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Users / Re: Activating / Deactivating controls
« on: February 24, 2009, 10:35:09 am »
Actually it is quite easy,

I am looking at all your posts. It is true that setting up a system costs time. But firts we gather information on an issue, the we develop it and we are able to work als with other programmers. It is a shame that "people like you" are all thinking they know best and waste their time in those kind of comments.

Instead you should be glad that people are interested comming to this forum. I did not think it was an exclusive club!

Look for a girlfriend y'all!

Users / Re: Activating / Deactivating controls
« on: February 23, 2009, 10:20:49 am »
Actually it is quite simple,

I have a computer shop and we sell also speakers, amplifiers,...

The problem with costumers is we have to think about what they want and not what we want. This is what I want to propose to them:

a basic system used for only media like video, DVD, pictures,...
a system for only home automation
a complete configuration

This way we can program to the desire of the custumer. If they would see a complete system with functions they don't want or need, they will begin to touch all buttons and mess everything up.

For us it is easier to work with one program than hoving one for this purpose and another program for something else and so on.

Users / Activating / Deactivating controls
« on: February 23, 2009, 01:06:18 am »
Hi all,

I am quite new to the Linux OS and programming code. But I would like to setup a LinuxMCE setup as following:

one where in the User interface we only see the Media function. So I want to deactivate the Home Automation and Security Tab in the User Interface. This way, when the system is used the user will not see these buttons.

Can anybody help me out?

Thank you.

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