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nexusone13 [Template for Myst's Next Pixel 1.3 theme]
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nexusone13 [Add flags in your mix]
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 It is possible to delete templates that are not of interest to you by deleting the folder of the templates in question. It will still be copied when installing a new version of ARRM. It is possible to delete templates that are not of interest to you by deleting the folder of the templates in question. It will still be copied when installing a new version of ARRM.
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 ===== Template for Myst's Next Pixel 1.3 theme ===== ===== Template for Myst's Next Pixel 1.3 theme =====
  
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 They are located in the templates directory:  %appdata%\nexouille soft\arrm\ressources\templates They are located in the templates directory:  %appdata%\nexouille soft\arrm\ressources\templates
 +Unzip the zip file that corresponds to the resolution you want to use.
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 The list of consoles associated with a template appears in the template description. The list of consoles associated with a template appears in the template description.
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 +===== Add flags in your mix =====
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 +Since version 1.8.0.5 it is possible to add 2 flags in your mix.
 +The flags are in the form:
 +
 +{{arrm:eu.png}} {{arrm:us.png}} {{arrm:wor.png}}
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 +Note: ARRM uses the region recovered when scrape on Screenscraper. If you only want to recover this information, select 'No image, only text' in the 'Images Options' tab and start a scrape on Screenscraper.
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 +They can be integrated into your mixes. For this it is necessary to indicate the location of the two flags in the template. This is done with the tags ** <region1> ** and ** <region2> **. You must also indicate that you want to use the flags via the ** <region> true </ region> ** tag. Set it to ** 'false' ** or omit this tag if you do not want to display flags. By default, all ARRM templates have the ** <region1> ** and ** <region2> ** tags filled in, but the ** <region> ** tag is false (except for some templates with the indication '** with flags **', for which the ** <region> ** is enabled). Charge you to pass the ** <region> ** tag to **true** if you want to enable flags.
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 +Sample flags on template '** Standard 2 with flags **'
 +
 +<code>
 +<region>true</region>
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 +<custom_region1_x>625</custom_region1_x>
 +<custom_region1_y>2</custom_region1_y>
 +<custom_region1_width>70</custom_region1_width>
 +<custom_region1_height>70</custom_region1_height>
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 +<custom_region2_x>625</custom_region2_x>
 +<custom_region2_y>73</custom_region2_y>
 +<custom_region2_width>70</custom_region2_width>
 +<custom_region2_height>70</custom_region2_height>
 +
 +</code>
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 +It is also necessary to indicate on which layer you wish to display them. All ARRM templates already have the layers **region1** and **"region2** filled.
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 +Example of layers on template '** Standard 2 with flags **'
 +
 +<code>
 +<layer1>screenshot</layer1>
 +<layer2>boxart</layer2>
 +<layer3>marquee</layer3>
 +<layer4>region1</layer4>
 +<layer5>region2</layer5>
 +</code>
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 +Template rendering example with  '**Standard 2 with flags**' 
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 +{{arrm:sample_standard_2_flags.png}}
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 ===== List of templates ===== ===== List of templates =====
  
templates_available_en.1572638416.txt.gz · Dernière modification: 2019/11/01 21:00 de nexusone13

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