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  • OSKTOCMD/OSKTOVAR don't wait until I press ENTER

    I have written my own playlist search tool, which is running fine. I now want to embed the program in my skin, i.e. enter the searchstring with the OSK and launch the search tool after this. I tried this button code:

    Code:
    B12,700,200,080,040,"OSKTOCMD;searchstring||RUN;search.exe|$searchstring$|WHOLE"
    RoadRunner doesn't wait till I press ENTER on the OSK, though. The OSK appears and the program directly launches. To check what the problem is I added an delay after the OSKTOCMD command:

    Code:
    B12,700,200,080,040,"OSKTOCMD;searchstring||WAIT;10||RUN;search.exe|$searchstring$|WHOLE"
    Now when I press the button the OSK appears and RR waits 10 seconds, then the program is RUN.

    I don't see the sense in this function when RR doesn't wait for me to enter something at the OSK. Instead it should wait until I press ENTER at the OSK.

    EDIT: It's the same with OSKTOVAR.

    EDIT2: RR 11-02-2007

  • #2
    To my wondering eyes...it looks like you didn't follow the skin cmd txt...(tisk, tisk)

    Proper OSKTOCMD usage...

    "OSDTOCMD;searchstring;RUN;search.exe|$searchstrin g$|WHOLE" <-- this is your line corrected..

    "OSKTOCMD;<NAME OF VARIABLE>;<COMMAND TO EXECUTE>"

    oh, and my I add that you might want to try my media plugin when its released...
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Blue ZX3 View Post
      To my wondering eyes...it looks like you didn't follow the skin cmd txt...(tisk, tisk)
      Yeah, you're right. I really thought I read it correctly, sorry about that . Thanks alot . I'll look out for your media plugin.

      If someone is interested: It seems you have to separate the args with spaces here. This line works for me:
      B12,700,200,080,040,"OSKTOCMD;searchstring;RUN;sea rch.exe|$searchstring$ WHOLE"

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