-Change the default green colour
Quote from: foomark on 03 October, 2012, 03:47:55 AM-Change the default green colourYou can already change the default green color.If you just go to the Format tab in the On-Screen Display options, select Volume Display in the drop-down list, and add:Code: [Select]$rgb(63,255,63)to the top of the Format text box. If you edit those numbers you can get any color you like. $rgb(255,0,0) will be red $rgb(0,0,255) will be blue, etc.
Is it possible to cache a value for the next time Interval Update happens?
E.g., I want to use %playback_time% (e.g., 0:15) to retrieve a substring from a tag. But I want that value to display for many seconds after 0:15, not JUST for the second between 0:15 and 0:16.
@kode54: Thanks for latest update to foo_osd! Now volume bar looks much nicer. Few questions/requests:1) How do I specify different foreground and background/outline colors for text and volume bar?
2) The background color I have set (black) is not being used for text outline (see screenshot below). Instead it seems to be inverting the foreground color. Can I set the outline to a fixed background color?
3) Why is text not centered on screen? Please can you adjust the calculations?