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Dingbatt

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#22020 13-May-2008 20:16
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I have just installed MediaPortal RC1 (server/client).  In the previous build I had customised logos for each TV channel that were placed in the ..../thumbs/tv/logos file and they appeared against the same named channel in mediaportal.  But when I went to do the same thing in RC1 there is no thumbs directory.  So where do the logos go?

I rely on the DVB-S downlinked EPG.
I have consulted mcraenz's guide but note that, tantalisingly, the customisation of MP is part 6 of his guide, and is still a work in progress.

Any bright ideas?   Have done a search cant find a solution.




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  #130693 13-May-2008 20:24
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"C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Programdata\Team MediaPortal\MediaPortal"
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  #130716 13-May-2008 21:24
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mcraenz: "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Programdata\Team MediaPortal\MediaPortal"
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Thanks.  The above is an XP directory and I should have mentioned I am running Vista.  I believe the equivalent is the USERS directory. Can't find thumbs with a quick search and I am away from the HTPC for a few days now so will ponder my next move when I get back.

Once again thanks for pointing me outside the MP installation directory.




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  #130721 13-May-2008 21:34
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c:\ProgramData\Team MediaPortal\MediaPortal

for vista :)




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  #131428 17-May-2008 13:58
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mcraenz: c:\ProgramData\Team MediaPortal\MediaPortal

for vista :)


Bingo!  Thanks for your help.  Vista had seen fit to hide the programdata directory (even with admin privileges).

Case closed...




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