Author Topic: **Solved** Artefact on Artists & Juke Box panel scroll bar  (Read 111 times)

fred

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The answer: by using hiccup's Sample Skin I found that I was colouring the wrong scroll bar doh! Again the Sample skin has come to my rescue - thanks hiccup.

A small rectangle in the background colour appears on the scroll bar of the Artists & Juke Box main panel views (outlined on the right hand scroll bar). All other skinnable scrollbars do not display this artefact (see scroll bar on the right);



Question: can I get rid of it and if so how?
Last Edit: April 09, 2021, 05:34:39 PM by fred

phred

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Are you sure that's not the 'anchor'  that you grab with the cursor and move up and down?
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fred

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If that is the case why does it not appear on the other scroll bars?

phred

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If that is the case why does it not appear on the other scroll bars?
Possibly because the skin developer missed the element. I don't know as I'm not a skinner. All I offered was a possibility.
Download the latest MusicBee v3.4 patch from here.
Unzip into your MusicBee directory and overwrite existing files.

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fred

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The reason I asked this question is because the skin definitions of the 2 scroll bars are essentially the same:

  <element id="Panel.ScrollBar.Default" bg="colour_2" bdr="colour_2" />
    <element id="Panel.ScrollBar.Lowlight" bg="colour_2" bdr="colour_2" />
    <element id="Panel.ScrollBarBackground.Default" bg="colour_2" bdr="colour_2" />
    <element id="Panel.ScrollBarThumb.Default" bg="colour_2" bdr="colour_2" />
and
    <element id="Content[Artwork].ScrollBar" bg="colour_2" bg2="colour_2" bdr="colour_2" />
    <element id="Content[Artwork].ScrollBarThumb" bg="colour_2" bg2="colour_2" fg="colour_2" bdr="colour_2" />
    <element id="Content[Artwork].ScrollBarBackground" bg="colour_2" bg2="colour_2" />
    <element id="Content[Artwork].ScrollBar.Lowlight" bg="colour_2" bdr="colour_2" />

Anyway thanks for your input