Strange pixelation on MCE SKIN in ICON view (1 Viewer)

pmbsa

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Hi,

Just a note about something I noticed using the MCE skin, when I have it set to icon view, if I watch a movie and then go back to my movie selection, the screen is unreadable, it has strange blocks of colour all over the place, I have to exit MP to get it back to normal again, this only seems to happen like I said in ICON view, list view works perfectly.
 
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Hello,

I have the same problems with the mce skin. If I have activated Icon view in movie or music selection, some strange pixel blocs are all over the screen (Pic 1).
And I have a problem with the News selection. The Font is unreadable as you can see in Picture 2. This appens also when list view is activated and only on mce skin.
All other skins work perfect. The last plugin I have installed bevor I notice all this was the SmallIE Plugin. So I deleted all SmallIE plugin Files but nothing changed. I use version 00010.
Please take a look at the pictures to see what i mean.

Pic 1

Pic 2

MfG Bucky
 

MrMario64

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    this is because your graphics card cannot handle the animations.

    Turn the animations off in setup>general.
     
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    Anonymous

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    OK, thanks for support. It works fine without animation.

    I have also an ATI grafik (9500). Seems to be a special ATI card problem. Maybe. :|

    MfG Bucky
     

    MrMario64

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    it could also be something in our code ofcourse,
    Or driver? or setting in the driver?
    or who knows....

    If you guys can find out what it is please tell us and it could be fixed perhaps
     

    Molokoids

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    I have this one in mypicture only. Recently (this build i think).

    Only the first folder and the first pictures exhibit this.

    When animation is turned off, goes back to normal.

    Graphic card is FX5200 (WMR9 works fine with it).
     
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    Anonymous

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    Hi,

    I had the same problem here.
    But the problem was fixed when I updating Windows.
    Not sure which update was responsible for the fix, but I think it was the DirectX 9.0c update.

    All works fine now.
     

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