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    How do I set up a blinking indicator?
    Searched and cant find anything.
    thanks

  • #2
    "INDICATORNAME:b" b as for blinking.

    It's all in skincommands.txt

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    • #3
      what kind of blinking indicator?
      MY build...a walk thru, finally getting to it

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      • #4
        Wow

        I thought it might have to do with a timer command or something.
        Super simple solution for a super simple guy.. me...
        thanks for much
        Cliff

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        • #5
          Sorry

          Didnt work. Do I need something else????

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          • #6
            It has to work...
            Do you have an OFF ON layer in your specific skin file? Look at the first lines.

            RoadRunner Skin
            RRScreen F-CNS(800x600Stretched)"audio
            Audio_off.png,Audio_off.png,Audio_down.png,Audio_d own.png

            Then you need two different images. Attached are two test images with the OFF and the ON state. Place the indicator over the words MUTE OFF with the code
            "MASTERMUTE:b" and it will blink red and black as in OFF/ON.
            On the Button "MUTE" have a command "MASTERMUTE" ahh what the hell, here is a test skin. Load it from your menu.skin with the command "MENU;TEST.skin"

            Copy and Paste, save it as TEST.skin

            RoadRunner Skin
            RRScreen F-CNS(800x600Stretched)"test
            Mute_off.png,Mute_off.png,Mute_down.png,Mute_down. png

            B,104,121,166,63,"MASTERMUTE",
            B,332,121,166,63,"EXIT",

            I,146,61,324,51,"MASTERMUTE:b"

            END
            Attached Files

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            • #7
              I bet that is it.

              I bet I dont have a on jpg that is on... I will check when I get home..

              Thanks

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              • #8
                That was it.

                My on jpg was the same as my off...
                stupid rookie mistake..

                thanks for all your help.

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