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Topic # 30524 11-Feb-2009 15:07
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I have five "My Favorites" keys on my Microsoft keyboard, and I want to reprogram two of them to control Previous Song and Next Song in Windows Media Player.  The keyboard already has controls for mute, volume up and down, plus play/pause.

Each key accepts a program, does anyone know the switches required to control Windows Media Player 11?

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  Reply # 195327 11-Feb-2009 15:28
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Get the IntelliType 6.3 from Microsoft Downloads.




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  Reply # 195330 11-Feb-2009 15:50
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chiefie: Get the IntelliType 6.3 from Microsoft Downloads.


I already have that software, but you can't assign a command, only the path to an executable.

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  Reply # 195469 12-Feb-2009 09:39
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Try dig up keymapping software... that could work.




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