speaking from experience...anytime i put commands in onskinstart, onsuspend, onresume, etc they dont work if they're in the skin'd exectbl.ini...
i dont know why, i know that the skin's file should override the main file...but for me it doesnt...
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I will refresh my RR code knowledge today and see how relevent this is....and if found put in a fix, as skin exectbl cmds should always trump the main file.
When I download RRFusion from the app store, there is no file extension. Does it just go in the Plugins folder and nothing else, or am I missing something etc? Thanks.
I had tried .exe, and it didnt work. Thanks for the .zip suggestion, worked great.
Sonic, is there any way you could add a command in the plugin to reload the RRFusion.ini? I am working on a skin that will allow you to set the inputs, name, relays and such from within the skin. The problem I ran into, is when I save the settings to the RRFusion.ini, a restart of RR is necessary.
I tried firing FBDISCONNECT, and then FBCONNECT, but that does not reload the .ini.
Something like "FBReload"?
I even tried this, and it somehow still remembers the settings in memory:
RRFusion is receiving a much needed update soon. I'm adding some features that make some of the existing features more accessible. Threshold Monitoring options will not be easily set via a GUI inside of RR. Monitors will no longer be limited to 1 per analog port. Threshold Monitoring will now allow commands to be run when the analog port exceeds and returns under a threshold. RRFusion will also soon be able to support multiple Fusion Brains. Lastly, i've created a new skin based on the default RR skin. Here are the images for the skins in the event you skinners want to get a grasp on the new concept.