Wide Icons...

Discussion in 'Improvement Suggestions' started by cold_realms, March 23, 2007.

  1. cold_realms

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    Summary: Implement Wide Icons

    Description: As this project was originally started from XBMC are there any plans on adding the wonderful (and great looking) wide icon support methods found in the current XBMC releases?
    These icons are wonderful for TV displays and really can add a VERY polished look to the whole interface. The Icons are 760 x 160 and the display methods include the full example below and a half size one that creates 2 columns of icons (perfect for season icons within shows)

    See here for an example
     
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    The MP-TVSeries plugin uses those kind of icons.

    Is a great plugin for organising your TV shows.
     
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