System menu disabled on Raspberry Pi
#1
Hi,
Relatively new to Kodi.
After some playing around and testing, and using Confluence as my preferred Skin, I wanted to have my setup as a dedicated Music Player.
For that I wanted the interface to be as minimal as possible, so I disabled all menu options apart from 'Music', as I won't be using those other options (TV, Movies, Games, Weather etc)
But I also disabled 'System'.
Hmmm, now that is totally inaccessible. I can't seem find anything on this forum related to fixing this. There's some info on modifying files on Windows etc, but if I plug my SD card in my PC, I don't see any of those files that need to be edited.

Any way to get the System option back?
And is there any way to have this linked to a keyboard shortcut, so if I still want to disable the menu option, it would still be available, but just not visible?
Many thanks.

Cheers,
Stefan
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#2
343997 (thread)
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(2019-05-25, 00:47)Karellen Wrote: 343997 (thread)

Thanks. I did see that one, but as I said in my post, that refers to an install on Windows.
I have a Raspberry Pi with LibreElec/Kodi on an SD card, and if I put that SD card in my computer (win10) I do not see any of those files.
All I have is a folder called 'Overlays' and .dtb files and some others. No 'Settings.xml' or anything.
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I don't use LibreELEC, but looking at the wiki it states the userdata folder is in /storage/.kodi/userdata/
Userdata (wiki)

If that is of no help others will need to advise.

Maybe @Hitcher can consider adding a shortcut to the shutdown menu?
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(2019-05-25, 00:57)Stefke Wrote:
(2019-05-25, 00:47)Karellen Wrote: 343997 (thread)

Thanks. I did see that one, but as I said in my post, that refers to an install on Windows.
I have a Raspberry Pi with LibreElec/Kodi on an SD card, and if I put that SD card in my computer (win10) I do not see any of those files.
All I have is a folder called 'Overlays' and .dtb files and some others. No 'Settings.xml' or anything. 
What happens if you open an explorer window on your pc and stick:
\\LibreELEC
in the address bar?
If you see a 'Userdata' share you can follow the instructions in Karellen's link.
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https://wiki.libreelec.tv/accessing_libr...__sambasmb
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(2019-05-25, 01:57)trogggy Wrote:
(2019-05-25, 00:57)Stefke Wrote:  
What happens if you open an explorer window on your pc and stick:
\\LibreELEC
in the address bar?
If you see a 'Userdata' share you can follow the instructions in Karellen's link. 

Hi,
Both the method of \\LibreELEC and the method of accessing via Samba worked. Thanks!
So, was able to restore without having to do a full install again.
Still keen to know if there's a way to disable all menu options from main view apart from Music, but have others like Add-On and System accessible another easy way (via keyboard shortcut?)

Cheers,
Stefan
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#8
Keymap (wiki)

https://kodi.wiki/view/Keymap#GUI_built-in.27s

ActivateWindow(settings)

ActivateWindow(addonbrowser)
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