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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 31939 5-Apr-2009 21:50
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 Hello!

 I've been followinf the guide to setup MediaPortal for the Silverstone LC16M case, and in the point where it explains how to configure the "Window" button, I have the problem that in my PC, those buttons are locked (grated): the ESC, backspace, Window, ...

 I have looked at the configuration files, and it seems that in the "Documents And Settings" iMON folder, there is a default.reg file, which tells what is this default keys mapping. If I erase it, or modify it, I am amble to change the "Window" key, but all the other keys loose the settings, and I only want to change the "Window" one!

 Anyone knows why I have these keys locked, and how to change it? I am running version 7.2 of iMON, like explained in the guide.

 aLeX


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  Reply # 205600 6-Apr-2009 17:46
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Just to confirm is this the guide you are using:

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=84&topicid=26234



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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 205611 6-Apr-2009 18:25
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 Yes, this is!

 The "Window" and "Menu" options are grayed (like many others, but these are the ones that I would like to change)

 Any idea?

 aLeX

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