MCE Blue button zap or aspect ratio

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  1. gloomyandy
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    Hi,
    Has the function of the blue button (on an MCE remote) changed when watching full screen TV? I thought it used to step through the various available aspect ratios (like it does in other full screen modes). Now (in the latest svn), it seems to do some sort of auto-zap? Was it intentional to over-ride the previously allocated function? Is there any way of going back to the old mode?

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    I'm curious of this as well... The blue button was the most used button for me when watching tv. (Analog)
     
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    Yes since some times (weeks) the blue button while whatching TV is by default used to activate the auto-zap feature (called also "lazy fingers" :D) But you can always remap the button yourself in configuration.exe
     
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