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  • FreeICE v2.0 Alpha 7 Released

    FreeICE v2.0 Alpha 7

    Lots of little change's, please post comments below :-)



    To download; goto http://www.freeice.co.uk and click on the download section. (you need to be logged in / registered on the forum to see it)



    Thanks for all the support

    Steve
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  • #2
    Very nice!!! Man this is coming along super fast. Is there a way to make custom apps for it? I'm wanting Zsnes and a lot of my old console emulators in 8t. I think that would be sweet

    Sent from Samsung Awesomeness Captivate

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    • #3
      Originally posted by HunterDVincent View Post
      Very nice!!! Man this is coming along super fast. Is there a way to make custom apps for it? I'm wanting Zsnes and a lot of my old console emulators in 8t. I think that would be sweet

      Sent from Samsung Awesomeness Captivate
      you can now embed any application within FreeICE. If you have an emulator that you can resize you shouldnt have a problem getting it to embed. You can also change the icon to match. If you need any help let me know.

      Steve
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      • #4
        Steve, cool gauges and the color picker is a nice addition too!

        I like were this FE is going. Superb job so far my friend!

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        • #5
          hey maybe you can help me implement VLC media player into it so i can watch anime? its all im waiting on

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          • #6
            any instructions on embedding? for example, minicam or capture!??

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            • #7
              also any ideas why the album art is so pixelated?

              LOVEE the new freeice btw.... just gotta get embedding to work

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              • #8
                what is this written in? I thought it was an OS on Android due to having Angry Birds going.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by elpres View Post
                  what is this written in? I thought it was an OS on Android due to having Angry Birds going.
                  A little searching goes a long way.

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                  • #10
                    Well done Steve.
                    Is their a way to get RCjoycon to work with this FE?

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Mazda6gp View Post
                      Well done Steve.
                      Is their a way to get RCjoycon to work with this FE?
                      Is the RCjoycon some sort of steering wheel converter or something ? to be honest not heard of it before. I have just wired up a game pad to my steering wheel controls and it works great in FI :-) If you let me know what sort of commands and how it sends them then I can have a look at it for you. My steering wheel control is kinda basic and only has 5 buttons which I've mapped to vol+, vol-, mute, prev, next

                      Steve
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                      • #12
                        It’s an USB device that simulates a keyboard and converts the resistive steering wheel controls into keyboard keys.

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                        • #13
                          So if I add some hotkeys would that do for now ? something like p for prev / n for next / u for vol+ and d for vol- .. o and space for mute ?

                          Let me know

                          Steve
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by cdrskull View Post
                            so if i add some hotkeys would that do for now ? Something like p for prev / n for next / u for vol+ and d for vol- .. O and space for mute ?

                            Let me know

                            steve
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by GizmoQ View Post
                              yes, yes, yes!
                              ok, I've added the following global keys. These work even if FreeICE doesn't have focus.. I will also add an option in the settings menu to turn these off if needed

                              u - vol+
                              d - vol-
                              p - prev
                              n - next
                              space - mute
                              x - exit FreeICE

                              They also work with the buttondown / up so if you hold 'u' it will increase the volume and keep going up until you release that button.

                              These will be in alpha 8 :-)

                              hope this helps

                              Steve
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