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Thread: IGNav (New toy for the new year)

  1. #11
    Variable Bitrate
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    Dec 2007
    OK, everything is fixed now, and no need for any fake registry entries for a pre iGuidance 4; IGNav will now compensate.

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    FLAC Marvin Hlavac's Avatar
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    May 2005
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    Quote Originally Posted by cMags View Post
    Hey Marvin... I noticed that high CPU usage the other day when I tried to use iGkeys (v1.22) as a template for a script of my own. I discovered it's due to your While(1) loop waiting for keystrokes. I modified mine (which was simple and spiked to 100%) to basically do a While(1) Sleep(50) <code> WEnd. Worked great for me and didn't miss a beat for catching keypresses. Just a thought for ya. Oh and don't worry about that problem I asked you about with RR and iG not getting focus - I ended up just waiting for iG to come to focus, then when it loses focus, force it back (only when switching to that screen). Works pretty well.

    Thanks, and sorry I have not had much time for this in the past few months. I don't even have AutoIt installed on my main PC at the moment (which I needed to install Vista on recently).

    I have no clue why I didn't put any Sleep() to the while loop. Thanks, I'll keep that in mind and I'll add it there (eventually) !

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