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RE: [WINDOWS] HOW-TO use MCE remote in XBMC under Windows the easy way - TRaSH - 2014-03-20 15:49
beeing that the subtitles add-on changed in gotham,
how can i change it so it works with gotham
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RE: [WINDOWS] HOW-TO use MCE remote in XBMC under Windows the easy way - monisriz - 2014-03-20 16:35
(2014-03-20 06:01)baijuxavior Wrote: Use the mcemapper tool in my signature and set the power button to 'wake'.
Hi.. Thanks for your reply..
So just to clarify, your "mcemapper tool" will work alongside XBMC-Custom-Regis script? Also does this tool only affect remote functionality within XBMC or does it make it work within Windows environment as well..
Lastly, the "wake" function will put HTPC to sleep and wake it from S3 state? Or does it shut-down the computer to S5 and powers on from S5 as well?
Sorry if my language sounds confusing
RE: [WINDOWS] HOW-TO use MCE remote in XBMC under Windows the easy way - baijuxavior - 2014-03-21 06:57
The settings for mce remotes are stored in system registry. You can modify the registry key to change the behavior of the remote control buttons and mce mapper tool does exactly this. After each change you should restart the system. The three power options available are 'Shutdown', 'Sleep' and 'Wake'. Try Sleep.
RE: [WINDOWS] HOW-TO use MCE remote in XBMC under Windows the easy way - monisriz - 2014-03-22 03:16
So if I understand you correctly, MCEmapper does not interfere with XBMCCustomRegis or vice versa.. will try it this weekend and see how it goes..
RE: [WINDOWS] HOW-TO use MCE remote in XBMC under Windows the easy way - pr0xZen - 2014-03-24 20:01
I'm running Gotham Beta2 under win8.1pro, got both usb wireless keyboard and MCE RC6 remote.
Is there something else in this "bundle" interpreting or handling mappings? I've been trying for days to get my physical keyboard "number row" to actually output numbers. There is no instance of "JumpSMS#" in neither keyboard.xml or advancedsettings.xml, all number inputs (both <zero>, <one> [...] and <numpadzero>, <numpadone> [...] ) are mapped to "Number#". I can find no add-on/plugins pertaining to remote control or similar. Keyboard is functioning fine otherwise, bot with xbmc in background or not.
No matter what I try here, with all "numerical input" mappings to "Number#" - I still get T9/SMS "rotational" workings from the physical keyboard "number row", when inputting text in XBMC (Virtual keyboard window).
In my experimentation, I've managed to get straight numerical output from the remote by using MceRemoteMapper to map the numerical buttons to Numpad numbers. The keyboard does not have a numpad (Had to set numlock on in BIOS), so this doesn't really help solve the issue. I was hoping to keep the T9/SMS style imput for the remote, but I'm willing to loose that if it gives me numbers for the physical keyboard.
Pastebin debug: http://pastebin.com/i2vXnidP
Keyboard input at timestamp 19:18:01->
RE: [WINDOWS] HOW-TO use MCE remote in XBMC under Windows the easy way - frumbert - 2014-04-05 06:27
XPHome, 32Bit, SP3, AMD Semperon 3200+ 1.8GHz, 3GB Ram.
Clone RC6 MCE remote IR Receiver not being recognised. Showing as "MCE TRANCEIVR Emulator Device 2006". Neither WindowsXP-KB905213-x86-ENU.exe or WindowsXP-KB912024-v2-x86-ENU.exe will install - tried capturing the irbus.sys / inf files during install and manually adding them. Driver still won't detect device. Confirmed this IR receiver and remote is working on a non-windows machine (ubuntu). No "Human Interface Devices" section yet in device manager; http://xbmccustomregis.sourceforge.net/remote_auto.html mentions to check this thread.
RE: [WINDOWS] HOW-TO use MCE remote in XBMC under Windows the easy way - Naggie21 - 2014-04-15 13:36
Hope this is the right thread to ask this.
I've just installed an CIR receiver on my Intel DH61AG board an installed the Windows 8.1 driver. Everything works just fine, but since the CIR receiver can turn on the PC from S5, I would like the PC to turn off, in stead of just going to S3, when I press the power button. I'm using a Harmony One remote set up as a MCE remote. I guess the problem is, that the MCE protocol is set to go to S3 mode, when it receives a turn off signal from the remote, but is there a way to make that a shut down signal in stead. Maybe through regedit or maybe just through the MCEremote plugin in XBMC? I can see there is an entry in the MCEremote plugin called "Harmony discrete power on" and "Harmony discrete power off", but I have no idea how to set them up?
Can anyone please point me in the right direction?
RE: [WINDOWS] HOW-TO use MCE remote in XBMC under Windows the easy way - baijuxavior - 2014-04-15 15:21
You can try my mceremote mapper tool. Set the power button to shutdown instead of sleep.
RE: [WINDOWS] HOW-TO use MCE remote in XBMC under Windows the easy way - Naggie21 - 2014-04-15 16:12
Yeah, I found that as well. Worked as a charm. Thanks for your awesome tool