Sometimes it's interesting just to sit and watch the bottom of this thread, to see who is visiting. I see more names that I have never seen a post in the thread from, than people that post in the thread hahah!
Here are some from a couple minutes ago:
Mini Sumo, SoulR, Thor454, Freak4Dell, 2004SMB, turbotimbo
Hey now...I've posted in this thread. :p
I just come visit because I get a notification every time somebody posts. It's kind of disappointing when the new post isn't an announcement that DFX5 has arrived.
Nah, I'm just pulling your leg. I know you set a deadline for yourself, so I'll see that post soon. It looks like my CarPC project may be on hold for a while anyway, so it's not like I need it right now.
Welcome to the discussion! Yea, the deadline..... You know, if you are not ready for it, I could extend the deadline. :)
Seriously though, the deadline......that means sometime within the next 2 weeks. This time is gonna go faster than I want it to LOL
Yes I'm one of those that has been keeping tabs on this thread for a long time without ever posting. I think DFX4 is is great skin and I've used it almost exclusively since I built my first car PC, so I'm looking forward to DFX5. Keep up the good work, you have many more fans than actually post here.
this one and remap the seldomly used right mouse button? I was looking at all kind of foot switches and schematics and was thinking this might be easy and free.
In your hotkey program, you can use it to watch for the Right mouse-click, and turn it into a key, I will use simply the space bar for example.
in the RR root folder there is a program called KeyCode.exe. If you run that, and press a key, it will give you a code. Pressing the space bar for instance gives you 32. You then open the keytbl.ini in the root RR folder, and put this line in there:
Now, any time you press the space bar, the system would start to listen.
As another example, if you want to go to the audio screen any time the space bar is pressed, the line would look like:
As you can see, you can have any command that RR understands mapped to any key press. To keep from interfering, when you actually want to type something, you can add alt, ctrl ect to a key. For instance you could use Crtl+ Alt+ Shift+ Space in the key program to get 6032. Then use this line:
This way it will only fire when you press all of those keys.
Now, if you are handy with a soldering gun, you can take an old crappy mouse, dissemble it, and solder 2 wires to the right mouse button. You can then run those 2 wires to a momentary switch that you can put anywhere to trigger the system to listen, or fire any RR command that you want to with the push of a button.
F11 and F12 are very good, isolated keys for this. I have them mapped to RRVCOFF and RRVCON respectively...
Wow, John, you've been busy today. Thanks for clearing up the confusion about the mic. I went ahead and ordered. Also, congrats on scoring Win 7 for Jebus.
Yes, my hope is that I can figure out a way to use a bluetooth mouse to trigger RRvoice. Bluetooth because I don't want to run any more wires than absolutely necessary. I don't need the mouse for any other purpose, so I'm hoping I can map any or all of the buttons to trigger RRV. Many thanks for your offer to help me. I'm going to study your posts and the other available information and see if I can figure it out. If not, maybe I'll ask you a question or two.