[mythtv-users] Old notebook with touchscreen ... make it "mythable" ?
jaw1959 at gmail.com
Tue Oct 9 14:38:28 UTC 2007
Has anyone tried making a Wiimote work with myth? I know it requires some
extra hardware, but it works well on the Wii. I was thinking about setting
something like this up, using a USB bluetooth adapter, and buying a new Wii
"sensor" bar and replacing the Nintendo plug with a USB plug. I've seen
similar things done online, but I've never seen it applied to myth. I know
Linux drivers are available for the Wiimote, but I'm not sure of their
quality/integrity. I've used similar things for Mac (my only machine with
the bluetoofs), but I found it to be buggy at best.
On 10/9/07, Mark J. Small <msmall at eastlink.ca> wrote:
> On October 9, 2007, George Galt wrote:
> > Matt:
> > Having tried this before, I've discovered that the main issue with
> > Myth on a touchscreen is that there generally are few navigation
> > buttons on the screen. I built a kpanel applet a while back that
> > provides left, right, up, down, enter and esc buttons using the telnet
> > interface (thanks Chris!!), but you then have to run Myth in a window
> > and not full screen (a little distracting, but it works).
> > What would need to happen to make Myth more touchscreen friendly is to
> > create some means by which a navigation window could pop up so that
> > you could use the screen to navigate. I'm not sure how to do it,
> > though there is an on-screen keyboard that can be called at certain
> > points. This might provide a framework on which to build something.
> > I've got my hands full right now, so I won't be able to look into this
> > for a while.
> Or have an option to use a mouse with myth, and have it hide when vids are
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