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  • RR, MM and Girder

    Guino

    Having an issue with Girder and MM and RR.

    The issue is that I use a number of keys on my remote for multiple functions.

    Previously I have used the class name of the window to enable/ disable functions and also get focus on a particular window. However, I notice that both MM and RR use the class name ThunderRT6Main or ThunderRT6Form (or something like that!!) which dosen't allow me to use this ability any more.

    I know that you will be able to help a halfwit like me....

    Cheers

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    Re-boxed Dell Optiplex GX110 PIII 733 256Mb RAM
    Modified Sproggy PSU
    Custom made automatic start-up/ shut-down controller
    Dual 2.5" HDDs
    Laptop DVD Reader
    D-Link FM Radio
    5" PSOne LCD
    Installed and working. 75% complete.

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    Re-boxed Dell Optiplex GX110 PIII 733 256Mb RAM
    Modified Sproggy PSU
    Custom made automatic start-up/ shut-down controller
    Dual 2.5" HDDs
    Laptop DVD Reader
    D-Link FM Radio
    5" PSOne LCD
    Installed and working. 75% complete.

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      That class name can't be changed because VB6 doesn't allow it.. you'll either have to use the window name (if possible) or define a button to switch the group of functions in girder...

      In RR it is also possible to make SET commands for each button then add the commands that each button should execute in RR based on the current screen. For this, just enther something like this on your GIRDER command:

      "BUTTONXX" (i.e. "BUTTON1", "BUTTON2" etc)

      Then open ExecTBL.INI and set what each button should do (for each screen) like:

      "BUTTON1","PLAY",audio_player.skin
      "BUTTON1","AUDIO",menu.skin

      and so on.. just read the comments in ExecTBL.ini for more details.
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      • #4
        I knew you would have the answer!!!!!
        Re-boxed Dell Optiplex GX110 PIII 733 256Mb RAM
        Modified Sproggy PSU
        Custom made automatic start-up/ shut-down controller
        Dual 2.5" HDDs
        Laptop DVD Reader
        D-Link FM Radio
        5" PSOne LCD
        Installed and working. 75% complete.

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