At the risk of being flamed I'll ask a question I've been wondering about, since the topic was raised.
Is it possible to embed TWO applications in a skin? The commands look to me like they only support one application, which I've done, but I'd also like to embed a small web browser in the same skin.
Zotac N630I-D-E M/B w/ Nvidia 7100, E5300 cpu, Xenarc 700IDT, M2-ATX, XP, RR & DFX 5.1.
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RR Skin RED 2.0 http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/rr-s...red-2-0-a.html
Although I think support for it has waned.
dfx5 is days away now... i think this weekend i will install winxp to make my system dual-bootable with win7. this is just to make sure i can show off the voice support, as ive been telling people i will be able to do that soon.
dual booting os's wont be a bad idea anyway... i just had win7 crash itself upon a restart for no apparent reason, although after a couple runs of the auto-troubleshooter it fixed itself. but it would be nice to just have another os on there to just boot into if i need to.
edit: dbl post
i assume installing xp alongside a current win7 install is possible, isnt it? i have a feeling all you need to do is set up a separate partition and tell xp to install to that, because it should give you the option of what os you want to use upon bootup. just never tried it, most of the time you start with the older os and let the new os figure out how to keep things in order...
And another one from someone who said they succesfully embedded dash command. I have been through all the FAQ sections. I have been able to get it to launch externally with the run command, but that is it.
I am sure it is somthing I am not grasping. I am certainly not a coder, but have been building websites for years, and messed with Centrafuse for some time. I would really like everything to be moved over to RR, just need some guidance.
Yes, that would be correct, xp then win 7. Boot up will use the Win 7 as the boot manager and will an option to boot into xp as it will see it when installing. Doesn't work too well when doing it the other way around, been there...done that.