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    Centrafuse keymaps??

    any plans to work on this with david??

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    Bump!!! where u at Zorro?

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    I guess, the interface is well documented ... do it yourself.
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    originalnick2, you heard the man...lets make it happen. I'll try to figure out how to put one together soon.

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    Dammit zorro, this could have been your first chargable upgrade -when is new version due out?

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    Don't expect a release within the next month. I'm having problems with the recent changes and the Smartphone part still is half done.

    Here's the "Key" function explained:

    Use the action="key" and place any key into command.
    For example:
    command="h,e,l,l,o" would send "hello" to the current window.

    The comma (,) is used as a separator. To send the key strokes to a specific window, set processName or windowCaption as well. Otherwise, it'll send the key strokes to the current foreground window.

    Beside alphanumeric keys you can use control keys as well. Here's a list:

    COMMA
    BACK
    TAB
    CLEAR
    RETURN
    SHIFT
    CTRL
    ALT
    PAUSE
    CAPITAL
    ESCAPE
    SPACE
    PRIOR
    NEXT
    END
    HOME
    LEFT
    UP
    RIGHT
    DOWN
    SELECT
    PRINT
    EXECUTE
    SNAPSHOT
    INSERT
    DELETE
    HELP
    STARTKEY
    CONTEXTKEY
    NUMPAD0
    NUMPAD1
    NUMPAD2
    NUMPAD3
    NUMPAD4
    NUMPAD5
    NUMPAD6
    NUMPAD7
    NUMPAD8
    NUMPAD9
    MULTIPLY
    ADD
    SEPARATOR
    SUBTRACT
    DECIMAL
    DIVIDE
    F1
    F2
    F3
    F4
    F5
    F6
    F7
    F8
    F9
    F10
    F11
    F12
    F13
    F14
    F15
    F16
    F17
    F18
    F19
    F20
    F21
    F22
    F23
    F24
    NUMLOCK

    To use a combination like "ALT+F" put into Command "ALT,f".
    For some actions you'll need to release a key (e.g. the Alt-Key). This can be achieved by preceeding a "-" to a control key (not the standard keys).

    Example for a Taskswitch: "ALT, TAB, RIGHT,-ALT"
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    Thanks!!! will post it up when complete

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    little confused about the process name...
    is this a default defiined in centrafuse itself?
    anyway here is what i have....
    Code:
    <KeyMapping id="Keymap for Centrafuse" author="Nick Sutton" created="2004-10-12" lastUpdate="2004-10-18" comment="Works only with PhoCo V1.2.1746 and higher"  symbol="KeyMaps\cf.png" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="PhoneCtl.KeyMap.xsd">
    	<Key id="Key_0" state="OnPress" action="Say" command="System Ready"/>
    	<Key id="Key_1" state="OnPress" action="Say" command="Hi"/>
    	<Key id="Key_2" state="OnPress" action="Say" command="Fancy a pint"/>
    	<Key id="Key_3" state="OnPress" action="Say" command="Lady Drivers"/>
    	<Key id="Key_4" state="OnPress" action="Say" command="F You"/>
    	<Key id="Key_5" state="OnPress" action="Say" command="Lets go for a drive"/>
    	<Key id="Key_6" state="OnPress" action="Say" command="bored"/>
    	<Key id="Key_7" state="OnPress" action="Say" command="bye"/>
    	<Key id="Key_8" state="OnPress" action="Say" command="call me""/>
    	<Key id="Key_9" state="OnPress" action="Say" command="honk""/>
    	<!--<Key id="Key_Star" state="OnPress" action="Key" command="0x111;7;0" processName="H2-WM-COMMAND" description="CHANNELUP"/>
    	<Key id="Key_Hash" state="OnPress" action="Key" command="0x111;8;0" processName="H2-WM-COMMAND" description="CHANNELDOWN"/> -->
    	<Key id="Key_VolUp" state="OnPress" action="Key" command="CTRL,ALT,UP" processName="H2-WM-COMMAND" description="VOLUP"/>
    	<Key id="Key_VolDown" state="OnPress" action="Key" command="CTRL,ALT,DOWN" processName="H2-WM-COMMAND" description="VOLDOWN"/>
    	<Key id="Key_Up" state="OnPress" action="Key" command="CTRL,ALT,P" processName="H2-WM-COMMAND" description="PLAY"/>
    	<Key id="Key_Down" state="OnPress" action="Key" command="CTRL,ALT,S" processName="H2-WM-COMMAND" description="Stop"/>
    	<Key id="Key_Left" state="OnPress" action="Key" command="CTRL,ALT,LEFT" processName="H2-WM-COMMAND" description="PREVIOUS"/>
    	<Key id="Key_Right" state="OnPress" action="Key" command="CTRL,ALT,RIGHT" processName="H2-WM-COMMAND" description="NEXT"/>
    	<!--<Key id="Key_Enter" state="OnPress" action="Key" command="0x111;5;0" processName="H2-WM-COMMAND" description="SELECT"/> -->
    	<Key id="Key_Back" state="OnPress" action="Key" command="CTRL,SHIFT,Z" processName="H2-WM-COMMAND" description="MAIN MENU"/>
    	<Key id="Key_Clear" state="OnPress" action="Key" command="CTRL,ALT,M" processName="H2-WM-COMMAND" description="MUTE"/>
    	<!--<Key id="Key_FK1" state="OnPress" action="Key" command="0x111;21;0" processName="H2-WM-COMMAND" description="PLAY"/>
    	<Key id="Key_FK2" state="OnPress" action="Key" command="0x111;22;0" processName="H2-WM-COMMAND" description="PAUSE"/>-->
    	<Key id="Key_FK3" state="OnPress" action="Switch" command="Mouse.KeyMap.xml" processName="H2-WM-COMMAND" description="Mouse functions"/>
    	<!--<Key id="Key_FK4" state="OnPress" action="Key" command="0x111;51;0" processName="H2-WM-COMMAND" description="GOTO MOVIES"/>-->
    </KeyMapping>

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    The processName for CF is centrafuse. Since CF uses Windows HotKeys, you can skip that.

    Nice assignment for 0-9
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    k, cheers!

    Will assign them to something useful when i can test this 2moro

    nick

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