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Attached to Project: Rockbox
Opened by Hayden Pearce - 2010-07-12
Last edited by Alex Parker - 2010-07-31

FS#11472 - Missing Skin Tags from the Manual

Missing Tags from the Manual:

%ax

When prepended to a viewport declaration, the viewport will be horizontally mirrored if the user language is changed to an RTL language.
Alignment tags will also be mirrored also.

Supported Tags:
%Cl
%V
%Vl

Example: %ax%V(,,,,)

* %Vi(label,….) This viewport is used as Custom UI Viewport in case the theme doesn’t have a ui viewport set in the theme.cfg. Using ‘-’ for the label means it is used by default. Having this is strongly recommended since it makes you able to use Custom Status Bars with other themes. If label is set this viewport can be selectivly used as the Info Viewport using the %VI tag. *

%VI(label)

Set the Info Viewport to use the viewport labeled label

* %Vp(start,show if id3,show otherwise) Display the playlist viewer in the current viewport. The entire viewport will be used, so don’t expect other tags in the same viewport to work well
start - the offset from the current playing track for the playlist to start showing (0 is start at the current track, 1 is the next track, etc)
“show if id3” - Skin code to display if the track has been buffered (supported skins explained below)
“show otherwise” - Skin code to display if the track hasnt been buffered, really only the filename is know at this point. Supported Tags:
%pp
all tags starting in %i
most starting with %f
%pt
%s Example: %Vp|1|%pp - %it|%pp - %fn| will display the playlist position, then either the track title (from id3) or the filename. The viewer will display as many tracks as will fit in the viewport.
*

%Sr

Use as a conditional to define options for left to right, or right to left languages.

Example: %?Sr<RTL|LTR>

Closed by  Alex Parker
2010-07-31 12:48
Reason for closing:  Fixed
Additional comments about closing:  

Committed in r27637. As a note, quite a few of the tags listed here were already in the manual :)

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