A couple of us were discussing but unsure the theme xml files support XSL scipting as this would help with theming even more.
I just tested the setting of a xsl file called into a xml file of a hub
there is no crash
But I stopped here
Hi, patatozor did you try the concatenation?
The whole purpose I am thinking for this purpose would be for “if statements” into the theme coding
Thinking it might be handy for loading box covers around folders and images.
Kind of along the lines of:
if foldername contains “DVD” then use DVD coverbox image
if foldername contains “TV” then use TV coverbox image
if foldername contains “HD,BR” use BR coverbox image
if foldername does not contain “DVD,TV,HD,BR” use generic coverbox image
[I know this is not the correct coding for any language but wanted to show what I was trying to accomplish]
Place all these coverbox images in the theme images folder and pull from there
Then these coverboxes would surround the folder image and any images contained within the folder.
Yes I tried all sort of concatenation in xml and the hub crashes
not tried with xsl
on the other side, I tested the @@poster value in text mode the see how the hub works
and it works with a temporary file stocked in the linux partition
I stopped all quickly because of the anger of my wife
the good way of xsl will be to load a specific local overlay png as moviesheet depending on the name of the video file
I think it’s possible
@@movisheet = @@filename+"_sheet.png"
I don’t remember what is the dynamic value for the video file name (@@filename ???)
Where is the link of WD for theme ?
Eureka : http://www.wdtvlive.com/themes
<xsl:variable name=“moviesheet” select=“concat(@@filename,’_sheet.png’)” />