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  1. Having a parameter like this in place would make it easier to make auto-populated playlists with games with the top star-ratings in an extensive collection, while also weeding out obscure games with a single digit amount of star ratings. Among some of the most revered games of all time, it is not uncommon to see the most unknown arcade games or licensed kids games for GBC all because they have one 5-star rating. If one had the ability to limit the resulting titles to those that have been rated, say, at least 10 times, it would create a better-curated collection of heavy hitters, and automatically, too! It would also be great to have the option to arrange game collections or playlists by "amount of star ratings", as Launchbox's star-rating count can often show which games are the most popular among users.
  2. HexControls View File A collection of custom user controls to make custom themes easier. I will be updating the tool periodically with new features. Install for use Download HexControls.dll place the file in the plugins folder in your theme Screenshots Control. Description A control to randomly display a list of screenshots available for a game. It will stretch itself to the bounds of the container it is placed in. Default Use in a Theme <Hex:Screenshots/> Advanced Use Using the properties below will allow the user to effect the maximum number of screenshots shown, spacing and border controls Properties ScreenshotBorderColor: Border Color ScreenshotPanelOrientation: "Vertical" or "Horizontal" Direction Screenshot span ScreenshotMaxImages: Number of maximum screenshots shown (Default is 4) ScreenshotBorderSize: How thick the border around the screenshot is. Setting the bordersize to zero will remove the border ScreenshotCornerRadius: Curve around all edges of a scrrenshot ScreenshotMarginSize= Space Between each screenshots edge Example <Hex:Screenshots ScreenshotBorderColor="Blue" ScreenshotPanelOrientation="Vertical" ScreenshotMaxImages="10" ScreenshotBorderSize="15" ScreenshotCornerRadius="13" ScreenshotMarginSize="5" Grid.Column="15" Grid.Row="3" Grid.RowSpan="15" Grid.ColumnSpan="15"> </Hex:Screenshots> Star Rating Default Use in a Theme In a Game view call <Hex:StarRating /> Pretty much it for the default use. The control will size to whatever space it is placed in. This will get you a red star with white border for an on star and a black star with white border for an off star. Advanced Use I've set up the control to allow users to do two things: Modify the color properties for Star On/Star Off and their border Modify two Star vectors layered on top of each other; this has been created to allow for more vibrant star designs using transparency. Properties: ColorOnStarOneFill - On Fill Color for Star one ColorOnStarOneBorder - On Border Color for Star One ColorOnStarTwoFill - On Fill Color for Star Two ColorOnStarTwoBorder - On Border Color for Star Two ColorOffStarOneFill - Off Fill Color for Star One ColorOffStarOneBorder - Off Border Color for Star One ColorOffStarTwoFill - Off Fill Color for Star Two ColorOffStarTwoBorder - Off Border Color for Star Two StarsMarginSize - Margin Between Each star BorderStarOneSize - Size of the Border for Star One BorderStarTwoSize - Size of the Border for Size Two So, using these settings <Hex:StarRating Panel.ZIndex="1000" Grid.Column="11" Grid.Row="1" Grid.ColumnSpan="10" Grid.RowSpan="3" HorizontalAlignment="Left" VerticalAlignment="Top" ColorOnStarOneFill="#BBC49A6C" ColorOnStarOneBorder="#11111111" ColorOnStarTwoFill="#BBC49A6C" ColorOnStarTwoBorder="#11FFFFFF" ColorOffStarOneFill="Black" ColorOffStarOneBorder="White" ColorOffStarTwoFill="#66000000" ColorOffStarTwoBorder="White" StarsMarginSize="10" BorderStarOneSize="8" BorderStarTwoSize="20" SnapsToDevicePixels="True"/> Will give you a result like this. Submitter Hexxxer Submitted 07/18/2017 Category Third-party Apps and Plugins
  3. I was considering putting this in as a feature request, but I thought I'd get some feedback first from the community. I love the star rating feature, it was a great idea. But, it looks a bit clunky in 'details view,' taking up 3 whole rows. So, I have an idea for how to make it look a bit more attractive. Perhaps it could be an option, something like 'Display star rating as icon instead of text.' Anyways, here's a pic of what I came up with. Disclaimer: I do not actually believe 'The Addams Family: Pugsley's Scavenger Hunt is a 5 star game. Picture is for demonstration purposes only.
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    A collection of custom user controls to make custom themes easier. I will be updating the tool periodically with new features. Install for use Download HexControls.dll place the file in the plugins folder in your theme Screenshots Control. Description A control to randomly display a list of screenshots available for a game. It will stretch itself to the bounds of the container it is placed in. Default Use in a Theme <Hex:Screenshots/> Advanced Use Using the properties below will allow the user to effect the maximum number of screenshots shown, spacing and border controls Properties ScreenshotBorderColor: Border Color ScreenshotPanelOrientation: "Vertical" or "Horizontal" Direction Screenshot span ScreenshotMaxImages: Number of maximum screenshots shown (Default is 4) ScreenshotBorderSize: How thick the border around the screenshot is. Setting the bordersize to zero will remove the border ScreenshotCornerRadius: Curve around all edges of a scrrenshot ScreenshotMarginSize= Space Between each screenshots edge Example <Hex:Screenshots ScreenshotBorderColor="Blue" ScreenshotPanelOrientation="Vertical" ScreenshotMaxImages="10" ScreenshotBorderSize="15" ScreenshotCornerRadius="13" ScreenshotMarginSize="5" Grid.Column="15" Grid.Row="3" Grid.RowSpan="15" Grid.ColumnSpan="15"> </Hex:Screenshots> Star Rating Default Use in a Theme In a Game view call <Hex:StarRating /> Pretty much it for the default use. The control will size to whatever space it is placed in. This will get you a red star with white border for an on star and a black star with white border for an off star. Advanced Use I've set up the control to allow users to do two things: Modify the color properties for Star On/Star Off and their border Modify two Star vectors layered on top of each other; this has been created to allow for more vibrant star designs using transparency. Properties: ColorOnStarOneFill - On Fill Color for Star one ColorOnStarOneBorder - On Border Color for Star One ColorOnStarTwoFill - On Fill Color for Star Two ColorOnStarTwoBorder - On Border Color for Star Two ColorOffStarOneFill - Off Fill Color for Star One ColorOffStarOneBorder - Off Border Color for Star One ColorOffStarTwoFill - Off Fill Color for Star Two ColorOffStarTwoBorder - Off Border Color for Star Two StarsMarginSize - Margin Between Each star BorderStarOneSize - Size of the Border for Star One BorderStarTwoSize - Size of the Border for Size Two So, using these settings <Hex:StarRating Panel.ZIndex="1000" Grid.Column="11" Grid.Row="1" Grid.ColumnSpan="10" Grid.RowSpan="3" HorizontalAlignment="Left" VerticalAlignment="Top" ColorOnStarOneFill="#BBC49A6C" ColorOnStarOneBorder="#11111111" ColorOnStarTwoFill="#BBC49A6C" ColorOnStarTwoBorder="#11FFFFFF" ColorOffStarOneFill="Black" ColorOffStarOneBorder="White" ColorOffStarTwoFill="#66000000" ColorOffStarTwoBorder="White" StarsMarginSize="10" BorderStarOneSize="8" BorderStarTwoSize="20" SnapsToDevicePixels="True"/> Will give you a result like this.
  5. As my first attempt at anything WPF programming related, I decided to try my hand at creating a custom star ratings tool. Install for use Download HexControls.dll place the file in the plugins folder in your theme add the reference xmlns:Hex="clr-namespace:HexControls;assembly=HexControls" Use in a Theme In a Game view call <Hex:StarRating /> Pretty much it for the default use. The control will size to whatever space it is placed in. This will get you a red star with white border for an on star and a black star with white border for an off star. Advanced Use I've set up the control to allow users to do two things: Modify the color properties for Star On/Star Off and their border Modify two Star vectors layered on top of each other; this has been created to allow for more vibrant star designs using transparency. Properties: ColorOnStarOneFill - On Fill Color for Star one ColorOnStarOneBorder - On Border Color for Star One ColorOnStarTwoFill - On Fill Color for Star Two ColorOnStarTwoBorder - On Border Color for Star Two ColorOffStarOneFill - Off Fill Color for Star One ColorOffStarOneBorder - Off Border Color for Star One ColorOffStarTwoFill - Off Fill Color for Star Two ColorOffStarTwoBorder - Off Border Color for Star Two StarsMarginSize - Margin Between Each star BorderStarOneSize - Size of the Border for Star One BorderStarTwoSize - Size of the Border for Size Two So, using these settings <Hex:StarRating Panel.ZIndex="1000" Grid.Column="11" Grid.Row="1" Grid.ColumnSpan="10" Grid.RowSpan="3" HorizontalAlignment="Left" VerticalAlignment="Top" ColorOnStarOneFill="#BBC49A6C" ColorOnStarOneBorder="#11111111" ColorOnStarTwoFill="#BBC49A6C" ColorOnStarTwoBorder="#11FFFFFF" ColorOffStarOneFill="Black" ColorOffStarOneBorder="White" ColorOffStarTwoFill="#66000000" ColorOffStarTwoBorder="White" StarsMarginSize="10" BorderStarOneSize="8" BorderStarTwoSize="20" SnapsToDevicePixels="True"/> Will give you a result like this. Pretty weird right? Well have a go and see what you can come up with. HexControls-0.5.zip
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