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Discussion in 'WebService and Mobile Access' started by kroko, November 24, 2010.

  1. kroko

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    Hi blatho,

    which Word are you using ? I use Word 2007 and save the fieles as DOCX. Even it should be possible to use Open Office to open these.

    If course I can save the files as doc and sent them to you. Just send me a pm with your email.
    The .APK is the file you need to install on the phone.

    kroko


     
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    Very nice! I like to have the remote in my pocket nearly all the time. Keep up the good work.

    But alas, as everyone else i have wishes...
    - Is it possible to use my hardware keyboard (Desire Z), for example to type textsearches and using keyboard shortcuts?
    - And is it possible to have userprogramable buttons? I use the TV part mostly, and like to have dedicated buttons to TV-guide and Recorded TV.

    I don't know if this is possible or unreasonable to do, but to me it's what's probably lacking in a otherwise nice plugin.

    Thank you
     
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    Hi 2 all. This is a great plugin, thanks for all who create it.
    It works fine, but i have some problems with russian language names in folders/files.
    Then i try to open http://192.168.*.*:8200/movies/ on PC and see same result. I think problems in xml creating on server side.
    Anyone fix it?
     
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    Hi andreaswith,

    the keyboard could be done, not sure when I have time to include this. Right now you need to press "Menu" in the remote section to access the soft-keyboard.

    userprogramable buttons? good idea ! I'm planning to add 4 colored buttons to the remote like this: (screenshot) Then you can then setup each button to a window.



    Hi toxot,

    yes the russian characters are not encoded correct. It will be fixed in the next version.

    So far
    kroko
     

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    I'm looking forward to the next release! :D
     
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    I hope in next release we can use our plugins by the phone (at least the most popular - Online Video, RadioTime, etc)
    With the best wishes.
     
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    Hi kroko,

    I use Word 2007, too. But this was not the problem.
    I found the problem.
    The download of the *.docx has resulted in a *.zip file download, what was caused by my IE.
    As I have used the Firefox, I have got the right *.docx Document. :eek:

    Sorry for confusion, but i have never thought, that the IE does make such nonsense by downloading files.

    I will send you my Email address soon. so if you want, you can reply and I send you the incredible IE download result.

    Thanks

    blatho
     
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    Hi blatho,

    I tried it myself and it happens also on my side. I changed the docx to doc and updated the links. Now it works also with the IE. Very strange.... :mad:

    Thanks you for the hint.

    kroko
     
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    I think it's not strange, because *.docx it's archived xml files (by zip), maybe you trying to open it, but the good way - save it and open after that. Same troubles u can catched when you tried to click on a link to archive file (rar or zip - no matter) in old versions of Opera (not sure that situation has changed).
    PS sorry about my english.
     
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    I'm not sure if this is discussed or planned already....
    But it seems that the program can't see flac audio files on my Galaxy S.
    Any idear?
     
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