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Users / Re: Video Standards.
« Last post by totallymaxed on January 27, 2015, 11:29:49 am »
Thanks for the info Andrew!  I will disagree with you on one statement though:

This is *very* possible in LinuxMCE, with a built in UPnP server.  I understand that your implementation will only work with your Dianemo systems though.

Thanks again!

J.

I wasn't saying it wasn't possible in LinuxMCE - of course you could implement something similar. What I meant was it would not be possible to integrate our UPnP code without also integrating all of our other underlying changes to the media system - which would definitely break a lot of existing code.

All the best

Andy
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Users / Re: Firefox: can I make it more touch screen friendly ? (Dianemo, LMCE)
« Last post by totallymaxed on January 27, 2015, 10:56:30 am »
Hello,

we haven't used Firefox as embedded web browser extensively... But now my wife discovered few sites about cooking& recipes and now my task is to bring it to Dianemo (probably similar also applies for LMCE).


I wonder if I can make embedded Firefox more touch screen friendly ?  The biggest problems are small buttons, sliders at the side, etc...
Is there any possibility (config options) to increase those little widgets to be more usable on touch screen ? 
Any other workaround to bring web sites to main touch screen ?

Thanks in advance,
regards,
bulek.

**Hmm...Posde pointed out I may have misunderstood your post originally. Having re-read it (while not doing 2 other things!) I think I did in fact misunderstand you as you are referring to how Firefox Embedded renders controls on a touch device for any Web page, and my original response was purely about our HTML5 based Athena UI. So I've removed my original post.

All the best

Andy
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Users / Re: Firefox: can I make it more touch screen friendly ? (Dianemo, LMCE)
« Last post by posde on January 27, 2015, 09:56:48 am »
bulek,

thanks for the feedback, and glad to be of help.
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Users / Re: Firefox: can I make it more touch screen friendly ? (Dianemo, LMCE)
« Last post by bulek on January 27, 2015, 12:27:12 am »
Hi,

Quite some add-ons meant for touch screen friendliness of Firefox are not maintained anymore. But I found one quite useful tool -
Grab&Drag :

    http://www.micropctalk.com/2008/02/24/grab-and-drag-add-on-for-firefox/

It solves the problem with small page slider on the right side... Now WAF has increased...

Regards,
Bulek.
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Yes, it does. It was rewritten to be a C++ driver, that talks ECP to the newer Roku 2/3/4 devices.

-Thom
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Users / Roku 3: Does Roku Netflix Player template 2049 apply to the newer devices
« Last post by Rukus on January 26, 2015, 10:31:55 pm »
Hello All,

I tried to find information via the wiki and forums regarding my question, but I haven't found anything. Just wanted to know if the code supports the new roku devices in version Linuxmce 12/14.04 and beyond.

Thanks,

Ernesto
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Users / ELO touchscreen calibration (Dianemo,LMCE)
« Last post by bulek on January 26, 2015, 02:52:21 am »
Hello,

page on wiki says that calibration for this screen can only be made manually by guessing...

Anyone aware of any other option to properly calibrate ELO touchscreen in current Dianemo or LMCE system ?

Thanks in advance,
regards,
Bulek.
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Users / Re: Firefox: can I make it more touch screen friendly ? (Dianemo, LMCE)
« Last post by bulek on January 26, 2015, 01:39:43 am »
Hi,

thanks for a tip...

Has anyone tried tis under LMCE or Dianemo ?

Thanks in advance,
regards,
Bulek.
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Users / Re: id3-tags
« Last post by posde on January 25, 2015, 09:16:30 pm »
Make sure UpdateMedia daemon is running. And remember that it takes a long time. If you move a file to a local disc on the core, it /should/ automatically be scanned right away. On a remote disk, it will need to wait for the next cycle.
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Users / Re: id3-tags
« Last post by maverick0815 on January 25, 2015, 06:48:03 pm »
ok, hitting resynchronise does the job and creates id3-tags....I don't know if thats a bug with updatemedia, but also when I put new files, it seems they never get added to the database on its own.
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