(2012-04-25 05:09)kevev Wrote: Thank You for considering this Bengalih. Yes, adjusting the volume slider in the Netflix window would be the best solution. But if I use the Android XBMC remote, how would this be controlled? I could only think of it reading the XBMC volume before changing it, and match for Netflix slider. Then when killing Netflix window reset the XBMC volume to the original value. Can you think of an easier way to do this while using a remote app that utilizes the HTTP API?
AFAIK the XBMC android remote can ONLY control XBMC. XBMC and anything that controls it directly is irrelevant to the conversation with XBMCFlix-o-mate. XBMCFlix-o-mate is a 100% stand alone program from both XBMC and XBMCFlicks. The only interaction it has is in monitoring for the Netflix window (opened via XBMCFlicks) and then sending automated mouse-clicks via the defined hotkeys.
If you understand this, then you will know that you cannot control XBMCFlicks-o-mate using the android remote...as the android remote cannot send the hotkeys that XBMCFlick-o-mate needs. If I am missing something here, please let me know - otherwise I need to be sure you understand the above before moving on....
IF I were to implement volume control within Netflix it would simply be to control the slider up and down to the limits within Netflix. This means that the volume will be relative to whatever your system volume is at.
I see no need to try to sync the volume of Netflix of XBMC to the system volume. There are almost no apps that work this way. I would say it is against best practice for an app to modify the system's volume as that could be obtrusive to other applications on the system. You should set your system volume to the maximum volume that you would ever want to hear (ever) and then use volume control within each application to set your preferred level.
(2012-04-25 05:09)kevev Wrote: Also:
Windows 7 SP1 32bit with IE 9.0.8112.16421
Java 6 Update 31
Sikuli X-1.0rc3 (r905)
The "Full Screen" button never seems to get selected automatically. Pressing "F" does not do full screen until the video is clicked and then "F" is pressed. It looks like the video does not have focus as expected.
I'm not exactly sure what issue you are describing, as "F" is the manual method of bringing Netflix into full screen and not the method XBMCFlix-o-mate uses.
What method are you using to send your hotkeys to XBMCFlix-o-mate? Are you simply pressing them on the keyboard, or do you have a remote setup to send the hotkeys? Do all the other hotkeys work for you (subtitle on/off, next/back episode, etc?).