Been there, done that, replaced it with a smartphone.
Scott AFB, IL
I have just installed DXF-3.0, and I love it. Great job to all... I wasplayin around with setting my screen resolution to 1024x768 the other day, and my 7" Lilliput didn't like it. So I changed it back to 800x600. Now every time when I start RR w/ DXF-3.0 something is resetting the color quality back to 8-bit. If I min RR and reset it in display properties, all the screens eccept the main screen will display 16-bit or 32-bit. Is there a setting in the ini file, or something in winamp that might be causing this. This has me really stumped. And when I changed the screen res I also set it in RR config, I have also reset it to 800x600. This will not solve my problem either.
so the new library search feature is buried within the regular search button...is there anyway to remap the search button to the library button? cuz i really dont need the regular search and holding it down for the library search is a problem for me cuz it doesnt play nice with my touch screen. It only works half the times...
Sorry for this noob question, this is probably an easy fix for most of y'all but im having a tough time figuring it out.
nvm, i figured it out from looking at the digital fx 2.5 audio_browser.skin
I changed this line in Audio_Browser.skin for version 3.0
Everything seems to be working fine. I'm a happy man!B08,595,164,100,89,"Load;Audio_Search.skin",
BTW i just wanna point out that iList doesnt work in library search. Not sure if that was intentional or not...
But also, it freezes even without the radio connected to the pc? Are you using RRConfig to setup your radio settings? Set everything to HD Radio?
When I hit HD Radio, I do get a slight pause as the unit clicks on but no more than a few seconds. Also when going back to the Music screen to kick-off the radio there is another pause... unit clicks off... mutes Line-in... then Music screen loads.
I would double check your config settings next if you already have all the right files... in rr.ini set HDRadioport=3 (or whatever port you are using), radiomode=8 (for HDRadio)
Just trying to cover all bases. It seemed really simple in my setup so it may be a small bug on your end