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How to make a GUI Skin for the DVBViewer Pro

http://en.DVBViewer.tv/wiki/GUI_SkinCompiler

 

Since version 2.0 you can make your own skin.

All what you need for this you can find here in the Skin Editor Package.

If you create a skin you can post it here in this thread as attachement.

As example i post my old testskin. Maybe it is not the great art, but it was my first step with this skin editor.

What says an old DVBViewerMember? : "Happy skinning!" :idiot:

Steffen

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PLEASE USE THIS THREAD ONLY TO POST NEW SKINS. NOT FOR DISCUSSION!! THANX.

 

BITTE BENUTZT DIESEN THREAD HIER NUR ZUM POSTEN NEUER SKINS. NICHT ZUR DISKUSSION!! DANKE.

 

 

BTW: In this thread (in german) you can read how to mod the colors of a skin: Forum-Link

 

Skin-FAQ:

Q: How to install the skins?

A: You'll get them in the DVBViewer-Service-Center. Unzip the file and put the files with the .skin extension into the skin-directory of your DVBViewer Pro installation...

Then go to Options in DVBViewer and select the skin you want. Skins work only with the Pro-Version, not with the GE- and TE-Versions.

 

Q: What are the skin-sources good for?

A: If You want to alter a skin to your personal needs, then you need the skin-sources. The skin-sources can be found in the DVBViewer-Service-Center.

 

Q: What about the copyrights?

A: I just changed the colors of this skin. The copyright remains at the designer of the default-skin: AFAIK: Christian Hackbart.

 

Q: What do I need the skin-compiler/skin-viewer for?

A: If you changed the sources of a skin or if you made your own skin you need to compile the sources into a single .skin-file. This skin-editor can be found in the DVBViewer-Service-Center.

 

Q: My question is not answered in this FAQ, what now?

A: Go to the DVBViewer Forum, read the forum-rules and ask your question there.

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DEFAULT SKIN

V1.3: Minor color-bugs fixed -> e.g. volume-sourroundings were a bit too light

V1.2: Minor positioning-bug in radio.ini fixed -> position/volume/mute was 1 pixel to high

V1.1: The default-skin delivered with DVBViewer® 2.0 R0/R1 didn't include the radio-skin -> this one does

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DEFGOLD SKIN

 

V1.4: Minor color-bugs fixed -> e.g. volume-sourroundings were a bit too light

V1.3: Minor positioning-bug in radio.ini fixed -> position/volume/mute was 1 pixel to high

V1.2: Changed color of highlighted menue-bar-text -> from grey to brown

V1.1: Fixed the DVBViewer®-Logo in the upper left corner of the radio-skin -> it was to dark

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DEFGREEN SKIN

 

V1.2: Minor color-bugs fixed -> e.g. volume-sourroundings were a bit too light

V1.1: Minor positioning-bug in radio.ini fixed -> position/volume/mute was 1 pixel to high

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DEFBLUE SKIN

 

V1.3: Minor color-bugs fixed -> e.g. volume-sourroundings were a bit too light

V1.2: Minor positioning-bug in radio.ini fixed -> position/volume/mute was 1 pixel to high

V1.1: Unimportant bug in the preview-picture -> fixed

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DEFBLUEPINK SKIN

 

V1.3: Minor color-bugs fixed -> e.g. volume-sourroundings were a bit too light

V1.2: Minor positioning-bug in radio.ini fixed -> position/volume/mute was 1 pixel to high

V1.1: Unimportant bug in the preview-picture -> fixed

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DEFPINK SKIN

 

V1.2: Minor color-bugs fixed -> e.g. volume-sourroundings were a bit too light

V1.1: Minor positioning-bug in radio.ini fixed -> position/volume/mute was 1 pixel to high

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DEFROSE SKIN

 

V1.2: Minor color-bugs fixed -> e.g. volume-sourroundings were a bit too light

V1.1: Minor positioning-bug in radio.ini fixed -> position/volume/mute was 1 pixel to high

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DEFNITEBLUE SKIN

 

V1.0: Minor color-bugs fixed -> e.g. volume-sourroundings were a bit too light

(It's still not perfect, but I really don't have time by now....)

V0.9a: Only beta version by now....Don't expect to much before january 2004

V0.9: Minor positioning-bug in radio.ini fixed -> position/volume/mute was 1 pixel to high

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DEFAULT GER SKIN (Deutsch)

 

V1.1: Minor kerning-fixes, minor colour-fixes, edited .ini's

V1.0: Thanx to "Unauthorized" for making this translation into the german language

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Ich habe diese Frage schon oft gestellt. Im Forum gieng sie immer unter und per PM wurde mir nach mehreren Verweisen gesagt er werde in den nächsten Tagen released und es gebe vielleicht einen Skincontest. Das ist jetzt schon 2 Monate her.

 

I asked this often, too, but in the forum I mostly got no answer. Then, 2 month ago me was told it will be released in the next days. (sorry for this very bad english :D )

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This skin was made by AIS (www.ais.sk) and is part of the DVBViewer setup.exe version 3.2.2 and higher. (Therefore it is not included in the downloadable skin-package.)

 

PLEASE USE THIS THREAD ONLY TO POST NEW SKINS. NOT FOR DISCUSSION!! THANX.

BITTE BENUTZT DIESEN THREAD HIER NUR ZUM POSTEN NEUER SKINS. NICHT ZUR DISKUSSION!! DANKE.

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OKeh Grey

 

Version: 1.1

Author: OKeh

 

window_grey.png

 

radio_grey.png

 

Attention: The skin works only with DVBViewer 3.2.4+

 

 

Download in Members Area

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admi-ral,

 

okehgrey skin is integrated in the posting.

It is just the link below the screenshot of the radio station.

 

the link is pointing to an arcor.de address.

 

 

HTH

NameIt

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OKeh Blue

 

Version: 1.0

Author: OKeh

 

window_blue.png

 

radio_blue.png

 

Attention: The skin works only with DVBViewer 3.2.4+

 

 

Download in Members Area

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OKeh Green

 

Version: 1.0

Author: OKeh

 

window_green.png

 

radio_green.png

 

Attention: The skin works only with DVBViewer 3.2.4+

 

 

Download in Members Area

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OKeh Orange

 

Version: 1.0

Author: OKeh

 

window_orange.png

 

radio_orange.png

 

Attention: The skin works only with DVBViewer 3.2.4+

 

 

Download in Members Area

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OKeh Yellow

 

Version: 1.0

Author: OKeh

 

window_yellow.png

 

radio_yellow.png

 

Attention: The skin works only with DVBViewer 3.2.4+

 

 

Download in Members Area

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OKeh 2

 

Version: 1.0

 

okeh2skin_window.png

 

okeh2skin_radio.png

 

 

Download in Members Area

 

Source: okeh2source.zip

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OKeh 2 German (RDS)

 

Version: 1.0

 

okeh2ger_window.png

 

okeh2ger_radio.png

 

 

Download in Members Area

 

Source: okeh2ger_source.zip

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Hi all.

I would like save skin but i don't understand this

Compiling a skin

To add a skin into the DVBViewer it is necessary to compress and compile it before. For compiling the skin directory all you need is to use the commandline tool "compressor.exe". The command: "compressor dvbexample.skin C:\program files\skinedit\skin\"compiles the skin located in the "c:\program files\skinedit\skin\" directory..

Who can tell me what can i do that?

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