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another Amarok RC remote control on SE

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KDE Telephony

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another Amarok RC remote control on SE
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another Amarok RC remote control on SE
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  955
Submitted:  Jun 11 2007
Updated:  Aug 26 2012

Description:

There are a lot of HID-Desings in the Web, so I add one more to the collection. I found nothing that I want to use, so I started gimp and made something on my own.
I tested it with a Sony Ericsson W810i!
The Buttons are standard global hotkeys from Amarok on Kubuntu.

Please send me some ideas which fuctions i should assign to them.
Or some overall ideas to change the design. I think there are a little bit to much symbol, please give me some response.




Changelog:

-new buttons

with L, R and Joystick you can control the mouse
Joy - ctrl-e = start Amarok (Global Hotkeys must be set)
1-6 - standard player controls Amarok
7,9 - upkey, dwonkey = to select somethine up and down in a list
8 - Enter
* - ctrl-w = start AmarokFS (Global Hotkeys must be set)
# - Mute Amarok
+,- - volume Amarok

-the picture in 3d-style




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 Great stuf

 
 by dumas on: Jun 12 2007
 
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Idea to have Amarok Full screen in RC is great. I was thinking about it since amarokFS release.

Few comments:
1. The shortcut in L-CTRL+Ü in English keyboard is L-CTRL+[(for non German users)
2. You can create shortcut for starting amarok and use it in *. e.g. amarok is not started by default and you want to do that remotely.
3. last.fm control is missing. You can add it:
C - ban (Ctrl+B)
7 - skip (CTRL+K)
8 - love (CTRL+L)

I think this RC has great potential to e the best one.


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 Re: Great stuf

 
 by TommyHLW on: Jun 13 2007
 
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nice idea, but i never used last.fm, so i've no idea wich icons, i should to use :-(
I have designed it on a other idea.


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 installing on phone

 
 by endu on: Oct 20 2008
 
Score 50%

for those like me having problems installing this on the phone: you have to use "OBEX Object Push" to send the hid-file to the phone (at least for my c902, "File Transfer" didn't work)

thanks for this cool profile


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