tried that.. didnt change the background though.
while your at sonics ,open the test skin's skin.ini add this
and drop a background image in the skin file and add the name of the image to the path
works here , it should work thats how rr carwings dose it it looks for image if none then black
I just installed the new version, and no longer see cost per mile go up when I click in the Maintenance button
Now.... your probably not gonna like me... sorry.
But.... can there be at least an option to use the NumOSK for the fuel data entry? I would try to work around it, but your fuel entry button is a command that internally opens the NumOsk. If you can give me any internal commands that I can use for a work around that would even be great!
The numbers are much larger, and it is much easier to enter the numbers fast with the NumOSK -vs- the full OSK.
I already spent a couple hours building a new OSK, that is now no longer needed. I also created a new NumOSK with a nice large label area at the top for the instructions, I am hoping to be able to use it
Also, on the fuel screen in the original BMV2 skin that is used to clear the fuel data. It is doing nothing that I can tell.
do you care if its RRVM_numosk.skin? Basically the same thing as RRVM_OSK.skin is now.. an exact copy of numosk with the OSKTITLE label and RRVM_ENTER. If you dont care i can add a check for the rrvm_numosk.skin for fuel entry if its detected.
the clear button does nothing at this time... in the event i add it later its already in the demo skin.
Thats fine, as you mentioned one more skin in this beast is not going to hurt anything
Ok, couple things I noticed....
I added a recurring repair for an air filter. I told it 365 days, and 12 months. After completing it, it said I had 361 days remaining. Not that 4 days is a big deal, just something was not adding up somewhere.
I then highlighted the air filter, and reset it, got the confirm to reset and did. Now it says it has been 61,200 miles since I replaced it
here's my code for that the time remaining label
MaintenanceArrayCheck(ItemSelected,2) is your time interval as read from maintenance tracker.iniCode:Case "rrvm_timeremaining" ReturnLabel = Math.Round(MaintenanceArrayCheck(ItemSelected, 2) - TimeCounter(ItemSelected), 0, MidpointRounding.AwayFromZero)
TimeCounter(ItemSelected) is #TimeCount from maintenance tracker.ini
Let me see those your maintenance tracker if you dont mind.. maybe the numbers got recorded funny or something.
I'll solve the mileage thing after we fix this
Here is my MaintenanceTracker.ini:
Maintenance1=Oil Change;3000;90;24.95;Use WD 30
Maintenance2=Air Filter;12000;365;24.95;Use KDE-2145 Filter
When I go into history, and select the air filter it is showing the 65500. It seems to be pulling the total distance for the value when an item is reset.
Just to make sure I don't have the label in the wrong place I am using "RRVM_HISTORYMILEAGE"