I'm at 800x600.
I'm at 800x600.
Is anybody else experincing an issue where the Zoom Out button won't stay docked to the left of the screen?
I'm working on a simple, clean skin, but can't seem to get past this issue :(
Here is a Screen Cap of what I'm seeing:
When first starting IGSkinner
After stretching the window a little wider:
I get the same thing... I think it may be the size of the iguidance window before it is embeded into iGSkinner, cause RR resizes IGSkinner, but IGSkinner needs to resize iGuidance, which is what is failing...Quote:
Originally Posted by wysocki
If I use a blank skin for GPS on RR, and then set the offset on RR to offset the app by -141 on the top, and some offsets on the sides, I can get a FULL SCREEN iGuidance, with no borders, only a status bar... since I cannot set that in RR... but it is still way taller that what I need, once I put the skin back on the RR GPS screen, that shows me that it is possible to make the Iguidance window tall enough...
I can actually get way more screen then iGSkinner can... so I dont think this is a limitation of windows, I think its a limitation of the resizing methods being used in iGSkinner...
I already reported this bug... I think this is because the positioning is relative to the window when it is first opened, and then with you resize, it stays in place... If you maximize on 800x480 or 800x600 do you see borders?Quote:
Originally Posted by foltster
0l33l... can you change what size iGSkinner is when it first opens? that may be the problem... have it open to maximized (detect the rez, and open at that size)... cause i noticed it always starts small, and that seems to be the height I get stuck at, maybe if you start it bigger, you can go bigger.... the screenshot with the nighttime iguidance with my buttons was RR WITHOUT iGSkinner... just photoshopped the buttons on, to show what i want it to do...
Again.. this screen shot is NOT using iGSkinner, it is RR embeding iGuidance with offsets in the .skin file, and then I photoshopped the buttons on...
I like the way that looks Rixst3r. Any timeframe you guys think that will be functional? It might be what I need to finally switch to RR from Frodo.
You don't get it off the screen. You just mask it with the application that is embedding it. Again, I'm not sure about Oleel's algorithm, but I've tried mine on 5 different PCs with different configurations and they all run my app as intended. No need to mess around with delay timings.
/me winks at Oleel
I haven't used iGSkinner because it does more than I care for, so I wrote a small app just to get rid of the nag removal and for the embedding. I haven't bothered with making the buttons bigger. IMO, a 7" screen is small enough as it is to give up real estate to bigger icons. As you can see, I've made the volume and menu button disappear, but they are still useable.
Actually, When I embed into RR @ 848x480 or 800x600, I get no borders, and the Zoom buttons are actually placed correctly.Quote:
Originally Posted by RiXst3r
Here is an actual screenshot of my skin embedded
I'm not sure why the "resize" issue isn't showing up when embedded, but I assume it has to do with how RR resizes the window prior to embedding.
Private Sub Form_Resize()
MoveWindow rHwnd, -5, -70, (Width / Screen.TwipsPerPixelX) + 5, (Height /Screen.TwipsPerPixelY) + 88, True
rHwnd is the window handle for iGuidance.
Wow, this looks like just what I've been waiting for... I can't wait to try it out!