FYI to All:
The "Sim.WMSGs" is a completely normal line to see in the debug. What this tells you is that one more or more apps are sending rr a window message at the same. I asked the Man about those lines some time ago, because I was curious what they stood for. He had also said that 1-4 was a normal range, it when you see more larger than 4 is when you might start to see problems...
JohnWPB, Is it possible to load the navigation program Co Pilot from within DigitalFX 3.0?
Ok, silly question I know, but I really don't want to search all over for this answer. I've set up a button controller (iMon Ultrabay) for Streetdeck and it works great. Now I want to try doing the same thing for DFX 3.0. Is there a keystroke map somewhere for the module selection without having to go into the code?
The file your looking for is the "KeyTbl.ini" in the Road Runner folder. It defines keys and what function is associated with it. Depending on what your trying to do, you might have to continue that function into the exectbl.ini file to allow you to put several rr cmds to one function.
try main for the main menu.
also have a read of skincommands.txt (it should be in the root of your roadrunner/roar runner folder.)
So far, the iMon Ultrabay is extremely impressive with RR Digital FX. It knows and displays song info (MP3's), equalizer, and on internet radio, it knows and displays station, ip, song, artist, (album I think). Internet radio also sounds really good! It doesn't know XM, and when navigation starts (iGuidance), it "loses" it's place and doesn't know where RR is. In other words, once navigation starts, the iMon buttons quit working until you touch some button on RR. It also knows when CNN is playing and when the last update was (readout shows CNN update xx/xx at xx:xx).
Finally got around to installing DFX3.0 and so far it is truly amazing!
I could sure use some help with a few things. I did a search but I must have searched for the wrong keywords so if you could point me in the right direction I'll read it for myself.
First thing. I checked out the "themes" and picked the emerald green theme. However after that I decided to go back to my old DFX2.0 look and no matter what I do it stays as that theme. I used to have the blue coral back ground with the dodge icon with the analog clock around it. I can get the clock part to work but the menu itself is still that theme and not the background walpaper or the other things I can choose under settings.
Second thing. In the first post there is a screen shot showing some sort of visualization and the caption says "menu with visualization enabled" What must I do to get my menu to display that? Do I need to change my winamp visualization from milkdrop to something else?
Third, when I go to that setting where I can change the color of the menu and then save them as day or night skin and then below it are buttons saying "switch to day or switch to night" nothing happens. I can pick a color and click save to day and when I click switch to day nothing changes. Likewise with night. No change anywhere.
I'll mess with it more tomorrow. I was just stuck on these three things.