Can I use the day/night events to switch the background image?
2001 S10 ZR2
Chucks Skin - to old
You can do that, and any other day/nigth task that might need to be done...
small fix for next version
RRCalc will right align the textbox to look more like a calc is supposed to look and keep the cursor at the right.
You can use "SaveToSkin;background;<path to file to use>||Reloadskin".
You will need the reloadskin on the end because rr will use the same set background for each screen once it has been loaded, even if you change it after.
Your example event commands in your Exectbl.ini might look like this.
ok from running the risk of getting called dumb again, i'm having problems here
1st off the day/night events, dos'nt seem to do anything,
1: X,RREXTENDED in plugins.txt and plugin in plugin folder (rr Root)
2: have the settings for this section in skin.ini
3: exetbl.ini i have
i'm assuming the the 1st 2 CMD's are for DNE_Enabled= false in skin.ini and the 2nd 2 are for DNE_Enabled= true.
but nothing is happening
RRNumosktocmd i do get the scr appear but the enter button (B,x,x,x,x,RRENTER)
is not working.
i'm using this line to launch
i thank you
No, all four of those are the custom cmds that it executes at those times. The reason you are getting nothing is that your "DNE_Enabled=false" is turning off that feature.
Try setting that to true, other than that, i'm not sure what fall back your using for the time/loc, ie current gps, static gps coords, static time or nothing with will use the hard coded times.
so its 1 or the other execute cmds
the switch yes i was hoping it was to turn off the automatic gps times so the end user can use their own times , which was read from the ini times .
because the gps mouse is on all the time i thought the plugin uses that and the switch ,switchs it off to use the fall back ,
The enable setting completely turns the feature On or Off. As for the fall backs, they are built in and work in the order thats posted. As of current, there is no way to specify which method to use for the time calculation.