[solved] - MCE remote Back button

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  1. kilik360
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    When I hit ''back'' on my remote, MP2 act like if I press it twice.


    [2014-10-12 21:24:12,669] [44557 ] [DX Render] [DEBUG] - ScreenManager: Closing screen 'VideoFilterByGenre'
    [2014-10-12 21:24:13,799] [45687 ] [89 ] [DEBUG] - MceRemote: Mapped Key '35' to '[Escape]'
    [2014-10-12 21:24:13,799] [45687 ] [InputMgr ] [INFO ] - WorkflowManager: Trying to remove 1 workflow states from navigation stack...
    [2014-10-12 21:24:13,799] [45687 ] [GenericPCQueue] [DEBUG] - IrInputPlugin: Received Message 'RemoteEvent'


     
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    I've seen you are using the IRSS plugin:
    [2014-10-12 21:23:28,595] [483 ] [IrssComms.Client.ConnectionThread] [INFO ] - IrInputPlugin: Connected to server

    If you have a "standard MCE" remote, you would not need the IRSS client plugin. I think the back is now handled twice, by inbuilt MCE and IRSS.
     
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    It makes me think, if in MP2 everything is plugins, I should find an MCE folder in MP2-client\plugin.

    It's true, there is an MCEremotereceiver folder that I deleted and it cures my "double press" symptoms. Using IRSS only!

    Thanks morpheus.
     
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