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Thread: NuLOOQ Navigator and tooldial -- Yowza!

  1. #21
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    I use Front Row exclusively for my Mac'd Ride. I figure that it's a simple, pretty interface that works natively on my Mac, so why not? I don't use navigation or anything like that, so another front end is not necessary.

    I purchased the NuLooq after my Griffin AirClick USB went on the fritz. I can't use the Apple remote because the Mini is mounted in my glove box.

    I must say, I've gotten it to work dang near perfect with some tweaking of the sensitivity settings. I use it to control scrolling through artist names (etc.), volume, center click for selecting, and browsing menus. It works very nicely.

    In short, this is to say that the NuLooq works VERY well with Front Row if you program it correctly.

  2. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by snoslicer8 View Post
    I use Front Row exclusively for my Mac'd Ride. I figure that it's a simple, pretty interface that works natively on my Mac, so why not? I don't use navigation or anything like that, so another front end is not necessary.

    I purchased the NuLooq after my Griffin AirClick USB went on the fritz. I can't use the Apple remote because the Mini is mounted in my glove box.

    I must say, I've gotten it to work dang near perfect with some tweaking of the sensitivity settings. I use it to control scrolling through artist names (etc.), volume, center click for selecting, and browsing menus. It works very nicely.

    In short, this is to say that the NuLooq works VERY well with Front Row if you program it correctly.

    can you share your settings?

  3. #23
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    Sure thing. I'll try to remember them off the top of my head.

    For the Nav Ring-
    Twist Right: System Volume Up
    Twist Left: System Volume Down
    Push Right: Right Arrow Key
    Push Left: Left Arrow Key
    Push Up: Up Arrow Key
    Push Down: Down Arrow Key
    All Nav Ring functions have the sensitivity set to the lowest possible so they don't interfere with each other.

    For the Touch-Sensitive Wheel-
    Clockwise: Down arrow with high repeat rate
    Counter-Clockwise: Up arrow with high repeat rate
    Trigger Point 1 (Left): Command-Escape
    Trigger Point 2 (Touch sensitive middle): Enter

    Hope this helps some.

  4. #24
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    looks good-- my nulooq arrived today!

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    I'm feeling like I may have to get one of these. Very nice.
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    2003 Nissan Pathfinder
    4x4, MacMini, In-Dash


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