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Reverting to Confluence in openElec mode

Discussion in 'DroidBOX T8-S/T8-S Plus OpenELEC' started by Moldy, Dec 1, 2015.

  1. Moldy

    Moldy New Member

    Sorry if this simple question is already answered but I have searched and can't find the solution. I am very new to Droidbox T8-S so please bear with me.
    In openElec mode I have installed Wookie - no problems.
    How do I then return to the normal Confluence skin?
     
  2. angela

    angela Well-Known Member

    Hi, Go to >system>appearance>skins, change it to the confluence skin.
     
    Last edited: Dec 1, 2015
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  3. Qaisir

    Qaisir Active Member

    Follow the instructions below for changing the skin.
    > From main screen go onto System option then Appearance>Skin
    > Click on the current skin then it will give you a pop up.
    >Now select Confluence and click and confirm it.
     
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  4. ChrisM

    ChrisM Administrator Staff Member

    You may need to search for the System/Settings link with some skins in Wookie (for future visitors to this thread).
    Look for:
    System
    Settings
    Quit/Exit/Power (if you can't see the two above, they are likely hiding behind this link instead).
     
  5. Moldy

    Moldy New Member

    I did reply with thanks yesterday but must have done something wrong because it hasn't appeared.
    So ... Thanks again - problem solved.
    Moldy
     
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  6. ChrisM

    ChrisM Administrator Staff Member

    Sorry about that, looks like someone's mouse slipped. Your content was:
     
  7. specialbru

    specialbru New Member

    i have recently put wookie on but when i go in to menu where you can change skin it is blacked out for configure interface settings and im totally stuck i have tried everything !
     
  8. angela

    angela Well-Known Member

    Hi, What wookie are you using and what kodi 16 or 17
     
  9. ChrisM

    ChrisM Administrator Staff Member

    @specialbru If you're in a skin with a separate Interface Settings menu item on the homescreen, can you instead try clicking the System menu itself, or just "Settings", then look for "Appearance" to click, finally the skin selection.
    If you're comfortable navigating the folders on your device, and can view hidden files in ES File Explorer (setting towards the bottom), you could try renaming GUISettings.xml in /mnt/sdcard/Android/org.xbmc.kodi/files/.kodi/userdata/ . You'd lose the skin, shortcuts etc, but still have the video add-ons installed.
     
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