Avallonis and MCE remote - important buttons are not mapped?

Discussion in 'Avalon' started by gnavox, December 18, 2012.

  1. gnavox

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    Hi.

    I just changed from Avalon to Avallonis this weekend. However, I quickly realized that some of the most important buttons on my MCE remote did not work in the skin.

    Layout of a standard MCE remote:
    http://www.oneweb.co.uk/mythtv/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/mce-remote.jpg

    The "Back" button, the "Interactive TV red button" and the "Info" button - just to name those of which I am aware now - are not mapped or work differently than is the case in the regular Avalon skin. I fixed the "Back" button myself by remapping it to the "ESC" key on the keyboard, as I found out, that I could use the "ESC" key to move backwards to the main menu. But what about the other buttons? Have the skin not been tested with the MCE remote?



    Best regards.
     
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    Probably of no help to you but I can confirm both of my MCE remotes worked perfectly with Avallonis.....No remapping needed
     
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    I've used my MCE compatible remote with avallonis , no problems with info/back button. As far as I know changing the skin shouldn't change the function of the back / info buttons.
     
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