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Old 6th May 2011, 17:33   #41  |  Link
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good work guys keep it up how bout some new contributions to get this thread back up and runnin, rock on!!!
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Old 7th May 2011, 07:57   #42  |  Link
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I've just found out about this whole button thing - very nice!!

Razoola - they are grey until you load a movie becasue they are 'grey-out' as in unusable without a movie loaded.

When you load a movie, only play is blue, then when you press play the rest go blue too - showing that they are now active buttons.

Well, that's what happens here..
Same here

Its the one I've been using since it was first put on here. I do actually believe this should have been made the default one, at least until a much needed UI revamp is done. There's no point having a great media player if new users are put off by a truly archaeic snorefest of a UI!
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Same here

Its the one I've been using since it was first put on here. I do actually believe this should have been made the default one, at least until a much needed UI revamp is done. There's no point having a great media player if new users are put off by a truly archaeic snorefest of a UI!
I agree but sadly, most people seem to think it should remain a Windows 95 app.
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Old 13th September 2011, 12:00   #44  |  Link
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Made a ugly one.
Icons made by webdesignshock and oxygen-icons.


Download 16x16

I will make more as soon as I get some new pretty icons.
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Old 14th September 2011, 03:45   #45  |  Link
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Another one.


Download mpc_toolbar_light_16 [16x16]
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Another one.


Download mpc_toolbar_light_16 [16x16]
This one looks really nice! Maybe should be the new standard and come with the original package?
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Old 15th September 2011, 01:05   #47  |  Link
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This one looks really nice! Maybe should be the new standard and come with the original package?
The edge of buttons need more work. The current one has white line around it. This will cost some time on the alpha channel and I'm lazy... And I think it is a little too light. Will work on it later.
Since I am not a designer, I just put them together. Any advice of where can I get pretty icons will be appreciated.
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Old 27th November 2011, 10:26   #48  |  Link
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mpc_silver.zip (24x24)

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Old 27th November 2011, 11:49   #49  |  Link
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MPC-HC desperately needs at least one of these as a new standard toolbar. Should be one with big buttons! At least then it looks like its meant to be minimalist, the standard buttons are so antiquated that they just make he program look old and outdated, and not minimalist which would be much more ideal.
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Old 28th November 2011, 22:35   #50  |  Link
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Here's what in my opinion doesn't fit the minimalistic approach:

* The dated yellow volume icon (should be black and minimal)
* The 1-pixel "3D" border of the status bar (should not be there at all)
* The etched borders in the "Playlist" and "Subresync" panels (should mimic the ones in "Shader Editor")

Otherwise, I think MPC looks fine (and that everything, except the seek bar, is not really needed). A "standard" appearance is better than a skin that some people may love and others completely hate.
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Old 29th November 2011, 08:01   #51  |  Link
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Everything the devs at the time could change we changed. The icons are not the same as they used to be, we remade them from scratch. You obviously notice we kept most of the original style just made them a bit bigger and smoother.

As always if anyone can improve the looks of MPC-HC on a deeper level than just replacing the button images: Patches are welcome.
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Old 29th November 2011, 08:29   #52  |  Link
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Everything the devs at the time could change we changed. The icons are not the same as they used to be, we remade them from scratch. You obviously notice we kept most of the original style just made them a bit bigger and smoother.

As always if anyone can improve the looks of MPC-HC on a deeper level than just replacing the button images: Patches are welcome.
Then maybe you can do something about this http://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/mpc-hc/ticket/1598 cause I really can't see a reasonable reason for why it's not yet in the SVN
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probably coz it's ugly...
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Then maybe you can do something about this http://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/mpc-hc/ticket/1598 cause I really can't see a reasonable reason for why it's not yet in the SVN
Because no-one provided a updated patch, all i see in the ticket are pre-patched code files, which is not acceptable for easy review and commiting.
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Because no-one provided a updated patch, all i see in the ticket are pre-patched code files, which is not acceptable for easy review and commiting.
The patch it's against 3862 (follow the mediafire link http://www.mediafire.com/?nbb4gclb828ax) so to me it seems to be updated
But if needed it can be more updated thanks to Blitzker

@Kurtnoise it's a matter of taste but anyway it's OPTIONAL so nobody it's forcing you to use it (it's NOT enable by default)!
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The patch it's against 3862 (follow the mediafire link http://www.mediafire.com/?nbb4gclb828ax) so to me it seems to be updated
But if needed it can be more updated thanks to Blitzker
Like i said, its not a patch.
He has a zip with modified source files, thats not a patch. How do i know which lines are modified?

A patch is a special file that just holds the information about what actually changed, much easier to review changes and apply them.
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Like i said, its not a patch.
He has a zip with modified source files, thats not a patch. How do i know which lines are modified?

A patch is a special file that just holds the information about what actually changed, much easier to review changes and apply them.
So the BE_Mod_r3830.diff it's not what you're looking for ? cause I've used this to "Apply patch " (using TortoiseSVN) and it's working fine here

EDIT Ouch sorry! I've jut downloaded the new 3862 patch and you're right that one has no diff file but the old one(in the "OLD" folder) has one and also if needed I can provide a diff file too
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Mercury_22 if you can provide us with a proper .diff based on a very recent revision I'm sure it will get committed asap(assuming it does not need any comments).
You can attach a diff to the ticket so it can be reviewed on trac itself.
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Mercury_22 if you can provide us with a proper .diff based on a very recent revision I'm sure it will get committed asap(assuming it does not need any comments).
You can attach a diff to the ticket so it can be reviewed on trac itself.
My BE_3864.patch http://www.multiupload.com/8PWOUO2PJ4 (also added to https://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/mp...1598#comment:5)

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Like i said, its not a patch.
He has a zip with modified source files, thats not a patch. How do i know which lines are modified?
Sorry about that, i forgot to include the patch in my last update. I made a new one with r3864 available here: http://www.mediafire.com/?nbb4gclb828ax

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for the patch file and the submit to the trac!
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