Author Topic: girder integration  (Read 5185 times)

dagoon

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girder integration
« on: 19 Jun '03 - 18:32 »
Hi
I there somebody who used girder to control xmplay?
I have problems attaching to messages, I also failed to
simulate hotkeys... :(

any Idea?

regards

Keltic Danor

  • XMPlay Support
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Re: girder integration
« Reply #1 on: 19 Jun '03 - 20:25 »
I'm not sure how you were trying to do it. But I downloaded Girdir and gave it a try.

If you set the hotkeys in XMPlay to something like:

ctrl + shift + alt + num0 = next track

You can get girder to make XMPlay think that combo has been pressed by:

Create a new command,
Under "Keyboard" put in whatever hotkey combo XMPlay uses.

Is that what you were trying to achieve? or gives you ideas?

Not sure what you meant by attaching messages... if you want to elaborate on what your trying to get Girder to do I could look into it some more.

I can't really test it properly though, don't have the right gadgets :P
« Last Edit: 19 Jun '03 - 20:26 by KelticDanor »

dagoon

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Re: girder integration
« Reply #2 on: 19 Jun '03 - 21:14 »
Hi

Quote

If you set the hotkeys in XMPlay to something like:
ctrl + shift + alt + num0 = next track
You can get girder to make XMPlay think that combo has been pressed by:
Create a new command,
Under "Keyboard" put in whatever hotkey combo XMPlay uses.


I did bu it doesn't work :( What target do you chose? (in the keyboard configuration in girder theres [target] button).

I will check latest girder version...

Keltic Danor

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Re: girder integration
« Reply #3 on: 20 Jun '03 - 05:34 »
I did'nt pick a target, guess it does'nt need one. Since XMPlay is catching the hotkey, girder isn't really sending it to XMPlay.