I noticed there's a difference now that the commands are located in skin.ini as opposed to exectbl.ini - they are not preceded nor end with quotations. I know that having the correct window name at the end of the command is key but i'm confused how to make it work now that the command is in skin.ini?? I've used:
RUN;C:\iGo8OEM\iGO-MySize.exe |-width=800 -height=470;iGO8
Run;C:\iGo8OEM\iGO-MySize.exe |-width=800 -height=470;iGO8 - PNA (the way it's in skin.ini)
The screen come-up and iGo starts but just don't embed. (i made sure the screen has an "A" window where i want it to embed)
I'm also running iGuidance so it's settings is in RRConfig. thus i have to insert the commands for iGo manually.
Appreciate any help.
Last edited by treetop777; 02-27-2011 at 09:15 PM.
Intel D945GCLF2 Dual Core ATOM
Lilliput 7" 629GL 2008 LED Backlight
BU-353 USB GPS Receiver / iGuidance / IGO8 / Garmin
M2-ATX Power Supply
RideRunner Front End / Various Skins
Windows XP SP3
I will have to check those refs and get back to you, thanks for rere-minding me...
That's Cool...Thanks for letting me know!! am looking forward to deleting songs on the go :-) I spend about 4-6 hours a day in the car using my Car PC so if you would like any help testing please let me know I would be GLAD to help :-)
Ok, a LOT has changed in the past couple months with Ride Runner. That being said, when the patch is released here soon, the latest RR will be needed. March 2011 will be needed for many of the new features. Features such as browse lists displaying better with capitol letters, new transparency for pop-up menu's and quite a few other little things and enhancements.
I know, I know, I have heard it numerous times "My system is stable, and I do not want to mess with it!". I had been that way for a long time too. Especially on a copy of the skin that will have to be packaged and released. The last thing I wanted was settings to get messed up somewhere!
That being said, I have personally ran the RR installer with each pre-release that has been built for the past couple months. Around 20 different ones actually! Each time, it has gone without a hitch. None of my settings have been altered, nothing in the skin.ini altered ect. The installer has come a long way in the past few months, and it does not mess with existing plugin's, settings and such when you install over an existing RR setup.
In the worst case, simply backup your entire RR folder, and if something did go wrong, you could easily revert back to it.
Blue ZX3 has put a lot of work into the patch, so that it will backup any files in the DFX dir when you install it. This way, if you changed a button on a skin, you can get that code from the backup folder and apply it to the new skin. Or in many cases, just put your skin back in place if nothing changed in it with the patch.
Thank you, sir!