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post Nov 7 2005, 10:30 PM
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Im using WS on a computer which has only a TV connected (will replace with something better at some stage).
Currently its set to 720x576 resolution. Using the keyboard interface it works great except some of the screen content is off the screen (unless the screen is scrolled) and the fonts are too large.

Are the any 'skins' or similar thing to make all the writing smaller to fit it all in?
Im guessing its a matter of altering some of the style sheets, but not being familiar with them I didnt want to go there if someone else has already done it.
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post Nov 8 2005, 06:11 AM
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Look in the following dir for the main XSL transform templates for the KB interface, everything is changable:

WebScheduler\data\xsl\default

Also if you just want to change fonts sizes etc edit the CSS files:

WebScheduler\http\css\default
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post Feb 28 2006, 09:50 AM
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QUOTE (null_pointer @ Nov 8 2005, 07:11 AM) *
Look in the following dir for the main XSL transform templates for the KB interface, everything is changable:

WebScheduler\data\xsl\default

Also if you just want to change fonts sizes etc edit the CSS files:

WebScheduler\http\css\default


Hi, Null. I've been playing around with the fonts in kb-epg.css for this very purpose but there are 2 other tweaks I need to economise on the limited vertical real estate. I'm hoping you can point to the file and possibly the section/tag for these 2 things:

The first is the number of hours to a page - I wish to reduce it to allow more space for show titles in the epg table.

The other is how to reduce the space between a] the 'page title' and the 'epg table' and b] the 'epg table' and the 'selected item details' section.

I appreciate any direction you can give.


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post Feb 28 2006, 10:32 AM
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number of hours on a page
edit the
<WS>\http\themes\default\xml\epg-index.xml
add
&amp;span=2
to the end of the following line:
<url>/servlet/KBEpgDataRes?action=01</url>
i.e.
<url>/servlet/KBEpgDataRes?action=01&amp;span=2</url>
span=hour to show, you will need to test this it has been a long time since I tested this, it might not work anymore.

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The other is how to reduce the space between a] the 'page title' and the 'epg table' and b] the 'epg table' and the 'selected item details' section.

edit the file:
<WS>\http\themes\default\xsl\kb-epg.xsl
remove some of the br and p tags.
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post Feb 28 2006, 11:07 AM
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Excellent. After I get the latest version (http://www.digtv.no-ip.com/downloads isn't loading at the moment) I'll get into it. Thanks mate.


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post Feb 28 2006, 11:34 AM
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http://www.digtv.no-ip.com/downloads isn't loading at the moment


due to a power outage, garbage truck took out a power poll in our neighbourhood, all power off since 6 am, should be back in the next few hours I am told.
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