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Re: Georgia: A dynamically generated fb2k theme

Reply #300
Since Georgia 2.0.0 the Spider Monkey Panel is required instead of the JScript Panel.
See the detailed Georgia installation instructions here.

Re: Georgia: A dynamically generated fb2k theme

Reply #301
Version 2.0.3 released.

Also added a video to explain some of the new cdArt options/settings:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jplUBlRNos

Re: Georgia: A dynamically generated fb2k theme

Reply #302
 How to only use the embedded album art ? I try the cdArt setting to but cant seem to work. My folder usually contain many images, I dont want to delete all of them.

Re: Georgia: A dynamically generated fb2k theme

Reply #303
 Nevermind, found the setting in .json file.

 Sorry for double post cuz I cant delete it  :'(

Re: Georgia: A dynamically generated fb2k theme

Reply #304
All good. I'm working on something that will hopefully improve the discoverability of some of these settings/features, but we'll see if it makes it off the ground.

 

Re: Georgia: A dynamically generated fb2k theme

Reply #305
All good. I'm working on something that will hopefully improve the discoverability of some of these settings/features, but we'll see if it makes it off the ground.

@MordredKLB Can I change the upper font to look like the one at lower side ? The upper one is not looking good in my language.

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Re: Georgia: A dynamically generated fb2k theme

Reply #306
@MordredKLB Can I change the upper font to look like the one at lower side ? The upper one is not looking good in my language.
If you look closely the bottom one also does not look correct. Those characters just aren't available in the font so it's falling back to a thicker font that does contain them.

Fortunately this can be changed fairly easily. First let's change lines 94-96 to a font that will hopefully work better than either:
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	ft.title_lrg = font(fontLightAlternate, 34, 0);
ft.title_med = font(fontLightAlternate, 30, 0);
ft.title_sml = font(fontLightAlternate, 26, 0);

If that still doesn't improve things, change them to this which is the font currently being used on the bottom.
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	ft.title_lrg = font(fontLight, 34, 0);
ft.title_med = font(fontLight, 30, 0);
ft.title_sml = font(fontLight, 26, 0);

Re: Georgia: A dynamically generated fb2k theme

Reply #307

If that still doesn't improve things, change them to this which is the font currently being used on the bottom.
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	ft.title_lrg = font(fontLight, 34, 0);
ft.title_med = font(fontLight, 30, 0);
ft.title_sml = font(fontLight, 26, 0);


This solution work, not perfect but I'm happy as it is. Thanks you very much ;) .

PS: It's done so pls ignore my PM  :D

Re: Georgia: A dynamically generated fb2k theme

Reply #308
Hello, this is my first post on this forum, so apologies if I am breaking any rule.

Is there any way to remove the big pause icon located at the center of the album cover? I don't want it to show while the song is paused, I want to see that artwork clearly during the pause.

Re: Georgia: A dynamically generated fb2k theme

Reply #309
It doesn't look like it's optional so as a workaround for now, you can browse the Georgia folder and browse inside js and open ui-components.js in a text editor.

On line 21, there is a function that starts with

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    draw(gr) {

Insert this as the first line after it...

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return;

Re: Georgia: A dynamically generated fb2k theme

Reply #310
Thank you. Definitely needs to be added as an option.

 
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