VDR User wrote:
> On 2/7/07, *Klaus Schmidinger* <[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]>> wrote:
> I'd also say that the Power button should shutdown without confirmation
> unless there is a recording going on or a plugin is Active().
> To avoid accidental shutdowns it might still prompt the user with
> "Shutdown - press any key to stay up" or something like that for a
> few seconds, but it shouldn't be necessary to confirm anything, even
> if a replay is currently going on.
> I appreciate your input on the issue, it seems that we're pretty much on
> the same page. I think your method of dealing with an accidental
> shutdown best suits the situation.
> One question though... Say I have the sysinfo or femon plugin screen
> up, would this mean the plugin is Active() and would prevent a power
> button shutdown? This should not override a power button shutdown.
A plugin is considered "active" if its Active() function returns a string.
So it's entirely up to the plugin whether or not it wants to prevent a
shutdown. However, just having a plugin's menu screen open shouldn't
mean the plugin is active. Plugin activity is something like burning
a DVD or doing some other stuff that shouldn't be interrupted.
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