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The correct code!

by joaomaluco » Fri Nov 16, 2007 4:13 pm

The correct code is this!! Believe me, it is the best combination... :D

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MediaMonkey
D:\Programas\MediaMonkey\MediaMonkey.exe
Winamp v1.x
"49","FP Prev","MSG 273 40044 0"
"50","FP Next","MSG 273 40048 0"
"51","FP Play","MSG 273 40046 0"
"48","FP Stop","MSG 273 40047 0"
"134","Internet","MSG 273 40049 0"

by revbob » Tue Mar 06, 2007 8:58 pm

Many, many thanks, Jörg and Pete! It works like a charm on this el cheapo Satellite M115.

So what are all those magic numbers? And is there a way to discover them for other programs (e.g., VLC Media Player, Media Player Classic)?

by Peke » Wed Feb 21, 2007 7:05 am

If you all accept small hint from Dev :roll: :wink:
Change:

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"51","FP Play","MSG 273 40046 0" 
to

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"51","FP Play","MSG 273 39999 0" 
And you will be able to free you Internet button as in MM this acts as PLAY/PAUSE.

Some Other Bonus Hints:

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"81","Rwd","0LEFT"
"82","Fwd","0RIGHT"
will act like rwd/fwd +-5 seconds if set as

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"81","Rwd","MSG 273 40144 0"
"82","Fwd","MSG 273 40148 0"

by Sebastian78 » Wed Feb 21, 2007 4:05 am

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!

I used to have a Toshiba M30x and on that one I could change all the buttons with Toshiba's tool. But on my new P100 I can only change the "Internett" and the "CD/DVD" button.

I'll try this out right away...


S

MM and Toshiba Remote / Front Panel Buttons

by jn » Tue Feb 20, 2007 4:15 pm

All,

If anybody else owns a Toshiba notebook: The front panel buttons as well as the remote normally only controls windows media player.
Some time back, I discovered a tool named remoteX that supposed to change this behaviour, but never worked reliable on my machine.
I now realized that the author released a new version some time back which works as a charm.

The whole thread
Download

After downloading and unzipping, create a MediaMonkey.set with the following contents:

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MediaMonkey
C:\Programme\MediaMonkey\MediaMonkey.exe
TFMainWindow
"85","Switch","SWITCH"
"66","Maximize","4SPACE"
"67","AltTab","2TAB"
"76","Menu","0ESCAPE"
"77","Mode","SWITCH"
"78","Play","0SPACE"
"79","Stop","MSG 35272 0 0"
"80","Prev","1LEFT"
"81","Rwd","0LEFT"
"82","Fwd","0RIGHT"
"83","Next","1RIGHT"
"49","FP Prev","MSG 273 40044 0"
"50","FP Next","MSG 273 40048 0"
"51","FP Play","MSG 273 40046 0"
"48","FP Stop","MSG 273 40047 0"
"134","Internet","MSG 273 40045 0"
"135","Toshiba Console",""
Then start the program and select the set file by double clicking. Thats it!

Jörg


PS: I home you don't mind posting links to 3rd party tools...

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