <downloadColor>#default.color</downloadColor>
    25.                     <remoteColor>#watched.color</remoteColor>
    26.                     <textcolor>#notpresent.color</textcolor>
    27.                     <textcolor2>#notpresent.color</textcolor2>
    28.                     <textcolor3>#notpresent.color</textcolor3>
    29.                     <onright>2</onright>
    30.                     <onleft>5</onleft>
    31.                     <font>font13</font>
    32.                     <font2>font13nb</font2>
    33.                     <font3>font8</font3>
    34.                     <IconXOff>608</IconXOff>
    35.                     <IconYOff>8</IconYOff>
    36.                     <itemHeight>24</itemHeight>
    37.                     <itemWidth>96</itemWidth>
    38.                 </control>
    39.  
     
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    You should change <posX>40</posX> into <posX>45</posX>.
     
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    that will move whole listcontrol to the right..

    tell me, why are you trying to do this?

    1. you could move listcontrol to the right (by changing posX),

    2. move listcontrol to the right (by changing posX), then moving text and icon to the left (-5px to: textXOff,, textXOff2, textXOff3, IconXOff)

    3. just move the text and icon..
     
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    I don't know how come it didnt look center in my TV, and it's so obvious that I think I should change it

    btw, I did 2. and it works for the season, but for the episode list, it's still look a little bit off (see screen shot). I think I should change value of episode date to the left a little bit, but not sure which value should i change

    Thanks again

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