[vdr] 2 little bugs report
alex.betis at gmail.com
Wed May 6 17:18:04 CEST 2009
On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 5:34 PM, VDR User <user.vdr at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 6:07 AM, Alex Betis <alex.betis at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Same issue here with my 2 year old kid. But I think he presses the big
> > glowing button on MCE remote :)
> > Confirmation will be a good idea, but not by pressing the pause button
> > twice.
> > I think it could be a good idea to implement multiple-button commands and
> > allow configuration for every command.
> > By default it could be set to once pressed pause button, others might set
> > to pause+ok.
> > This will solve some more problems I can think of, such as remotes with
> > buttons, so sequences will allow them to use much more VDR commands.
> > Maybe there is a need for a single point of remote control processing
> > that multi-button feature will be implemented, so all other plugins could
> > use it somehow.
> This sounds like a lot more work then simply getting a remote that
> better suits your needs.
> For the record, I also have accidentally started an instant-recording
> but after years of using VDR, I've only done it a few times and it was
> no problem to just delete go delete it. I also have intentionally
> started an instant-recording and am glad I didn't have to confirm it.
> Call me crazy but problems like 'my kid starts recordings' and 'my
> remote doesnt have enough buttons' seem like issues easily solved by
> the user, not VDR. And yes, I'm a parent too. I guess Klaus will
> decide is addressing those is appropriate for the VDR core but if so,
> I sure hope the new osd implementation comes first! :]
I vote with my 2 hands for OSD priority as well.
Having a remote with less buttons might be done in intention to have smaller
devices in your living room. MCE is not a nice thing to look at :)
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