I'm seeing though that after S3 my touchscreen sometimes starts to react right-click-like (i.e. whenever I go to the desktop and press on one of the icons it acts like I've pressed the right mouse button). I have a feeling this only happens if I have CF enabled, that it works normally if I don't.
Though there are a couple of known issues with XM in CF, what you're describing is not one of them.
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The double/triple tracking sounds familiar, but I hadn't heard it get faster & faster. I've had the random non-responsiveness happen as well, but it's pretty infrequent.
David's supposedly focusing on XM issues this time, but considering all the other things that popped up (or are still broken) in RC4, I think we may get pushed down on the pile again.
As mentioned, this has never worked, even after total reinstall, set to start up in main menu. When i click media it loads the playlist and takes 1-2 seconds, so it looks like the entire plugin/module is not loaded on startup of CF.
Deleted main.dat and ran a repair via the MSI installer. Still both problems.
Deleted the settings file, started CF (changed to day skin, so I know it worked :-) ), still both problems.
Disabled Visuals by clicking the thumbnail (any other way of disabling?), stop start CF. Still both problems
Deleted the error log, started CF, started media, switched off visuals, return to main menu, shut down CF from main menu, started CF again, no music, went to media and music starts and visuals also start. No error log is created.
XP Pro, CF 2.0-newest| Pioneer HU with 7" flip-out (EQ, Surround)
Epia V10000 + nVidia FX5200, Opus 150w, 7" Lilliput, DVD* SlotIn, Wavelan, Bluetooth, GPS, WebCams, DVB-T
I noticed something weird about the daytime Onyx skin: When I am using the Nav (Destinator) the top bar with all the buttons and the info about the GPS turns really small and is in the upper left hand corner of the map, and all the space it is supposed to occupy is black. If I put the Nav in full screen it is fine - if I use the night skin the full screen is messed up in this manner, but when not in full screen it is fine. Anyone else seen this?
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