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    Quote Originally Posted by ballen View Post
    One thing I've noticed (and have just really quickly tested with this latest build) is that if you click on the bar across the top, or the media/back buttons, and then hover over one of the rounded buttons, it triggers the click animation.

    It's looking good though, I like the list scolling. Am looking forward to be able to have a look at the source and hopefully write some plugins when it gets to that stage.
    Yea it has to do with the skin designer not tracking the object thats transitioning directly. The full app wont have that problem.

    And on that note - the svn server is now all setup so that it updates nightly. Latest code should be up and accessible by anyone.

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    Ok things are finally moving in the right direction...about 90% of the basics are all done, just need some tweaking.

    Version 0.2 Attached and code submitted to subversion (may take up to an hour to show up)

    Important things to note:
    * Code is now fully modular and independent (Next version will be an alpha!!)
    * Included in this are the main menu and controlexample example highlevel plugins
    * The back button uses no global transition, while the more button uses a global crossfade

    Known Bugs:
    * Display scaling is off by a tiny bit (controls aren't resized properly for example in a fullscreen)
    * Images are loaded on each call. The image cache should be properly implemented in 0.3
    * Nested class implementations (for controls) are not always properly typed
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    Congrats.

    It's not too late to convince you that your efforts are better spent on nghost3 is it?

    Haha, no just kidding (partially). Really, good job. Sounds like you are headed in the right direction.
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    Good to see the basics have made it! Some projects dont make it that far. Working good on Xp and Vista. [hijack] - Kev, whats the latest thing goin' on with Linux ICE? Whats the projected date of V3? [/hijack]

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    Quote Originally Posted by kev000 View Post
    Congrats.

    It's not too late to convince you that your efforts are better spent on nghost3 is it?

    Haha, no just kidding (partially). Really, good job. Sounds like you are headed in the right direction.
    Thanks for the kind words guys...
    If I was more of a linux fan I would be all over the project - I think alot of our goals are the same - but im still trying to target the big 3.

    Either of you guys going to the Baltimore meet by any chance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by justchat_1 View Post
    Thanks for the kind words guys...
    If I was more of a linux fan I would be all over the project - I think alot of our goals are the same - but im still trying to target the big 3.

    Either of you guys going to the Baltimore meet by any chance?
    I will not be going to the Baltimore meet. I was entertaining the idea of going on a road trip, but work came up so I have to pass this year. I think (don't quote me) you will see some new OpenICE-derived stuff demo'd there. It will be very cool, bleeding edge stuff IMHO :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by justchat_1 View Post
    Thanks for the kind words guys...
    If I was more of a linux fan I would be all over the project - I think alot of our goals are the same - but im still trying to target the big 3.

    Either of you guys going to the Baltimore meet by any chance?
    Are you going to be there? I'd be interested in talking to you about some of this stuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by malcom2073 View Post
    Are you going to be there? I'd be interested in talking to you about some of this stuff
    Yup i'll be there....lookin forward to seeing and showing off some bleeding edge stuff

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    OpenMobile startup time now ~138ms

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    Screenshots from the big 3:

    Linux (Ubuntu Desktop)


    Windows (Windows 7)


    MacOS (OSX Leopard) - Thanks TeamRSX

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    Quote Originally Posted by justchat_1 View Post
    Screenshots from the big 3:

    Linux (Ubuntu Desktop)


    Windows (Windows 7)

    Work in progress... (Anyone running OSx and mono would be great)
    MacOS (OSx Leopard)
    Great job so far. I run leopard at home(10.5.6), never used mono, but have all the code compiled on my windows machine. I will try it tonight to see if i can get it working with mono and will post a screenshot if successful.

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