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Adding the "PK_EventHandler" criteria, as I suspect is what you did, does not work as you want it to.I'm not sure how the timed event got there, but I have an event called "Watching - Home Theater"
There is no way to check the status of devices (lights on/off, media playing/not playing etc) within the event criteria, so I don't think its possible to set up the event the way you want.
Did you try...Yeah, thats installed. I've been able to add a quick (very dirty) workaround using VLC:Code: [Select]
sudo apt-get install libdvdcss2
export DISPLAY=:0 <--(just for testing)
chmod 777 /dev/scd0
sudo -u testuser /usr/bin/vlc-wrapper dvd:///dev/scd0 -f --album-art=0 --aspect-ratio=4:3 --save-config
#I did have to add testuser to the audio group