Author Topic: OlRoom Theme Released (Full theme on 2nd page) (Thanks for Ptiwee for codding)  (Read 27332 times)

Spinelli

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As many requested, here is the .PSD file for this theme!

I hope you guys enjoy and post here in the future your editions / addictions for this theme!  ;D


https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0E1z5NsLUJFSE54U1dNWE9PUkE

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As many requested, here is the .PSD file for this theme!

I hope you guys enjoy and post here in the future your editions / addictions for this theme!  ;D


https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0E1z5NsLUJFSE54U1dNWE9PUkE

Many Thanks  :)

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Wow...Thank you very much for the reply and for sharing everything!!!!

bundangdon

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As many requested, here is the .PSD file for this theme!

I hope you guys enjoy and post here in the future your editions / addictions for this theme!  ;D


https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0E1z5NsLUJFSE54U1dNWE9PUkE

Thank you very much for sharing! I'm working on a similar theme with a text-based menu, for people like myself who prefer not to use the 'wheels' based-menu. It's coming along well so far but needs some better artwork like the one you provided here :)

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As many requested, here is the .PSD file for this theme!

I hope you guys enjoy and post here in the future your editions / addictions for this theme!  ;D


https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0E1z5NsLUJFSE54U1dNWE9PUkE

Thank you very much for sharing! I'm working on a similar theme with a text-based menu, for people like myself who prefer not to use the 'wheels' based-menu. It's coming along well so far but needs some better artwork like the one you provided here :)

Here's what I came up with. It's a somewhat simpler version of your original theme with some elements changed, the most obvious one being the wheels-menu was changed to a text-menu, mostly because I don't like searching for 'matching' wheel images especially for the less popular systems :) Also, I found a way to fill up the tv screen, and now use fades for the box art and videos. Still work a progress but thank you again for the help and inspiration!  :D


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Here's what I came up with. It's a somewhat simpler version of your original theme with some elements changed, the most obvious one being the wheels-menu was changed to a text-menu, mostly because I don't like searching for 'matching' wheel images especially for the less popular systems :) Also, I found a way to fill up the tv screen, and now use fades for the box art and videos. Still work a progress but thank you again for the help and inspiration!  :D

That's Great  ;D

Can you share the code for "fill up the tv screen" ?


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Sure! But it's not really anything special in the code and is more of a photoshop 'trick'. I learned this idea a few years ago while making a theme for hyperspin. What I did is, copied the screen of the tv, pasted it to a new file, and finally used photoshop's "magic eraser tool" to remove the screen from the tv. Then, in the code, I programmed it to where the tvscreen.png will be placed behind the video (as a layer). Here's the code and media used in my version of OlRoom :)
« Last Edit: September 04, 2016, 01:08:30 AM by bundangdon »

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thanks!

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I've updated the theme to add Scanlines and TV Borders (I used another technique, but was inspired by the result of the release of bundangdon).



Hope you guys enjoy! :)

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Thank you very much for the update and also very happy to hear that I provided some 'inspiration'!  :D

Spinelli

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Thank you very much for the update and also very happy to hear that I provided some 'inspiration'!  :D

You're Welcome! :)

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This is a Super Nintendo Europe. Thank you Spinelli.



DOWNLOAD
« Last Edit: September 13, 2016, 07:28:41 PM by Melu »

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Has anyone done any other Consoles?
I have the NES, Master, Mega, N64, 32x and SNES ones that were created.
How about 2600, tg-16, or maybe some handhelds?

This stuff is awesome!

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I have download them all and apply them right away:) just two questions, is it possible to remove the black border on the right side (where the wheel is in) en i want to remove the tome names and playtime in the bottom.

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I have download them all and apply them right away:) just two questions, is it possible to remove the black border on the right side (where the wheel is in) en i want to remove the tome names and playtime in the bottom.

Yeah,

just delete or put "//" (without commas) before those lines in layout.nut file.


// Title
local title = fe.add_text("[Title]", flw*0, flh*0.89, flw*0.4, flh*0.1);
title.align = Align.Left;
title.charsize = 40;
title.set_rgb(255, 255, 255);

// Playtime
local playtime = fe.add_text("Playtime : [PlayedTime]", flw*0.31, flh*0.89, flw*0.4, flh*0.1);
playtime.align = Align.Right;
playtime.charsize = 40;
playtime.set_rgb(255, 255, 255);


local conveyor_bg = fe.add_text("", flw*0.73, flh*0, flw*0.28, flh*1);
conveyor_bg.set_bg_rgb(0,0,0);
conveyor_bg.bg_alpha = 220;