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Offline Melmoth

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The Thin White Line (skin question)
« on: February 18, 2013, 11:27:29 am »
Hi everybody.

I have been skinning again and I have created a mysterious white line around one section (an <imagelist>). I have no idea why it is there or where it came from. Notepad++ failed to indent it properly with pretty print, see code below. Does anyone have any idea how to make it disappear?

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                <section>
<color>$333333></color>
<border shape="rect">
<color>$333333</color>
</border>
<row>
<column valign="center">
<imagelist height="200" cwidth="120" halign="center">
<border shape="none"/>
<color>$333333</color>
</imagelist>
</column>
</row>
</section>


Thanks in advance!

Ups, almost forgot: Win 7 x64, PVD 1.0.2.3 Beta (portable)

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Re: The Thin White Line (skin question)
« Reply #1 on: February 20, 2013, 09:23:04 am »
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I have created a mysterious white line around one section...

It's a section border. You'll have to place the imagelist in the main section to eliminate it.

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Re: The Thin White Line (skin question)
« Reply #2 on: March 06, 2013, 12:52:36 pm »
Sorry for the delay, I'm very busy... all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy....

And of course: thanks for your reply!

But: I'm not sure what you mean since I have no main section. There are multiple sections, first one is the title box, second the two-column main info section (with nested sections), then custom section, screenshot section, etc...
As far as I remember a main section (like opening a section at the beginning of the skin and closing it at the bottom and everything nested inside) drove me crazy and lead to strange results. So I think I abandonded this idea to tame the xml-chaos I've created along the road.

Or maybe I did not get your idea...

Thanks in advance!