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  1. Decided to rewrite the Editor in WPF (from winforms) and as you'll see the benefits of doing so are obvious.
  2. y2guru

    "Bedroom" Theme

    ill be interested to see what it can do 🙂
  3. y2guru

    XAML Tips and Tricks

    yes it can still be turned on, I just turned them off in this example as I didn't have other graphics to leverage with the video borders I imported
  4. y2guru

    XAML Tips and Tricks

    Following on from yesterdays video as i was pushed for time and i hadn't implemented box art. There is a lot more going on with this theme editor than you may think... this video will demonstrate that platform specific overrides can be applied to a given view and at runtime they are realized. It must be noted that the best way to achieve the desired look as you will see in the video is to simply change the default settings, i just didn't want to delete/change my default settings as i am still testing.
  5. y2guru

    XAML Tips and Tricks

    you and me both Rince!
  6. y2guru

    XAML Tips and Tricks

    you are exactly right !!! there are some highly talented graphics artists on here and i know or hope that they could use this to realize their ideas.
  7. y2guru

    XAML Tips and Tricks

    Thanks Jason! well i can think of 3 (myself included) hahaha.
  8. y2guru

    XAML Tips and Tricks

    as promised Jason, heres the youtube video with your answer on display 🙂
  9. y2guru

    XAML Tips and Tricks

    hahaha no worries and I didn't mean today. I'll create a new youtube video and provide the link. I appreciate the quick answer though and you'll see by the video why I needed it 🙂
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    Y2Guru Clear Logos Style 2

    and I think ive been pretty patient up until this point.
  11. y2guru

    XAML Tips and Tricks

    worked like an absolute champ Jason!! any other hidden bindings we should be aware of? 😉 btw... separate topic, I would like to show you something that's been in development for 2 months, @Rincewind has been graciously helping, if you're interested I would like to setup a twitch stream with the 3 or so of us.
  12. y2guru

    Y2Guru Clear Logos Style 2

    constructive ideas are always welcome, but comments such as …. "im a visualist, i know if things look good or crap or boring, or interesting, and what others will think" is counterproductive, a lot of time, effort and creative energy goes into the creation of Graphics, Videos and Themes and with a comment like that you are just pissing on their creations, so far I have not seen any contributions to this forum by you, so perhaps you should think before you type.
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    Y2Guru Clear Logos Style 2

    Like I said, once I'm done with the editor you can define the theme however you like (without coding) and if you don't want to do that then you can always learn how to code.
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    Y2Guru Clear Logos Style 2

    welcome to our world!
  15. y2guru

    XAML Tips and Tricks

    @Jason Carr I'm back in XAML mode, so my question is in regards to Device Images... specifically when selecting a game, is there a binding value I use to acquire the selected/active game's platform device image path? Used in a platform View: Source="{Binding Path=ActivePlatform.DeviceImagePath}" Alternative in game view? Source="{Binding Path=ActiveGamePlatform.DeviceImagePath}" (I know it doesn't work) I would hate to point to my own folder containing the device images as that defeats the purpose of having common images in 1 location, so hopefully you have an easy answer.
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