Quote:1. you need to ad an option to be able to diable losses focus somtimes it does some weired things on my system
2. could you add an option to check focus once and one time only.
1. You can disable the focus by using Win+F9 shortcut. Are you using this key combination Win+F9 for any other purpose?. Also when you close xbmc, XBMCLauncher will stop sending focus message until xbmc is started again.
2. Will be added in the next version.
Quote:I had a look in the source code, and can see where to do this, but when I try to compile with AutoHotKey, I keep getting a problem on line 26 with the #warn variable. (this is without making changes to the .ahk file) (XBMCLauncher.ahk file that is).
Do I need to do more than just compile the ahk file with autohotkey?
Thanks for trying the source code. I hope it was easy for you to understand the code logic. I have commented most of the code. Use Autohotkey_L or delete the #warn line.
Quote:one thing I would like is for it not to close XBMC on sleep and fire it up again.
I added this option because when xbmc resumes from hibernation or sleep, it fails to find my hdmi audio and i need to close xbmc and start it again. I will add an option to disable this as per user choice.
Quote:I realized this. But unfortunately I just use the IMON and xbmconimon to work display, and IRSS to use the remote control from the receiver, and the SVP for smooth video. And just runs in the background of a few programs for the work of the lights and control external devices. So the expansion of the list of startup programs are very necessary.
I can add that. How many number of additional programs you need? One or two? If you know autohotkey scripts, you can add it yourself by editing the XBMCLauncher.ahk file in the source code.