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Editing Black Edition skin to add custom script

erikendswithakerikendswithak Posts: 25Members, Plex Pass Plex Pass

I have a multi boot raspberry pi (http://www.multibootpi.com) and would like to add a custom link to reboot with retropie, raspbian, kodi, etc. I have never edited a plex skin. I have the black edition skin installed and have been editing the LeftSideMenu.xml. It currently doesn't show up, so I'm missing something. The code for these three links were copied from the previous skin that had it working. I did change the ID #'s so there wasn't any interference.
Thanks,

I have added this code:

        <control type=“button” id=“800">
            <description>Launch KODI</description>
            <label>Launch KODI</label>
            <onclick>Dialog.Close(4998)</onclick>
            <onclick>RunAddon(script.kodi)</onclick>
            <visible>System.isSystem(openelec) + !System.UserIsRestricted</visible>
        </control>
        <control type=“button” id=“801">
            <description>Launch Raspbian</description>
            <label>Launch Raspbian</label>
            <onclick>Dialog.Close(4998)</onclick>
            <onclick>RunAddon(script.raspbian)</onclick>
            <visible>System.isSystem(openelec) + !System.UserIsRestricted</visible>
        </control>
        <control type=“button” id=“802">
            <description>Launch RetroPie</description>
            <label>Launch RetroPie</label>
            <onclick>Dialog.Close(4998)</onclick>
            <onclick>RunAddon(script.retropie)</onclick>
            <visible>System.isSystem(openelec) + !System.UserIsRestricted</visible>
        </control>
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