Where do we publish MM5 skins/extensions?

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Where do we publish MM5 skins/extensions?

Post by drakinite »

I remember there being a page on the website to download MM4 skins. Is there a place yet for us to upload/publish MM5 skins and extensions? Or should I just post them here?
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Re: Where do we publish MM5 skins/extensions?

Post by Ludek »

Using https://www.mediamonkey.com/addons/brow ... ey-5-beta/ is fine
There is 'Submit addon' button though it is almost invisible (as it has black font on the dark blue canvas) : https://www.dropbox.com/s/k8k47ar9cn6zq ... 4.png?dl=0

We are already working on the web issues (and the MM4 vs MM5 addons structural issues )
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Re: Where do we publish MM5 skins/extensions?

Post by drakinite »

Nice, thanks!

Is there a way to edit my addon submission after I upload it? For example, if I want to change the support link in the future?
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Re: Where do we publish MM5 skins/extensions?

Post by rusty »

Yes--you can do so via the same interface. You'll see the options once you add it.

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Re: Where do we publish MM5 skins/extensions?

Post by drakinite »

Btw, the way it's currently set up, any old user can view the entire filetree of https://www.mediamonkey.com/addon_system/ - Might not be great for security.

Though, it is pretty cool to see the whole history of uploaded files.

edit: I was being bad and I intentionally uploaded some crap files to test what stuff the server will and won't accept. If you care about deleting the crap files, in https://www.mediamonkey.com/addon_system/repository/ there are some with the names "not-an-mmip" (e.g. not-an-mmip.txt); as well as https://www.mediamonkey.com/addon_syste ... d/test.jpg .
It might be a good idea to check the mimetype of the files before they're saved, because when attempting to load test.jpg in a test submission I made, it caused a PHP error. (test.jpg is just a renamed text file.)
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