Okay, so what do we need to do to get this in the repo?

2012/5/20 Philipp Temminghoff <philipptemminghoff@googlemail.com>


2012/5/20 Big Noid <big.noid1979@gmail.com>
The only solution is in that case to rename this version of the skin and mark the previous one as broken in the repo. Would that be okay?


2012/5/20 Cory Fields <TheUni@xbmc.org>
On Sun, May 20, 2012 at 1:46 AM, Jezz_X <jezzx@xboxmediacenter.com> wrote:
> I honestly don't think that the people who bother to go in and change
> skin settings would care about going in to change them again as long
> as it doesn't happen every week. Most normal people probably didn't
> even bother to change any
>
> On Sun, May 20, 2012 at 3:21 PM, Big Noid <big.noid1979@gmail.com> wrote:
>> It's needed because of the way we converted existing radiobuttons to normal
>> buttons with 3 or more states that depend on having a setting or not
>> (conditional onclicks). I can imagine in some cases if there are existing
>> settings combination of previous separate radiobuttons, we can have
>> untoggable buttons. Other then that some settings have been inverted,
>> variables have been renamed etc. Also the Home window has a new structure
>> where old background and widget settings were going to get lost anyway. So
>> it's going to be needed for users to set most stuff up again anyway, even
>> without resetting the settings, the only problem I see with this is that a
>> rollback of previous version does not restore the guisettings for the skin.
>>
>> Cheers,
>>
>> Rutger
>> 2012/5/20 Cory Fields <TheUni@xbmc.org>
>>>
>>> On Sat, May 19, 2012 at 1:50 AM, Big Noid <big.noid1979@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> > Please see updated rev below. Some last minute fixes/ translation
>>> > additions.
>>> >
>>> > *addon - skin.aeon.nox
>>> > *version - 3.0.0
>>> > *url - git://github.com/BigNoid/Aeon-Nox.git
>>> > *revision - 525715f66a850673d9d5d02aec713a8d1675a3d8
>>> >
>>> > *branch - eden
>>> > *xbmc version - eden
>>> >
>>> > Cheers,
>>> >
>>> > Rutger
>>> >
>>> > 2012/5/18 Big Noid <big.noid1979@gmail.com>
>>> >>
>>> >> *addon - skin.aeon.nox
>>> >> *version - 3.0.0
>>> >> *url - git://github.com/BigNoid/Aeon-Nox.git
>>> >> *revision - 9f6de34e4d0ab8a1736d077b7dd55655a5da2924
>>> >> *branch - eden
>>> >> *xbmc version - eden
>>> >>
>>> >> This is basically a new iteration of the skin, so its probably better
>>> >> to
>>> >> review this as a new entry rather then comparing to the one currently
>>> >> in
>>> >> repo.
>>> >>
>>> >> Changelog is here:
>>> >> https://github.com/BigNoid/Aeon-Nox/blob/eden/changelog.txt
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >> Cheers,
>>> >>
>>> >> Rutger
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >
>>> >
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>>> What's up with the settings being lost? As a user I'd be pretty pissed
>>> if I got an auto-update that changed the way everything looks.
>>>
>>> I'm tempted to say that's a no-go for a stable repo. What's the hurdle
>>> for keeping the settings? Maybe we can help out here.
>>>
>>> Cory
>>
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That would be OK, if they had some kind of notice/explanation. As it
is now, one minute they'll be using what they're next to, the next,
the settings are changed with no warning.

And I'm not sure about that argument, Jezz. If not many people change
the settings, then why should we bother sending out an update for
changing settings? :p

Cory


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id like to stress again that the users will loose almost all settings no matter if we reset or not. its just to avoid any problems (which is what would really piss off users)

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