On 12/5/2011 9:06 PM, Lawrence D'Oliveiro wrote:
> Maybe try adjusting the y-coordinates to be even and see if that makes
> any difference?
I've tested this, confirming that y-coordinates are even in menu.xml and
that no warnings are outputted during the build and there is no change
in the behavior.
I've also look through the Toshiba's internal hardware settings menus
and toggled just about every setting with no effect. It's a progressive
converting player and I half wondered if any of that functionality was
in some way interfering with how the menu was being drawn but there is
no change in behavior with progressive conversion enabled or disabled.
I should also mention that I've tested a range of old and new
commercially produced Hollywood dvds in it and the menus in those all
Am I correct in that there are three states of a button? Normal,
highlighted and selected? The Toshiba show me normal and selected but
never highlighted. What actually occurs internally when I press an
arrow key on the remote and change the a button's state from normal to
highlighted? The Toshiba knows I've selected a given button it just
never bothers to draw the highlighting or refresh the screen or
something. Somehow with the Bombono created menu it does know to update