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    Frodo Authored Services[Discussion Thread]

    You can discuss the services that I authored here.

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    How about adding a function to detect shutdown/restart/hibernate and resume from hibernation to PowerFunctions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    How about adding a function to detect shutdown/restart/hibernate and resume from hibernation to PowerFunctions?
    I could do it, but you likely wouldn't get the message until after hibernate occured.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frodobaggins
    I could do it, but you likely wouldn't get the message until after hibernate occured.
    Well, in NaviVoice, I get the message and I have time to pause recognition. How do you think I got SAPI to resume after hibernation

    So, is FC that much slower

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    Well, in NaviVoice, I get the message and I have time to pause recognition. How do you think I got SAPI to resume after hibernation

    So, is FC that much slower
    It depends on how you implement it. You can pause hibernation until you are done doing whatever you need to do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xBrady
    It depends on how you implement it. You can pause hibernation until you are done doing whatever you need to do.
    I didn't even needed to do that. I guess my events were executed faster than the hibernation.

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    That's not the problem. It's just the way Windows works, unless you do some special handling of hibernation yourself, sending messages will likely not reach the other apps until they come back, as they have prepared for hibernate. The reason you can pause Sapi is because it is running in your own app.

    We can try it out and see if it works though
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    Quote Originally Posted by frodobaggins
    That's not the problem. It's just the way Windows works, unless you do some special handling of hibernation yourself, sending messages will likely not reach the other apps until they come back, as they have prepared for hibernate. The reason you can pause Sapi is because it is running in your own app.

    We can try it out and see if it works though
    True, or send that app a command after your app has finished executing its instructions

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    Sweet, people with USB devices that are recalcitrant when it comes to waking up from sleep/hibernation will be able to use this to launch a mechanism to re-initialize the offending hardware.
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    Ok. I have found several bugs in my joystick service, however they are easy to fix.

    But now I have another problem, and I need input on how to solve it.

    Ok, the service enumerates and post events for 4 joysticks.

    What do I do if the user decides to start a game or some other app that needs
    the joysticks ? How should I proceed there ?

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