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  1. for example, I have the text overlay plugin set to load a file using the ticker... The file is updated every second by another application. here is an example of the file: <html><font color=orange>- spO2:94 pr:68 a:204</font></html> it does not use the html formatting, instead it justs displays the raw html code, I cannot use the built in formatting of the plugin because the text formatting changes dynamically every time the file is refreshed. I can however change the way the file is created if this plugin accepts another form of formatting from text?
  2. Marquee Text

    View File Marquee Text This overlay simply displays text from a file, all on a single line, and if the text is too long to fit in the overlay's boundaries, the text will slowly scroll. If the file changes the text will be reloaded and the new text will replace the original. It is primarily meant for use with other programs which save your currently playing music track to a text file, such as Snip (https://github.com/dlrudie/Snip/releases/latest ), but feel free to use it for anything you wish. As there are many similarities between this and the new features of the Text Overlay, I will mention the differences which are why I still released it despite the heavy overlap. First, this is only a marquee (or ticker) and only loads from file. It will only scroll when the text loaded from the file won't fit in the available space. The last, and I feel most important, is a matter of aesthetics, rather than scrolling until the text scrolls off the side then starting the text in from the right, the text will start scrolling back in from the right before the end is fully scrolled off the left side (as can be seen in the second screenshot). Ability to change the scrolling speed should be coming in the next version (which will likely become higher on my priority list if interest is shown in this variation). Suggestions welcome. How to install Just download and copy zip file in your PlayClaw/plugins folder, unzip it, you will see Marquee Text folder with files, then start PlayClaw, new plugin should be visible in plugins list. Github Link: https://github.com/koosemose/Marquee-Text Submitter Koosemose Submitted 02/03/2016 Category Plugins
  3. Recording Indicator

    View File Recording Indicator This overlay displays a Symbol to indicate your recording status, square for not recording, circle for recording, and double vertical bars for paused. Colors can be set for each symbol individually to you preference, indicator can be hidden when not recording, and the overlay can be made transparent to minimize interference with your gameplay. It is primarily meant as a simple way to show very clearly rather or not you are actively recording, for those of us who are oblivious to simple things like changing color of FPS overlay. Suggestions welcome. How to install Just download and copy zip file in your PlayClaw/plugins folder, unzip it, you will see Recording Indicator folder with files, then start PlayClaw, new plugin should be visible in plugins list. Github Link: https://github.com/koosemose/Recording-Indicator Submitter Koosemose Submitted 12/24/2015 Category Plugins
  4. Marquee Text

    Version 1.0.0

    11 downloads

    This overlay simply displays text from a file, all on a single line, and if the text is too long to fit in the overlay's boundaries, the text will slowly scroll. If the file changes the text will be reloaded and the new text will replace the original. It is primarily meant for use with other programs which save your currently playing music track to a text file, such as Snip (https://github.com/dlrudie/Snip/releases/latest ), but feel free to use it for anything you wish. As there are many similarities between this and the new features of the Text Overlay, I will mention the differences which are why I still released it despite the heavy overlap. First, this is only a marquee (or ticker) and only loads from file. It will only scroll when the text loaded from the file won't fit in the available space. The last, and I feel most important, is a matter of aesthetics, rather than scrolling until the text scrolls off the side then starting the text in from the right, the text will start scrolling back in from the right before the end is fully scrolled off the left side (as can be seen in the second screenshot). Ability to change the scrolling speed should be coming in the next version (which will likely become higher on my priority list if interest is shown in this variation). Suggestions welcome. How to install Just download and copy zip file in your PlayClaw/plugins folder, unzip it, you will see Marquee Text folder with files, then start PlayClaw, new plugin should be visible in plugins list. Github Link: https://github.com/koosemose/Marquee-Text
  5. Recording Indicator

    Version 1.2.0

    17 downloads

    This overlay displays a Symbol to indicate your recording status, square for not recording, circle for recording, and double vertical bars for paused. Colors can be set for each symbol individually to you preference, indicator can be hidden when not recording, and the overlay can be made transparent to minimize interference with your gameplay. It is primarily meant as a simple way to show very clearly rather or not you are actively recording, for those of us who are oblivious to simple things like changing color of FPS overlay. Suggestions welcome. How to install Just download and copy zip file in your PlayClaw/plugins folder, unzip it, you will see Recording Indicator folder with files, then start PlayClaw, new plugin should be visible in plugins list. Github Link: https://github.com/koosemose/Recording-Indicator
  6. Recording in Minecraft

    Hi, I'm new to these forums and would like some help with a little glitch. Whenever I try to record Minecraft gameplay, only when I have a plugin running, the plugin will flicker. I've tested this by disabling all plugins and the flickering stops. Unfortunately, the only way to know that the application is recording is by having at least one plugin, the FPS plugin, running while recording. this wouldn't be a problem if it were only limited to the gameplay and not the recording itself but whenever the plugin flickers, the video flickers visibly in the recording afterwards. If the only purpose of this thread is to let a developer know about this bug, that's fine. But, any help into getting this resolved quickly would be immensely helpful as I hope to return to recording for my channel in the next month or so. Thank you.