MJSG RR - Public Release - NEW XM, Improved HD *7/18/08 - UPDATED*
******* UPDATED 7/18/2008 ********
+ fixed Signal Strength on resume
NEW XMComm.dll you must register new dll
7/11/08 / 7/15/08
+ removed messagebox alert on xm issues, added more xm debugging log
+ has support for MJSG UAS
+ completly rewritten, next/prev channel for XM
+ will use FAVs correctly
+ added safety check on FAV list entry
+ added safety check for invalid FAVs
here is the public release... a couple of things must be noted.
THANKS TO: Dave323Ci, for all the testing!
the RR source code is based from 11/2/2007, since thats the NEWEST i could find
Do not use fadevolume, set it to fadeinvolume=false, unless you are using the winamp line in plug in for ALL sources. Complicated to explain why, but it needs a complete concept rewrite.
XM Radio was completely rewritten.
- XM Channels arnt cached, they load on each run. it might be cached in future, but for now no. its a quick load, and happens in background.
- favorite lists,load in too..
HD Radio improved.
switching between HD/XM/Mp3 should be instant.
RR will also resumemusic to HD/XM/Sirius/MP3 when RR loads, based on last used source (resumemusic=2)
HD Radio and XM Radio is "always" on, also power for these devices must be done correctly. each radio MUST be on when the PC is on. that simple. for example on HD radio, there is a Yellow and Red power wire. the YELLOW is constant 12volts, the RED needs to be on when PC is on, therefore best connection would be Hard Drive +12volts. XM Radio, depending on your set up, has a 12Volt power connection, this needs to be on when pc is on, so again Hard Drive +12volts. A good solution is a PC power controlled relay.
I havent touched Sirius(yet), infact i havent tested it at all... hopefully it still works...
some new RR.ini commands
debugmode=true, must be set to use the above
also... there is a new LPT amp control built in, but more on that later
unzip MJS-RoadRunner.zip to your RoadRunner directory, overwriting ALL files
there is a new hdcomm.dll and xmcomm.dll
then run in the RoadRunner directory: "MJSG-RR-RunMe1st.cmd" this will register the control classes
with your system
set all you settings in RR.ini
xmtype is no longer needed
xmport=x, where x is the comport that xm is connected to
prob so much more info i need to get accross ... but enough for now
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