jw76 Wrote:Thanks for adding this functionality in the 2.0 release. I have modified the SystemTray to include an icon that emulates the 'm' key. Problem being, when the overlay appears on the screen, there is no way to close this from the touch screen. Since player controls display, disables all other controls on the screen.
Does anyone know, if a method exists, to enable all existing controls on the screen (eg the SystemTray buttons) , when presented with the player controls display? I could also add a "PreviousMenu" button to the player controls window...
Go into PlayerControls.xml and add a button that is positioned near the system tray area so it overlaps the "m" key with an <onclick>Dialog.Close(PlayerControls)</onclick>
You may also make it so when the PlayerControls dialog appears, the buttons on the system tray (play,stop,fastforward,etc) dissapear by including <visible>!Window.IsActive(PlayerControls)</visible> for each button.
Hope that helps.