Originally Posted by Dougmeister
Originally Posted by krkaufman
I've modified my universal remote and XBMC keymapping* to provide quick skip (30-second skip ahead) and instant replay (8-second skip back) remote functionality.
* due to a current XBMC bug where the SmallStepBack value is doubled when activated, I also needed to set the advanced setting to 4 (seconds) to get the desired 8-second jump.
can you point me to any directions explaining how to do what you did with your remote?
Actually, the defaults should work for you, except, possibly, for getting the length of the "instant replay" just right. The skip-ahead, by default, is the right-arrow navigation button
and is set to 30-seconds; and the "instant replay" button is the 'Back' button
... but it may jump double what you want (14-16s), if the submitted bug
is not yet fixed. (I haven't tried the last month or so of T3CH builds.)
As for getting the "instant replay" just right, you can use the
advanced setting to tweak it. For example, assuming a fresh advanced settings file
(i.e. .../UserData/advancedsettings.xml), which you may need to create
, the following content would customize the "instant replay" setting to accommodate the bug (i.e. 4x2=8):
p.s. If you want to change which buttons control skip-ahead and "instant replay", you can edit the keymapping file
(i.e. .../UserData/keymap.xml) and reassign the StepForward
actions, respectively, within the device settings for the window section. For informational purposes, here are the default settings (as of 6/30)...
Hope this helps.