Discussion in 'Improvement Suggestions' started by Anonymous, September 2, 2004.
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You would like the integration of a client that would connect to winLIRC?
I would have thought that someone would have made a winLIRC client to emulate keystrokes (this is all that would be needed). This can be made as a plugin. Source code for an example (C++) is available here.
I'll put this on my list of things to do. I was going to write up some documentation on getting remotes to work with Girder but I think this solution makes much more sence as girder isn't free and winLIRC is.
P.S. Now I use WinLirc -> Girder -> Media Portal, but WinLirc -> Media Portal is more easy.
Agreed, and it would be free. The $19.99 Girder wouldn't be an option for a lot of people.
I love to see people that contribute, thanks, good to have you on board
cool, so you're working on a plugin/patch for MP???
Cant wait till its ready
I am, that is the setup window as called from in the Media Portal Configuration window.
Am I correct in that I can call
/// OnAction() method. This method gets called when there's a new action like a
/// keypress or mousemove or... By overriding this method, the window can respond
/// to any action
/// <param name="action">action : contains the action</param>
public virtual void OnAction(Action action)
to send the actions I want to map remote keys to? I can parse the keymap.xml file to find out what the current actions are, and then let the user map to each one?
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