-Drag the menu around with your mouse or touch screen
-Master Volume Wiper (Similar to CF3 song scrubber or a slider)
Can be a horizontal or vertical wiper. Depends on the dimensions when created. A horizontal rectangle creates a horizontal wiper, a vertical rectangle creates a vertical wiper.
-Jump buttons to make the menu jump up, down, left or right to a specific position
-Labels from RR
-RR Button commands sent to RR
-Fly the menu from one position to another (Can fly across the screen and land at a specified position)
-Drage Limits - Set position limitations for top, bottom left and right most positions you want the screen to be moved to. Default is with in the dimensions of the currently displayed RR skin.
-Autopopup - Menu can be moved to a position when commanded then returns to it's origin when a definable timer expires. This feature is good for warnings and menus you want to retract automatically.
-AutoPopUp feature compatible with SpeedZone - Special Feature Un-Released Version as of 10-29-2009
-Multiple Overlay screens at one time. Not sure on how many you can use, but there is no limitation on instances as long as each instance is using a different skin with unique filename.
Feature Requests and Comments are welcome in this thread
-Speed Zone compatibility will require that you use the speedlimit.exe downloadable below.
-Read the FlyToMenu-Commands.TXT for instruction
10-26-2009, 08:16 PM
10-29-2009 - First Release,Read FlyToMenu-Commands.TXT for instructions
10-31-2009 - Bug fix - Autopopup not returning to positiion after timer times out,Speed Zone not interfacing correctly
10-31-2009 - PM bug fix - Speed Zone Update label change for alerts
SHOW YOUR STUFF
If using this overlay plugin. Post a screen shot, youtube video or vimeo video to show what you were able to use this for.
10-26-2009, 11:48 PM
Wow, that is looking killer! Great work on the additions to ElCamino's plugin!
10-27-2009, 01:34 AM
this is a great addition Thunder , my only concern is CPU , as this plugin origanally did have some CPU issue in some cases ,
10-27-2009, 02:31 AM
It is a great idea, this menu stay the screen free and bigger.:dance:
Just one word , WONDERFULL
10-27-2009, 04:00 AM
CPU usage is pretty high when moving the menu around, but I have this working in my car now and it works pretty well.
I have a pentium 1.5ghz with 512mb ram in the car so shouldnt be too bad for most. I probably wouldn't recommend less than 1.5ghz and 512mb ram since it is a processor hog when moving the menu around. Using the jump buttons doesnt seem to use nearly as much though.