Well I thought I should try the newer modules using the xpaintclass, thinking they would fix some bugs I had whit earlier modules, some stuff were fixed okay like whit my xtray, it now properly works. but the problem I have is I can not put more than 1 image to anything. xtaskbar can only finds the xtaskbarImage but not xtaskbarHoverImage,xtaskbarNormalImage etc, same problem whit popups. it only uses the "Image" all "activeImage" or anything else doesn't work, the areas are completly transparent where they should be. Just like the commands doesn't exist or something.
Anyone know anything?
Some of the setting names changed slightly. In addition, you have to specify the "paintmode" for most everything now. The docs have a good explanation - look at the changelog, too.
I specified the paintmode, was quite obvious becouse nothing was painted before I specified it for anything, well I'll check the documentations again if I misspelt or missed something again. Have taken a few looks but can't hurt to take some more.
You need the painting mode for every state, eg xtaskbarhoverpaintingmode .image and so on. Its not inherited.
oh thx, gonna test that right away
And it works, THX!!!
can now use these newer modules instead of the older ones that dosen't use the xPaintclass :)
I'll contiue in same thread here as I have more questions reffering to the modules using XPaintclass.
text, well I can type "normal text" as random as I want in the "" xthing_Text "sjhagsdjaskj" it displayes sjhagsdjaskj as text. But things like [time] [date] [winampartist] etc in the "" like xthing_Text "[time] [date]" should display date and time like in the older modules not using xpaintclass. but now I get the text simple as displayed [date] [time] beeing of no use at all. How do I do for it to display the actual date and time or winamp artist and duch now. Haven't found anything in the help files reffering to this.
Do you have xStatClass installed?
Load xStatsClass after xPaintClass but before any of the x-modules.
From then on, something like: !LabelSetText date "[date('dd/mm/yy')]"
(although it doesn't need to be a bang, you can just set the text...
It's xan btw, recognize me?
yeah I recognize you xan, and thanks. xStatClass? haven't seen that mentioned anywhere before. I'll install that then.