About This File
Here's my first (and probably last) Theme submission, if it wasn't for the work of @CriticalCid and his CriticalZoneV2 - BlueBox theme I probably would never have attempted this, but I had a lot of fun putting this together and now its time for me to focus on building my collection and correcting missing and incorrect artwork :-)
Special thanks to @CriticalCid @keltoigael @eatkinola and @Grila
Simply download, unzip and place the unzipped Y2Guru - Plain and Simple folder into LaunchBox\Themes\
Please read the Installation and Setup Guide.rtf located inside the Y2Guru - Plain and Simple folder.
I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed putting this theme and artwork together.
What's New in Version 2.0 See changelog
2.00 COMMUNITY Edition
The original Theme took about 2 months to put together and test, this version was created in about 4 hours using the COMMUNITY Theme Creator, this is not a straight up port, it is similar but ive added Text Views and animations (mainly because I am currently working/testing the new Animation Editor for the Theme Creator)
Completely optional download, if you liked the original then you might like this version. Let me know what you think.
Fixed some video and Icon alignment issues.
Controller, Battery and Time no longer the same color as Game Title (I thought it was too distracting)
Battery now shows charging status when portable device is being charged.
Total Games will no longer display when view Platform Categories or Playlists
1. Game View (Light, Medium and Dark Modes) fixed the Icon alignment of Star rating, favorite etc.. when no Game Rating (T-Teen, M-Mature) exists.
2. Platform view (Light, Medium and Dark Modes)
a) Fixed the text formatting for Media Type
b) When displaying platform categories the total games of 0 was displayed, now corrected. @shadowblind
3. Theme folder contained erroneous folders, I believe visual studio created them. Not required and removed from this zip @neil9000
I forgot to mention on here that this theme contains the Platform Clear Logos that you see in the screenshots, the folder contains a zip file containing all the layers that make up the logo in case you wish to make your own.
The Theme has 3 modes as mentioned above.... Light, Medium and Dark modes to suit your viewing preferences.
The Theme has been tested on both a desktop running in both 4K and 1080P (primarily) and extensively tested on a GPD Win 10, the battery indicator will only show up on devices that utilize a battery. thanks @Grila!