azinck Wrote:I considered this. It's true that the transport buttons are often redundant but I think they're still useful for when you might be listening to music while doing something else in the interface. In that situation they give you one-touch access to those behaviors without having to pull up the music screen. I would be more eager to remove them if I could think of buttons I'd really like to add in place of them. Do you have any suggestions for useful buttons that could go in their place?
Actually I don't, and now that I know about the middle d-pad button I can't think of any thing. Is it possible to show a currently playing icon, showing the dvd cover or cd cover of what your watching or listening to, but I don't know how hard that would be...
azinck Wrote:Hmm, volume up and down work for me just fine (I'm running the Windows version of XBMC) but I'll keep an eye on that problem.
I'm running on the original xbox if that matters at all
azinck Wrote:Yes, this would be very easy to do. All this little app does is send HTTP requests. You can do this yourself without knowing anything about j
- In the n770/js directory, open controls.js in your text editor of choice
- in the "command_map" array at the top of the file find the line that starts with 'btn-vol-down' and change the command to whatever http request you need to send to event ghost. You would change the portion of the line that's in green below:
- do the same for 'btn-vol-up' and 'mute' (and anything else!), if you want.Code:
Sweet, if it's that easy then this is turning out to be the perfect app for me!