Update released, see post #1 for details and download link...
Wow, great to see some XM activity in CF finally!! Kudos to you for all your work on this.
I wanted to test it out to see where XM is in CF these days. I have a couple issues.
1. Running CF 1.43 in Windows XP, CF will not unmute my XM's input to my soundcard to start audio when I start the module. If I go into Windows mixer, I can see that it's muted. If I manually unmute it, audio is there. So in XP, CF won't unmute my soundcard input. Further, the input that my PCR is plugged into (S/PDIF-In on my Creative Audigy 2NX) is not listed as a choice in the XM settings. Not sure if that would help or not. In the earlier versions of CF when XM was still integrated, I didn't have this problem, and I was using the same soundcard.
2. Running in Windows Vista Ultimate, sound DOES unmute. But it will not re-mute :) For example: If I start by listening to an mp3, then go to XM, the mp3 will pause, the XM audio will unmute correctly. But, if I try to return to the mp3, it will start playing but XM will NOT mute. The two sounds are output simultaneously.
Item #1 I think has to be an XM thing since it worked fine with CF before, but #2 might be a CF issue... not sure.
In any case, thanks for you hard work in getting XM back into Centrafuse!!
Dude... THANK YOU SO MUCH for doing this! It makes the look MUCH cleaner!Quote:
Version 1.430, Compiled for CF 1.42/1.43+
* Removed channel # and channel name from main title
* Added Channel # to subtitle label, underneath main title
* Added channel name to header in listview of SatRadio screen
* Improved main and sub title text updates on station changing
One bug... Looks like you lost the updating of the terrestrial percentage number. The new channel number is there, the Sat % is there, but the T % is missing.
Asside from that, I send the XM device the mute command when the line gets muted. Even if CF is unable to mute the line, the xm device should itself be muted. Can you post me your log file? See Post #1 for log file location...
Ahh, good one. Thanks Scott!