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circlecreeper 19th May 2004 09:29 PM

using prev track and next track keyboard buttons
 
Hey whats up, i was wondering if you could make use of the the prev track and next track buttons on internet keyboards

Thanks

Kakail 31st July 2004 07:31 PM

You already can!
 
But you can use them already.....

Check in WinLIRC Setting...

They work great!

dduke 8th August 2004 08:14 AM

it would be nice if bsplayer supported the stop/ff/rew/play keys on multimedia/internet keyboards

Halk 20th August 2004 07:44 PM

Hmm, right click, options, preferences - key definitions.

Works fine, however, they don't work when the window doesn't have focus.

Note : Don't assign the play function to any key. Just assign your own play button to the pause function, this'll cause it to function properly : I.e. when you hit play button it'll pause it, hit it again and it'll unpause.

I only needed to assign the pause, forward, backward and stop functions. I prefer my mute and vol up/down keys to work on windows volume rather on specific programs.

It'd be ideal if the program worked for certain keys regardless of it having focus or not.

It looks like I may be able to get my remote control to work with it - if I can this will be, well, simply fantastic.

BSplayer seems to be just about ready to take over as my file player.

Anyway, good work folks, thanks!

dduke 21st August 2004 12:20 AM

bs does not detect my media keys when listening for hotkeys. :(

try Girder for the remote software. it works wonderfully.

Halk 21st August 2004 12:36 AM

Can't get Girder to work, unfortunately.
The plugin has problems, I think I need a reinstall of windows, which I've been meaning to do for about a year....


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