> I use XVDR and miss in some ways the plain old Vanilla VDR "GUI". > Maybe its possible with configuration, but I would like to "push" > XBMC to the background and be able to use all remote keys in XVDR as if I > was working natively with VDR, then maybe a single key press to get back to > "normal" XBMC functionality. Its a WAF thing.
Look at yavdr, it provides that but the other way around and for me that is preferable as we watch TV / recordings much more than using XBMC to listen to music or watch videos. You use vanilla VDR as the base, then when you need XBMC you call it either via the desktop/mouse or via the VDR menu (Applications/Media/XBMC). When you exit XBMC it seamlessly goes back into VDR. I found that remote control and sound (including AC3 and DTS) work seamlessly out of the box now with the latest version. _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list email@example.com http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr