Hmmm. I run on NT -- Elrod: did you say that it works on 95? This used to
work on your machine? Hmmmm. Also, I've fixed some random bugs here and
there -- you may want to try again after I commit the latest batch of
changes.

Also, TransIndex got changed to TransColor for loading/performance reasons
on Linux. I changed your visions skin to work with TransColor. Check out the
attachment.


--ruaok         Freezerburn! All else is only icing. -- Soul Coughing

Robert Kaye -- [EMAIL PROTECTED]  http://moon.eorbit.net/~robert
----- Original Message -----
From: Valters Vingolds <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Tuesday, September 28, 1999 1:36 PM
Subject: theme.ui (cvs 28.09 code) visualization problems


> (I use Win98,VoodooBanshee clone, 1280x1024 video)
>
> Basically, no visualization there.
> NO ANY. I looked and saw that MaskBlitRect has reverted to some
> code that does not use that MaskBlt that only works on NT, but still, not
a
> thing visible.
>
> I changed my video mode to 256 color - and it helped a little, window
> showed up, but without buttons visible. (Text windows and sliders seemed
to
> work)
> But still, no display at all on 16bit or 32bit video modes. It was not so
> some time ago... something is broken.
>
>
> I tried changing hDestDC to hRootDC in BitBlt calls, and that that made it
> to draw background (at coord 0,0) to screen, but nothing else. And no
> buttons too.
> What is going on?
>
> by the way... a bug!
> Parse:: constructor does not initialize m_iErrorLastLine, that leads to
> some wacky error reports...
> --
> Valters "WaTT" Vingolds
>
<!-- Liquified Visions theme by Valters Vingolds ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) -->
<!-- based on visions skin of rainplay by Bill Yuan -->

<Bitmap Name="Background" File="background.bmp"/ TransColor="#1800FF"/>
<Bitmap Name="Buttons" File="buttons.bmp"/>
<Font Name="San Serif" Face="Arial"/>

<Window Name="MainWindow">
    <BackgroundBitmap Name="Background" Rect="0, 0, 168, 79"/>
    <Controls>
        <ButtonControl Name="Prev">
            <Position Rect="7, 54, 24, 73">  
            <ControlBitmap Rect="0, 18, 71, 37" Name="Buttons"/>
        </ButtonControl>

        <ButtonControl Name="Quit">
            <Position Rect="150, 7, 157, 14">
            <ControlBitmap Rect="0, 0, 31, 7" Name="Buttons"/>
        </ButtonControl>

        <ButtonControl Name="Minimize">
            <Position Rect="139, 7, 146, 14">
            <ControlBitmap Rect="0, 9, 31, 16" Name="Buttons"/>
        </ButtonControl>

        <ButtonControl Name="Stop">
            <Position Rect="25, 54, 41, 73">
            <ControlBitmap Rect="0, 39, 67, 58" Name="Buttons"/>
        </ButtonControl>

        <ButtonControl Name="Play">
            <Position Rect="42, 54, 58, 73">
            <ControlBitmap Rect="0, 60, 67, 79" Name="Buttons"/>
        </ButtonControl>

        <!-- pause button looks crappy... I had to draw it -->
        <!-- please draw it properly if you can (I know I can't) -->
        <ButtonControl Name="Pause">
            <Position Rect="42, 54, 58, 73">
            <ControlBitmap Rect="0, 123, 67, 142" Name="Buttons"/>
        </ButtonControl>

        <ButtonControl Name="Next">
            <Position Rect="59, 54, 75, 73">
            <ControlBitmap Rect="0, 81, 67, 100" Name="Buttons"/>
        </ButtonControl>

        <!-- this one should be 'load song/playlist' type button -->
        <ButtonControl Name="Quit">
            <Position Rect="76, 54, 94, 73">
            <ControlBitmap Rect="0, 102, 75, 121" Name="Buttons"/>
        </ButtonControl>

        <!-- these rectangle positions are not really tested -->
        <!-- may need some adjustment -->
        <TextControl Name="Title">
            <Style Font="San Serif" Align="Left"/>
            <Position Rect="12, 22, 157, 36">
        </ButtonControl>

        <TextControl Name="Time">
            <Style Font="San Serif" Align="Right"/>
            <Position Rect="103, 38, 157, 53">
        </TextControl>

        <!-- not sure what more TextContols to put there -->

    </Controls>
</Window>            

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