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Good idea, thank you. You mean this?

0=left, 1=center, 2=top left, 3=top, 4=bottom left, 5=bottom

I'll pass your request along to Sherman. He'll include it in the DGI file format descriptions.
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Rocky wrote:
Sun Oct 31, 2021 9:01 am
Good idea, thank you. You mean this?

0=left, 1=center, 2=top left, 3=top, 4=bottom left, 5=bottom
Yep.
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tormento, you are my hero. Don't worry, I don't eat frog legs.
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Sherman wrote:
Sun Oct 31, 2021 1:48 pm
tormento, you are my hero. Don't worry, I don't eat frog legs.
Much better. I am a poisonous amazonian frog.
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Too scary for me. Anyway, daddy wouldn't let me do this.

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Now I know why you are called tormento. You like to torment people!
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Did you see the bald guy first washing away the venom and then scraping it off again? Loser! The other guy took his medicine like a man, even the kid. That s h i t wouldn't faze me!
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Alpha Meese such as myself do not so much as blink at such trivial provocations when stomping out primitive amphibians. They say I am the staunchest of the staunch.
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I believe it, Bullwinkle!
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Post by tormento »

I love the new interface, a nice breath of fresh air.

When you have time, would you please make the stop button become light grey after having indexed, such as the old GUI used to?

Perhaps introduce some color too, such as a green play button when not playing, pale blu when playing, and a red stop button while playing/indexing, so that we can tell visually what's happening.

Some sound when finished indexing would help too :D
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tormento wrote:
Wed Dec 15, 2021 12:14 pm
When you have time, would you please make the stop button become light grey after having indexed, such as the old GUI used to?
It does do that for me. Perhaps the current contrast between the two is too low.
Perhaps introduce some color too, such as a green play button when not playing, pale blu when playing, and a red stop button while playing/indexing, so that we can tell visually what's happening.
Not thrilled about colors, but definitely want you to be able to see visually what is happening.
Some sound when finished indexing would help too
I could go along with that. Any recommendations for the sound snippet?
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Silence would work
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Well, it could be optional. Always good to have options. Maybe I'll use the DGDemux finished.wav. :twisted:
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Re-download 238 to get a sound on finish of indexing. It uses finished.wav, which is included. You can replace that with a more pleasing sound to your ears, or you can delete it entirely for no sound.
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I also increased the contrast between enabled and disabled buttons. I'll slip that out tomorrow.

New era started for DG today. Maybe he'll tell you about it. My support is a given.
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When one door closes, others open. Love and respect.
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A coive ball is nothing after you hit it out of the park. There for you, DG.
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Post by Sherman »

What happened, guys?

Working on Rodney. Wish me luck.
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Font size, in Settings dialog, is a little small on my display
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What is your screen size and your windows scaling percentage? I want to keep all the settings on a single dialog that is not too large if possible. I'll look at it.
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Updated 238 with better active/inactive button contrast and a fix for the About box being too small.
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Rocky wrote:
Fri Dec 17, 2021 8:31 am
What is your screen size and your windows scaling percentage? I want to keep all the settings on a single dialog that is not too large if possible. I'll look at it.
65" 4K TV
scaling percentage is 175%

It might be just that the font needs to be made bold
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But aren't all your other fonts like menus and desktop icon texts etc. also like that? I don't set up anything specific.

I have my windows scaling at 225% due to my old eyes. Can you run at a higher factor?
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That is too large a scale for my needs.
Not a biggie, I don't change settings that often and the rest is fine
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I'm curious about your physical logistics of working on a 65 inch tv.
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