Catharsis wrote:Well, installing the service directly from the msi has gotten rid of the error messages i posted previously. however, i'm still not getting any response from the device. if i use MCE-Vista:Test IR Transmit capability it says IR Service not running. If I go into my services I see the Alternate MceIR service running. It is logged on as Local System. I'm trying to make it log on as an admin account but then it fails to log on. Any more ideas?
jitterjames wrote:Yes it is designed to work that way. The original mostly mapped to keyboard events (it did not talk exclusively to windows media center) so if it weren't disabled you wouldn't be able to do much without conflicting or duplicate actions.
bobn4burton wrote:OK...I think I have this plug-in working pretty well and I have gone through and mapped almost all of my normal MCE buttons to emulated keystrokes. Everything seems to be working pretty well, except how do you map the buttons which don't correlate to keystrokes? (i.e. eHome, Guide, etc) I can't figure out how to map those to an action that would work?
2) Right now it forwards the power button as any other button press, so there is no sleep/suspend capability.
matejdro wrote:2) Right now it forwards the power button as any other button press, so there is no sleep/suspend capability.
Does that also removes wake capability (so you can wake PC from sleep using remote's power button)?
bxr wrote:If the system logoff (like after disconnecting from remote access), the remote doesn't control anything,
so I can't enter the logoff which means I have to use keyboard or reset the system.
Any solution to that?
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