Author Topic: Alternating Colors  (Read 6216 times)

cartman005

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When a skin is set to have alternating colors in the track details view, I cannot find the element that controls the color of songs that are missing from the library (with at exclamation point next to them). This was pointed out by Greb in this post. All skins that I've seen with alternating rows have this issue, so I'm thinking that the value may be auto-calculated?

Rotem K.

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Hey cartman,

In a really hurry here and don't have much time to check this thoroughly, so sorry if this isn't what you asked about:
I think what you're after is the FG colors on elements: "Content[TrackDetail].Body.Default" and "Content[TrackDetail].ListAlternating.Default" or maybe "Content[TrackDetail].ListAlternating.Disabled".

Rotem
Last Edit: December 24, 2011, 07:22:16 PM by Rotem K.

cartman005

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Thank you Rotem, however none of those work.

Content[TrackDetail].Body.Default and Content[TrackDetail].ListAlternating.Default control the default and alternating colors of the banded rows.
Content[TrackDetail].ListAlternating.Disabled controls the default color of the banded rows when there is a missing track. However, there is no corresponding entry for the alternating color. That would be fine but for some reason, there are still two different colors for the songs which can be shown if you remove two songs in a row from their folder, causing MusicBee to report them as missing.

sn0uts

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Is it possible to alternate more than two rows? I'm trying to emulate this:



Apologies if bumping old threads isn't board policy.

hiccup

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Could be me, but I don't think it's what the original 9 yrs. old request was about.
Also, I personally don't understand what it is that you are saying/showing here?