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    Quote Originally Posted by veetid
    camsgs3: Currently its there if you use Radiator... What radio do you have? Is there not a Radiator plugin for it that you can use in the mean time?

    I am looking into integrating with Axife FM Player, what DragonBTV's software is a frontend too, or possibly getting DragonBTV to build me a messaging system and -nogui option for his software so that I can integrate it into CENTRAFUSE. Not sure when this will all happen.

    No worries though... I am just about complete with my external apps section, which will work just like the GPS does, so you can embed any Radio program you want. Also the main 5 buttons on the left global nav's actions and text will be configurable... so you will be able to change the main nav Radio button on the left to for example launch your External App 1, which you can have setup to whatever you want...

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    Are you looking at controlling Axife FM Lite? I found it a much more stable and useable piece of FM software than Radiator, which is good, but awkward to setup under XP.
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    I'm just now checking out CF and one of the first things that hit me about "design comments" was that it is incredibly hard for me to do a double-click on anything while moving. I don't know how many places this is in the software but I encountered it in the video and dvd screens.

    Also, I'm not clear about the overall structure of the app. The main menu has "module" selection buttons down the side and also on the home page, how are these different from each other? Can they be interchanged?

    Lastly, if I create a skin, is there a "back" button available to toggle me back to the last function used?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wysocki
    I'm just now checking out CF and one of the first things that hit me about "design comments" was that it is incredibly hard for me to do a double-click on anything while moving. I don't know how many places this is in the software but I encountered it in the video and dvd screens.

    Also, I'm not clear about the overall structure of the app. The main menu has "module" selection buttons down the side and also on the home page, how are these different from each other? Can they be interchanged?

    Lastly, if I create a skin, is there a "back" button available to toggle me back to the last function used?
    The reason I use double click for the video/dvd sliders is because the single click is reserved for the menus. The single click has to be used when playling dvd's/or some vcd/svcd's that have menus that the single click is needed to interact and set options through the menus... I am adding an option to make all the listviews be either single or double click...

    All the actions of the buttons on the left and main page will be configurable in the future... Not sure what you mean about a back button... there is always a button to go to whatever screen you want, a global nav.... You just click to wherever you want to go and click home if you want the main page....

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