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RΞfΔktΦR 1.7

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RΞfΔktΦR is a relatively simple text view-based theme showcasing videos and screenshots while keeping things clean. It's designed to work with either 16:9 or 4:3 displays, though you might need to tweak some settings using the configuration guide (out the box it's setup for 16:9). Due to its reliance on certain plugin features, the current version of this theme requires LB version 10+. It works with either WMP or VLC but runs more smoothly and uses less CPU with WMP. Refaktor is also now integrated with WootLauncher for a seamless experience.

NOTE: Unblocking the ZIP file will also unblock the DLLs (e.g., Ao.Bigbox.Themer.dll and others) contained therein, giving your computer permission to run these DLLs. This is an issue with all plugins you might download from this forum. It's a Windows security feature. You basically have to vouch for a file before Windows will use it. I liken it to how a MS office document you download from an email runs in Protected Mode until you unblock it for printing, editing, etc. Below is the error you'll see if you don't unblock the file, as well as a screenshot of the solution.

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What's New in Version 1.7   See changelog

Released

* FIXED: upgraded to Ao.Bigbox.Themer v3.9.7
* FIXED: moved environment info from options to system view
* FIXED: EnvironmentalInfoVM was causing a memory leak due to timer thread
* ADDED: configuration parameter AOConfig_ColorSaturationFactor (muted colors)

Ao.Bigbox.Themer Changelog...
https://forums.launchbox-app.com/files/file/1747-aobigbox-customs/

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1 hour ago, wallmachine said:

Nice change for info from OptionsView to SystemsView. Is it possible to hide the menu when its on the Back option.

I don't think that's possible on the System view; I know of no trigger to determine when the Back option is selected. Well, I take that back -- it's probably possible if you can get at the list's data model and find out when "Back" is the selected item ... but that would be a bit hacky and would break with different languages. It's much easier to hide this on the Options menu (you likely had it working way before -- I did in Refaktor). If I can properly fix the resource leak with EnvironmentInfo, moving this info back to the Options view might be the best solution.

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3 hours ago, eatkinola said:

I don't think that's possible on the System view; I know of no trigger to determine when the Back option is selected. Well, I take that back -- it's probably possible if you can get at the list's data model and find out when "Back" is the selected item ... but that would be a bit hacky and would break with different languages. It's much easier to hide this on the Options menu (you likely had it working way before -- I did in Refaktor). If I can properly fix the resource leak with EnvironmentInfo, moving this info back to the Options view might be the best solution.

Cheers, I'll leave it in OptionsView until I can figure it out on SystemView, if I do I'll let you know.

Edit: Never mind if it hides the menu then users won't know further menu options in this type of scenario so kinda pointless, best leave in OptionsView.

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