maybe not the right place to ask but im playing around with the stand alone version and i cant find a way to control the system volume when using it.as in, i have two multimedia keys that is supposed to control volume up and down (and a mute to), but how do i go about assigning those to volume control?do i need to write a script or something?i thought that by adding the system mixer plugin i should get the option to do simple volume control...
well there i no hurry darkain. by setting up some hotkeys in powerpro and using rmx stand alones ability to send keyboard combos i made them interact in theory i should be able to use powerpro (and have so in the past) to manage those keys. but the internal key recognition system for powerpro do not see said multimedia keys, and the plugin that supposedly extends on it appears to be temperamental...now, while there is a good deal of overlap between powerpro and rmx, it would be interesting to have a plugin that allowed on to interact with the other.i tried to do so by using the "launch" function in rmx to send commandline commands to powerpro, but that didnt work for some reason. maybe if i buildt some batch scripts or similar but that would be to much work still, the hotkeys work for now
Darkain. First of all, thanks for the RMX program. Its very usable in my everyday life.I suggest that you make it an option to close windows media player just like its possible to close winamp and bsplayer with one button.I have an audigy 2 zs platinum pro. that means i have a big box outside the computer and when i touch any of its buttons and have rmx running at the same time, rmx crashes... to bad. just wanted to hear if any has the same error?thanks again darkain.. it must be nice to help so many people
I have an audigy 2 zs platinum pro. that means i have a big box outside the computer and when i touch any of its buttons and have rmx running at the same time, rmx crashes... to bad. just wanted to hear if any has the same error?
I'll be honest. I don't have any Creative hardware anymore. Theres not a whole lot of testing I can do. The entirety of RMX is open source now, so if someone else wants to take a dab at it, they can.