Very simple. Clicking the save button would generate an XML file in the program's residing directory called "xSplit.xml". So the image above would generate the following XML construct:
<game>Soulcalibur V</game> <round>First Round</round> <player1>Player One</player1> <player2>Player Two</player2> <score1>0</score1> <score2>0</score2> <event1>The Break Weekly #146 - (2012-FEB-07)</event1> <event2>PLEASE DONATE: (8wayrun.com/donate)</event2> <event3></event3>
The program as I explained above should only take about an hour to write, but as I said, I know nothing about windows programming. Getting the program working with the above features is my primary requirement. The image I put together very quickly using Visual Studio C++ 2010 Express.
If you can get a program like this done, please contact me on AIM: BadBreath911.
Everything below this line is not a priority.
You'll notice as well a lot of buttons for [...] and a tab for "Images". I would eventually like to replace the XML file with images. The Images tab should bring up 3 file selection fields, where I can select 3 files for "match.png", "event.png" and "scores.png"... Then when [SAVE] is clicked, it will save the contents of the text fields to the appropriate image and save them as new image in the program's residing directory.
The [...] buttons will bring up configuration settings for each text field. The configuration settings page should have multiple options: left, top, right, bottom for the position the text field should be placed on the image; as well as font-face, font-size and text-alignment settings. If possible I would love to have a multi-line text field on these config pages so I can add items to the database of default options for each text field's drop-down list.