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We have released the new Dianemo UI1 style UI skin today. See the attached Home screen image for a sample of the new look and feel. This UI like our previous 'Red Line' UI is optimised for use with touch based devices and in addition the new Dianemo UI skin is also optimised for use for on screen Orbiters. The Dianemo UI skin features a complete redesign of the graphical look and almost every screen has undergone major layout improvements. We've taken on-board a lot of user feedback and have incorporated that into the design of the new UI. We have additional UI enhancements in the pipeline for the Dianemo UI so look out for these in the future.Simply run the update script as normal to get this and any other pending updates for your system. Then in Web Admin go to Wizard->Devices->Orbiters and select 'Dianemo' from the Skin drop down. Now click 'Update' and then click 'Full Regen' in the green bar beneath any Orbiter you want to convert to the Dianemo UI. We will be updating the Dianemo S wiki page in the next few days with more details of the new UI and how to configure it.As with all other Dianemo updates this update is freely available to all our customers running Dianemo S on 11.10 or later OS releases.
Hi Andrew,This new UI looks pretty sweet! Another great update for my Dianemo system, just one question, I'm unable to control Live TV from it? Is this correct?Kind RegardsReint.
Hi Andrew,Can we use HDMI-CEC w/ pulse-eight to control Samsung LED D8000 series?Thanks Hernan
Hi Andrew,There is mention that Dianemo S supports Android phones and tablets. Where do i get the app for this or is it the qOrbiter? I have a sony tablet S that I want to connect.gadget
Dear Andrew,like written in the wiki i did a fresh install of 12.04.After that i used the license and installer 1.11 (self updating?), to start dianemo installation.it suddenly stops with installation failed. Just before it couldn't fetch some things from ppa.launpad.net/nkoegler/Maybe you have a newer installer?
Yes, the installer is self-updating - the idea is to run the latest installer no matter what. Unfortunately, this happens after that PPA is added. It is no longer added in installer 1.16, but if you have it, you must remove it yourself. Just remove all /etc/apt/sources.list.d/mkoegler* files. You should have the new installer in your /usr/pluto/deb-cache right now (it was downloaded before the PPA was added).