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    Girder & RR need help

    For the most part I have Girder working with RR But can not figure this problem out.

    I am trying to use the "select" command when I am in the audio browser and then when I am in the Sirius screen. Right now it works with the Audio player but when I go to the Sirius screen it does not work (or sometimes when I mess with the settings in Girder it will still control the audio player while still in the Sirius screen. (both audio will play from Sirius and Audio player)

    I would also like it to work in the External Gps screen like it should if possible. (Whatever audio is playing at the time Sirius or audio player it will work with it.

    Right now I have the "next" and "prev" working the way it should in each screen. I looked into the settings in there and had them the same for the "select" command but still can not get it to work.

    I am using Girder 4.0.15

    Any ideas on what I need to do to get this to work?

    Thanks everyone..
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    "SELECT" should only be used with AUDIO. If you want a button/command from girder to "act" differently on different modes (i.e. a button act as "SELECT" when using audio, and as "PLAY" when in Sirius) you need to use exectbl to define a new command:

    1-Make girder execute a new/undefined command (that you're creating), for instanse "BUTTON1"

    2-Add the function "BUTTON1" to exectbl, for instance:

    "BUTTON1","PLAY",SR
    "BUTTON1","SELECT"

    The above will make the command "BUTTON1" execute "PLAY" when in Sirius mode and execute "SELECT" on any other mode... you can also specify the .skin file name instead of SR to specify what command it should execute when "BUTTON1" is called from that specific screen... the last command without the 2nd comma is always the default for whatever is not specified above it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by guino View Post
    "SELECT" should only be used with AUDIO. If you want a button/command from girder to "act" differently on different modes (i.e. a button act as "SELECT" when using audio, and as "PLAY" when in Sirius) you need to use exectbl to define a new command:

    1-Make girder execute a new/undefined command (that you're creating), for instanse "BUTTON1"

    2-Add the function "BUTTON1" to exectbl, for instance:

    "BUTTON1","PLAY",SR
    "BUTTON1","SELECT"

    The above will make the command "BUTTON1" execute "PLAY" when in Sirius mode and execute "SELECT" on any other mode... you can also specify the .skin file name instead of SR to specify what command it should execute when "BUTTON1" is called from that specific screen... the last command without the 2nd comma is always the default for whatever is not specified above it...
    Makes sence.. Thanks again Guino!
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    Sort of off the original question..After MANY DAYS of actually getting my PAC SWI to work with my sterring wheel controls i am off to girder. I have girder (ver. 4) recognizing commands. I have the latest RR.GML. I have opened the GML in girder..Do I have to do anything else>? I have tried RR and the volume seems to work however nothing else, and I only need the track forward and backward buttons to work. Do I have to "activate RR.GML within girder to run with RR? or should girder recognize RR is open and running and just work?? I am so lost...Please help..Thanks!

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    No, you don't need to "activate" RR.GML, ( its not like M$...LOL) I don't know which girder RR.GML file you are using but you first might want to open the rr.gml file in notepad and try and do a find/replace. Find rr.exe and replace with RoadRunner.exe. The rr.gml file that you have could still be using RR old file name.
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    I have a RR.GML file you uploaded and stated was updated..I had an older version in which I followed your instructions and changed to RoadRunner.exe I think I might now be doing something correctly in Girder. I have the GML loaded, and no other GML's. I do the "Add remote", and program what I need. Do I have to assign that remote to the GML? When I click to, there is no remote present. However when I press a button, the LOG entry showes the button push and the name of the remote I saved.. Do I need to go in and still manually assign my buttons or configure with the RR GML? Thanks...

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    You have to add an event to a rr cmd in girder and and when girder sees that event taking place, fires whatever you have that event tied to..
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    Ok.....I'll giver a try in the morning.. Thank you.

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    Worked very well, thank you.

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