Ah, I use a lirc based remote and don't learn anything. I've just told
VDR, that my VDR_RED is LIRC_RED etc, so when I press the red button,
the action that is bound to VDR_RED is executed, regardless of the
location of the button. This patch only changes the OSD location of the
button, to match the location on the remote.
On 03/31/11 15:40, Rainer Blickle wrote:
> 2011/3/30 Steffen Barszus <steffenbpu...@googlemail.com>:
>> 2011/3/30 Oliver Schinagl <oli...@schinagl.nl>:
>>> I belive that is exactly only what this patch does, it changes the
>>> positions on the screen for the ST-NG theme I think (it's been a while I
>>> So if VDR is told that the red button performs the job of the red
>>> button, then everything is ok.
>>> To recap, the problem I had with VDR that caused me to write this patch,
>>> My Remote control had 2 buttons different from where VDR expected the
>>> buttons to be. E.g. VDR wants Red Yellow Green Blue, but my remote
>>> control was Red Yellow Blue Green.
> My remote has the color order Yellow, Red, Blue, Green (only an
> example, i dont have the remote at hand). Lets say the buttons are
> Button0, Button1, Button2, Button3
> When learning, vdr wants the keys Red,Yellow, Green, Blue to get pressed.
> In the vdr layout Button0 is Red, Button1 is Yellow and so on ...
> while watching a recording vdr jumps 1 minute in the past when
> pressing yellow and one minute in the future when pressing green.
> These are the "middle" color buttons.
> I also wanted to have this functionality in the "middle" buttons (on
> the buttons 1 and 2).
> So i pressed the Buttons Yellow, Red, Blue, Green while learning
> Red,Yellow, Green, Blue. Then i have the jumping +/-1 Minute
> functionality still on the middle color buttons.
> The only thing left is that the color on the osd has to be adjusted,
> but not the positions of the text on it. If have dont this by
> modifying your patch (the texts for ->DrawText are taken directly from
> the parameters, not from the mapping).
> My (and perhaps only my) opinion is that vdr should request the
> leftmost color button, then the color right next to it (and so on)
> while learning. The color displayed in the osd should be assigned via
> the setup menu.
> @Klaus: If there is a change to integrate this into the vdr, i would
> provide a patch for it.
>>> So in the end, this patch works for you and does what you want? Or is
>>> your remote layed out as VDR expects it?
>> I would say better "patch" your remote. A sharp knife and a
>> screwdriver might be quite effective and will fix the problem also for
>> the next vdr releases ^^
> This would be a real good solution, but i dont want to void my warranty :-)
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