Hya - sorry for the delay in my reply - i've been busy playing with scripting.
I had alook through my system, and decided to do a fresh installation on my new ITX unit ( i've been playing with VB6 the past few weeks on the test rig) All is now fine. I have no idea why it wasn't working, but I don't care - it works now.
One thing I have realised, though, is that the DVD and Video apps lock up RR.... is this just a path problem, or have I missed something in the apps ?
I've Got Garmin Mobile PC to work now, and Destinator 7 - which I'm quite happy about. Altough GMPC does open up too high on the screen, blocking out the x and - buttons, but I can live with this for the time being.....
John and Blue, just made a small donation to you both to say thanks.
I live in UK, and I'm trying to get the weather sorted, but there seems to be no weather_europe.ini file in my \DFX4.0\weather\ folder, My DFX 4.o installer was downloaded on 9th August, which should be the most recent version according to the JohnWPB site. I know there were mentions of a patch, to replace/update modified files but can't find it, or it maybe that nothing has been released yet, if so I'll be patient
Can anyone advise ?
1. Change the folder name to Road Runner (with a space);
2. Make sure the button editor is in the DigitalFX 4.0 folder;
3. I believe I may have had the same issue a few months ago and eventually figured out that I was using an older version of the button editor. I seem to remember that there were two versions and the older one gave me trouble. The newer one is included with the DFX download, but for some reason I was using the older one. Try using the [ADDED BY JohnWPB Latest one from 09/23/08 in the FAQ (post #3 in this thread) ].
Yes, the new button editor is both 3.0 & 4.0 compatible, but the old one for 3.0 will not work as more was added to 4.0 and the 3.0 version is not equipped to handle the added buttons..
i just did a fresh install of the most up-to-date digitalfx and RR (i've always done it this way when updating my software)
now i'm having an issue as to where i go to change the 3D logo or anything in that same window where it should have a list and there's nothing there. not only that but i also have the same issue with browsing in the music browser, i recall changing an option\disabling a feature called iList but i can't find the option anywhere now, is it moved? am i unable to change this now?
i'm using the version of winamp the digitalfx or rr installer automatically installed...
P.S: going to Menu -> settings -> DFX skin settings has no option for iList there like it did in 3.0, so please, if you do respond on how to disable this at least consider i've looked everywhere that i could think of (everywhere meaning all through RRConfig and any menus i could get to within the UI itself without RR locking up on me because of the menu browsing issue.)
2006 Mazda 3 S Series
2.3L 4cyl Engine
- Commell LV-677 Motherboard
- Intel Core 2 Duo T5500 CPU
- Dual 512MB PC5300\667MHz RAM
- Seagate 80GB SATA HDD
- M2-ATX 160W PSU
- Dynamix 8" LCD Touchscreen
- VoomPC I Mini-ITX Case (Black)
Just thought I'd chime in and say thanks for the awesome skin!
I was having some trouble with RRMedia saying "Could not find File" and a few other things.
Turns out it was because I used the RR installer which defaults to "C:\Program Files\Road Runner" rather than "C:\Program Files\RoadRunner" (note the space in RoadRunner).
If anyone else has any troubles checking the above might be worth a shot
Still have to update to the new RRMedia however, still running the default version which comes with the skin.
For most typical install's the default RR path is "C:\Program Files\Road(space)Runner".
I Have a question/suggestion, not sure if it has been mentioned or asked before. Anyway, i have issue with the shuffle and repeat function. The functions work great, and it shows when pressed, but when not pressed i cant see it. This makes it hard to find, often time i just press in the corner kind of blindly hoping to hit the right spot. Also, it would be nice if it would remember the shuffle and repeat options upon resume. It remebers the song and position well.