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Would the Sapphire team care to enlighten the community with this information?
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Would the Sapphire team care to enlighten the community with this information? --[[User:Twisted Impulse|Twisted Impulse]] ([[User_talk:Twisted Impulse|talk]])
  
Let us know if this isn't a good enough example :)
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:Let us know if this isn't a good enough example :)
[http://appletv.nanopi.net/develop Sapphire Source Code]
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:*[http://appletv.nanopi.net/develop Sapphire Source Code] --[[User:Ucijoker|Ucijoker]] ([[User_talk:Ucijoker|talk]])
  
I've also created a Python-based FrontRow plug in. I used Sapphire's code from above to help me along.. Its a plugin that runs MythFrontend from  the frontrow menu, and then returns to FR when you exit Myth. The source is [http://garion.tzo.com/FrontRowPlugins/FrontMyth.src.tar.gz here]
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::There's now a Python based plugin for FrontRow. --[[User:Garion911|Garion911]] ([[User_talk:Garion911|talk]])
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::*Project: [http://code.google.com/p/frontpython/ http://code.google.com/p/frontpython/]
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::*Mailing list: [http://groups.google.com/group/frontpython-discuss http://groups.google.com/group/frontpython-discuss]

Latest revision as of 14:30, 28 February 2008

Would the Sapphire team care to enlighten the community with this information? --Twisted Impulse (talk)

Let us know if this isn't a good enough example :)
There's now a Python based plugin for FrontRow. --Garion911 (talk)