Boseman Wrote:The ATV remote has a very limited selection of commands. The menu button does indeed take you out of the script (Standard, I believe, for exiting a script in XBMC). The left and right controls can be used to move back and forth from the left hand main menu and the right side of the screen. (Up and Down can of course be used within the windows) Still a bit frustrating since that means you will need to always go back to Home or Favorites to navigate to the desired Navi-Xtreme or Navi-X Network portal locations.
Press/hold menu does bring up the context menu on a selected item.
I personally use the iPhone XBMC Xmote app which connects to the web server. This allows full navigation (not just for Navi-X but also for the rest of the XBMC media server), like you would find on an Xbox. The "back" button allows backing out one level. I would assume you could get most of the same features with a harmony remote based on all the effort for XBMC by the developers/community.
I personally love this script. It has become almost an exclusive approach for internet media for me. Very clean design with a solid developer and very helpful community @ http://navix.turner3d.net/. It integrates well with the rest of XBMC.
With Navi-X 2.9.3, an update was made to the script for the AppleTV remote to have the menu button back out one level (like the back button on an X-Box). Use the Exit menu item to exit the script.