• nathan323

    You would be replacing the files on your PC, found at C:\ProgramData\Unified Remote\Remotes\Bundled\Unified\Main\VLC.

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  • nathan323

    This is mostly the same reply to http://community.unifiedremote.com/topic/751/aimp-audio-player/4

    When clicking the link for some reason I get a page with the message "Oops, There was a problem with the network", that has a download button below the message. This is currently happening with all my shared uploads, it looks like a Google Drive problem.
    But clicking on the download button does download the RAR file anyway, and that RAR when extracted for me contains all the files, whether on PC or my Android phone.
    Are you getting the same "Oops" page?

    Either way, if you are comfortable just replacing the contents of your existing files with mine, here they are:

    remote_win.lua
    layout.xml

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  • nathan323

    When clicking the link for some reason I get a page with the message "Oops, There was a problem with the network", that has a download button below the message. This is currently happening with all my shared uploads, it looks like a Google Drive problem.
    But clicking on the download button does download the RAR file anyway, and that RAR when extracted for me contains all the files, whether on PC or my Android phone.
    Are you getting the same "Oops" page?

    Either way, if you are comfortable just replacing the contents of your existing files with mine, here they are:

    remote.lua
    layout.xml
    meta.prop

    Icon, to be saved as "icon.png":
    icon.png

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  • nathan323

    I have them on mine, but maybe I added them..

    This is my version of the VLC Basic remote:

    Screenshot_20171112-121407.png

    The button that has the magnifying glass icon moves the mouse off the screen (in case its pinning the OSD controller), and also shows the current elapsed/total running time of video.
    I also moved a few things around based on my preference, and added the dynamic title bar at the top (borrowed from the VLC Advanced remote).

    You can download here if you want this, to replace yours (found here on Windows: C:\ProgramData\Unified Remote\Remotes\Bundled\Unified\Main\VLC).

    Edit:
    Also, if you are into AutoHotkey, I'll upload my script that lets you tap on the title bar at the top, which shows the title of the currently playing video in text at the top of the screen for a few seconds. Handy if you are watching multiple episodes and want to check which one you are currently watching, which I then usually use to look up an actor or reference from that particular episode.

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  • nathan323

    Made one at the time, forgot to upload :p

    Download here

    Project page

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  • nathan323

    AIMP media player remote

    Screenshot_20171112-114948.png

    remote.lua

    local kb = libs.keyboard;
    
    [email protected] Mute system volume
    actions.volume_mute = function()
        kb.stroke("v");
    end
    
    [email protected] Lower system volume
    actions.volume_down = function()
        kb.stroke("ctrl", "down");
    end
    
    [email protected] Raise system volume
    actions.volume_up = function()
        kb.stroke("ctrl", "up");
    end
    -------------------------------------------------------------
    [email protected] Previous track
    actions.previous = function()
        kb.stroke("mediaprevious");
    end
    
    [email protected] Seek Back
    actions.seek_back = function()
        kb.stroke("ctrl", "left");
    end
    
    [email protected] Seek Forward
    actions.seek_fwd = function()
        kb.stroke("ctrl", "right");
    end
    
    [email protected] Next track
    actions.next = function()
        kb.stroke("medianext");
    end
    -------------------------------------------------------------
    [email protected] Shuffle
    actions.shuffle = function()
        kb.stroke("s");
    end
    
    [email protected] Toggle playback state
    actions.play_pause = function()
        kb.stroke("space");
    end
    

    layout.xml

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <layout onVolumeUp="volume_up" onVolumeDown="volume_down">
        <row>
            <button icon="vmute" onTap="volume_mute" color="EDA251"/>
            <button icon="vdown" onTap="volume_down" color="DC8628"/>
            <button icon="vup" onTap="volume_up" color="DC8628"/>
        </row>
        <row color="454545">
            <button icon="previous" onTap="previous" />
            <button icon="rwd" onTap="seek_back" color="3C3C3C"/>
            <button icon="ff" onTap="seek_fwd" color="3C3C3C"/>
            <button icon="next" onTap="next" />
        </row>
        <row color="DC8628">
            <button text="shuffle" onTap="shuffle" color="EDA251"/>
            <button icon="playpause" onTap="playtoggle"/>
        </row>
    </layout>
    

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  • nathan323

    I seem to have a problem with the the surrounding lines - if I have just the text lines, they show up fine, but with the image buttons around them, they disappear. Can you play around with say deleting just the scaling, changing the image, see if you find anything consistent there?

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  • nathan323

    I think not.
    I just tried to get it to work, tried messing with code several remotes. It seems the OnLaunch command is not being fired by opening of remote?

    Docs:

    Occurs when the "launch" button is pressed in a remote.

    I haven't heard of the launch button, but it should be firing on remote open anyway..

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  • nathan323

    Yep sorry mate, didn't read the question well enough. Yeah I dont think that's possible, hopefully someone knows differently..

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  • nathan323

    I've never looked into that functionality, checking it now, it doesn't work for me.

    As for check exists:

    [email protected] Focus VLC application
    actions.switch = function ()
        if OS_WINDOWS then
            local hwnd = win.window("vlc.exe");
            if (hwnd == 0) then actions.launch(); end
            win.switchtowait("vlc.exe");
        end
    end
    

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  • nathan323

    I can't download the file without installing a Chrome extension, can you possibly link it from Google Drive etc?

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  • nathan323

    Yep, there's a Pandora remote already written.

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  • nathan323

    Ok no worries, though it might take a couple of weeks for me to get to. I'm studying at the moment and I've got my final exam coming up. I'd love to procrastinate and build a remote, but I should probably resist that ;)

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  • nathan323

    http://community.unifiedremote.com/topic/469/basic-vlc-remote-not-working

    What is your operating system and app/server version numbers?

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  • nathan323

    Are you on Linux as well as OP? I can't replicate this on Win64..

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  • nathan323

    Ok, I'm on Win7. Is there a particular element that doesn't work, or nothing works?

    Does the standard bundled Chrome remote work?

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  • nathan323

    I can replicate, same versions.

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  • nathan323

    Wow sorry, not having a great run, fixed above, here it is again:
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BxzKibd8YxtJTHJXa3kxSm9DRHM

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  • nathan323

    Ok no worries. I've compiled both the left & right scripts into executables, which means you don't have to install AutoHotkey to make them work. I can't recommend AutoHotkey enough on the side though, well worth a look at.

    Here are the executables, put them
    wherever, then remote code will look like:

    actions.move_screen = function()
        os.open("C:\\pathtoexecutables\\Move Monitor - Left.exe");
    end
    
    actions.move_screen = function()
        os.open("C:\\pathtoexecutables\\Move Monitor - Right.exe");
    end
    

    Let me know if you have any dramas.

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  • nathan323

    Yeah sorry, sloppy testing, the window had already been in position to jump monitors, I figured it had worked.

    I can't get it to work in any combination of left/right/l/r. I also tried versions of:

        kb.down("win");
        kb.down("shift");
        kb.down("left");
        kb.up("win");
        kb.up("shift");
        kb.up("left");
    

    ..same result.

    I guess needs to be reported as a bug, unless anyone else can chime in with similar experience/fix.

    The workaround I've tested successfully is to use an AutoHotkey script:

    Send +#{left}
    ExitApp
    Return
    

    Then call it in remote:

    actions.move_screen = function()
        os.open("C:\\pathtoscript\\AutoHotkey Script.ahk");
    end
    

    Are you familiar with AutoHotkey ?

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