Solved Issue - Video stop with backspace button

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Colin15150 Offline
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Post: #31
Here is the XBMC Keymap from the userdata folder (Openelec)

<keymap>
<fullscreenvideo>
<keyboard>
<key id="61448">stop</key>
</keyboard>
</fullscreenvideo>
</keymap>

However (and weirdly), on the windows laptop I have used Keymap editor on (and made the desired change, which works) there is nothing in the userdata keymaps folder. It must have changed something elsewhere.
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namtih Offline
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Post: #32
Give this a try. It's working fine for me.
http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid...id=1131804
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Colin15150 Offline
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Post: #33
Sorry to redirect this thread but I've got this stop with bavkspace working great on one pi I have (using the keymap editor program) but it does not work with another pi using CEC and a Panasonic viera remote. Has anyone any ideas how I reassign the backspace button (to function as stop) in the latter CEC remote case?

Cheers Colin
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Post: #34
the keymap editor addon you've been using for the other PI doesn't catch the CEC commands? (I never used that addon, that's why I'm asking)
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Post: #35
(2014-06-15 13:01)da-anda Wrote:  the keymap editor addon you've been using for the other PI doesn't catch the CEC commands? (I never used that addon, that's why I'm asking)
Sorry for the slight dealy in replying. The Keymap editor does catch the keys you press on the remote using CEC (and comes up with a number on the editor), but it does not map the button unfortunately.

Cheers,
Colin
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