Theme Script (NOT IN MM LITE)
You can select the name of a simple script file in this field.
Click on the file button which will take you to the ..\MM_Data\MM_ThemeScripts\ folder. Select the txt file of the script you want to use. RIGHT-click on the file name to open the script in Notepad.
The script can be placed in any folder.... However when you click on the file button, it WILL TAKE YOU to the folder \MM_Data\MM_ThemeScripts\ . It is advisable to keep copies of any scripts you are using in separate sub-folders here. (See picture above)
Furthermore, if the script contains any picture and/or sound files etc, include the complete file path for those within the copy of this script file. It would also be a good idea to include in each sub-folder a copy of any pictures etc when used in the script. This way you won't mistakenly move or delete a picture file that is being used in a theme containing a script file.
You may note in the picture above that only the TXT file is showing, BUT when you click on the EXPLORE button you will see that the picture I am using in that script is also copied to that folder.
Scripts used should be .txt files such as those you find in the ..\MM_Data\MM_Goodees\ folder .
These should be small scripts, NOT full HTML scripts! In other words: in a scriptlet NO html - /html, head - /head or body - /body tags are allowed!
EG:This is the text for the alpha opacity scriptlet...
<IMG style="z-index:-1; FILTER: Alpha(Opacity=100, FinishOpacity=0, Style=2); LEFT:0px; WIDTH: 120%; POSITION: absolute; TOP:0px; HEIGHT:100%" src="Your Picture Here" />
You will see above that this script requires a picture. The copy I have placed into my ..\MM_Data\MM_ThemeScripts\alpha opacity_amsterdam\ folder includes the file path of the picture I am using as shown below:
<IMG style="z-index:-1; FILTER: Alpha(Opacity=100, FinishOpacity=0, Style=2); LEFT:0px; WIDTH: 120%; POSITION: absolute; TOP:0px; HEIGHT:100%" src= "C:\LISA\MM_Data\MM_ThemeScripts\alpha opacity_amsterdam\amsterdam1.jpg" />
Using this script in the script field, setting my font, colors, margins and etc, I can then save and name this theme and use it repeatedly whenever I wish. The effect of the above scriptlet and the picture I chose looks like this:
When you are using a Theme that has a script, any script placed in the home page URL field and/or the Full Screen routine are automatically disabled by Mokie. The scripts will 'fight' with each other !!!