DM 800 hd se i piconi na LCD

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    • probavao sam ja davno , i to na newnigma i na nemesis image , i na njima je to funkioniralo sasvim ok

      u postavkama se dalo naštimat da ti prikazuje picone na lcd monitoru

      e sad openpli to nema u postavkama,koliko mi je poznato barem , ali čitao sam negdje da bi se trebao editirat skin.xml da bi to radilo

      ali u to se nisam upuštao jer to nije moje područje
    • neznam123 wrote:

      probavao sam ja davno , i to na newnigma i na nemesis image , i na njima je to funkioniralo sasvim ok

      u postavkama se dalo naštimat da ti prikazuje picone na lcd monitoru

      e sad openpli to nema u postavkama,koliko mi je poznato barem , ali čitao sam negdje da bi se trebao editirat skin.xml da bi to radilo

      ali u to se nisam upuštao jer to nije moje područje

      Da znaci u pitanju su stariji image .Mozda neko ima iskustva sa piconima na lcd kada su u pitanju noviji original image za sim a8p na kome bi to funkcionisalo kako spada.
    • Ludi Pera wrote:

      Na newnigmi se to lako podesi a za PLi neznam ni ja a volio bih znati kako.


      Naisao sam na neko upustvo na engleskom ali jezici mi nisu jaca strana pa ako neko hoce da prevede i napise kako se to da odraditi bio bih mu zahvalan.U svakom slucaju valjace nekom.













      After seeing a recent thread on this and having some spare time
      today I thought I'd have a play around with this today. I've tried all
      this on the latest OpenPLi image.

      First thing I've found out is that the picon renderer won't resize the
      image when it comes to picons on the OLED so you either have to have a
      differing set of picons for the OLED or you can display the full size
      picons as they are on the OLED but obviously bits will get cut off.

      The other thing is that I had read is that the file
      /usr/share/engima2/skin_display96.xml needs to be edited but as this
      file is a system file a subsequent online update (if you're that brave)
      can overwrite this file so your changes disappear.

      For custom user based changes enigma2 provides a mechanism, you basically put your changes in /etc/enigma2/skin_user.xml, the contents of this file get overlayed with files like skin_display96.xml so that the contents of skin_user.xml take precedence.

      Anyway, enough of the boring stuff, the net result is leave skin_display96.xml alone, create the file skin_user.xml put the following content in it:

      Code:

      <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
      <skin>
      <screen name="InfoBarSummary" position="0,0" size="96,64">
      <widget source="session.CurrentService" render="Picon" position="0,0" size="100,60" zPosition="0">
      <convert type="ServiceName">Reference</convert>
      </widget>
      </screen>
      </skin>

      restart enigma2 and hopefully it should start displaying picons in
      the OLED. The key to the above working is size="100,60" which is the
      size of the standard HD picons, from what I've found, alter this and
      you'll get nothing being displayed. If you really want a differing set
      of picons for the OLED then you could add the following
      path="picon_oled" so the line above becomes:

      Code:

      <widget source="session.CurrentService" render="Picon" position="0,0" size="100,60" zPosition="0" path="picon_oled">

      It will then look for the picons in the folder picon_oled but
      don't forget to alter size="100,60" to match the actual size of the
      picons in that folder.

      You can also add the following extra lines:

      Code:

      <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
      <skin>
      <fonts>
      <font filename="nmsbd.ttf" name="FdLcD" scale="90"/>
      </fonts>

      <colors>
      <color name="fullred" value="#ff0000" />
      <color name="black" value="#000000" />
      </colors>

      <screen name="InfoBarSummary" position="0,0" size="96,64">
      <widget source="session.CurrentService" render="Picon" position="0,0" size="100,60" zPosition="0">
      <convert type="ServiceName">Reference</convert>
      </widget>
      <widget source="session.RecordState" render="FixedLabel" text="Rec" position="70,41" size="24,12" font="FdLcD;12" zPosition="1" noWrap="1" backgroundColor="fullred" foregroundColor="black" halign="center" valign="center">
      <convert type="ConditionalShowHide"></convert>
      </widget>
      </screen>
      </skin>

      which will display the word "Rec" on the OLED when the box is
      recording but the text is red and so small and it being visible depends
      on the what's being displayed on the OLED but I'm looking at this at the
      mo.

      Please note that all resources that any lines you add need to be
      included, so even though I've only added the text "Rec" above, as it
      makes use of a particular font and foreground and background aliases
      they all have to be included for the extra lines to work.

      Lastly, any alterations can be added to skin_user.xml, so for example if you want to change the size of the subtitles, then copy and paste the relevant bit from skin_subtitles.xml, paste it into skin_user.xml,
      edit it and save and hey presto, after a restart of enigma2 your
      alterations will be active. The other good thing seems to be that if you
      mess up the contents of skin_user.xml it seems to ignore them from what I've seen, but don't quote me on this.

      Sorry to waffling on above but thought I'd explain rather then dump.
    • Znaci ovo ne funkcionise?

      zašto ne?
      samo što se meni nesviđa izbor boje :)

      Imas li ti mozda Josipe iskustva sa piconima na lcd od boxa?


      kod mene na gigi rade lcd piconi tj oni isti što koristim na skinu.

      dovoljno je otiči u menu/sistem/display/skin septup


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