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General Discussion / Re: Upgrade?
« on: August 04, 2014, 11:52:48 am »
My upgrade went smooth-ish. Thought there were no issues, but did find out later that some rules did not transfer over. Did a roll back and did the upgrade again. Second time everything was perfect-o. Just make sure to backup!

Weird... glad you got it!

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public MediaPlayerPlaylistItem[] GetZonePlaylist(int zoneNumber, int pageIndex, int pageSize)
MediaPlayerPlaylistItem[] a = null;
return a;

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General Discussion / Re: Select audio outputs?
« on: July 27, 2014, 07:21:17 pm »
Great question. Poking around I don't see many configuration options for this. I'm guessing it defaults to the windows default sound output, which is bad new for your setup. I hope someone can prove me wrong!

Third Party Device Driver Software Development / Re: LG smart TV
« on: July 27, 2014, 06:55:43 pm »
This looks like a pretty good walkthrough. Wish I had an LG tv to try to help more.

For the SetZonePlaylistPosition change the second variable from ScriptTimeSpan to a ScriptNumber. The position is referring to position in playlist and not position in a song.
Try something like this for the other method:
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Public Function GetZonePlaylist(zoneNumber As Integer, pageIndex As Integer, pageSize As Integer) As MediaPlayerPlaylistItem() _
            Implements IMediaPlayerDriver.GetZonePlaylist
            Dim a() As MediaPlayerPlaylistItem = Nothing
            Return a
        End Function

Oh I see. Decorate with the 'ScriptObjectMethodParameter' to add static values. See below.

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   <ScriptObjectMethod("GUI Activate Window", "Activates the selected window", "Activate the following {NAME} window : {PARAM|0|Window}")> _
        <ScriptObjectMethodParameter("Window", "Name of the window to activate", {"home", "programs", "pictures", "filemanager", "files", "settings", "music", "video"})>
        Public Sub GUIActivateWindow(ByVal Window As ScriptString)
                Dim request As String = ControlPlayerNew("GUI.ActivateWindow", """window"" : """ & CStr(Window) & """")
            Catch ex As Exception
                Logger.Error("Failed to send the activate window request." & vbCrLf & ex.ToString)
            End Try
        End Sub

Third Party Device Driver Software Development / Re: LG smart TV
« on: July 27, 2014, 02:51:32 pm »
If you have the rs232 port I know there is documentation floating around for that. There's always IR control too. Are you trying to do it via tcp?

When I was messing around with implementing that driver interface, visual studio would error out until all the required member elements were included. What I did was added all the members, but threw a not implemented exception for the ones I didn't need.
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        Public Sub SetZonePlaylistPosition(zoneID As Scripting.ScriptNumber, index As Scripting.ScriptNumber) _
            Implements IMediaPlayerDriver.SetZonePlaylistPosition
            Throw New NotImplementedException
        End Sub

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Public ReadOnly Property SupportsPlaylistIDFromCompanionMediaLibrary As Boolean _
        Implements IMediaPlayerDriver.SupportsPlaylistIDFromCompanionMediaLibrary
                Return False
            End Get
        End Property

I don't see a member 'GetZonePlaylist'. Maybe we are using different elve dlls.

Device Configuration / Re: Best way to store XM Channel Lineup?
« on: July 17, 2014, 01:24:04 pm »
Is there a web resource that call pull that info for you? Then you could do some script that will daily check and update your globals. I like the global ideas as well (until there is an xm driver ::) ). I found this page googling around Doesn't look too terrible to parse, then as an added bonus it shows current content as well on each station.

Third Party Device Driver Software Development / Re: XBMC Driver
« on: July 14, 2014, 05:28:41 pm »
Hi Matt,
Thank you for the nice words. New baby countdown is 2 weeks away! Needless to say I have not been working on it at all. I would like to get back into it since the community seems to be on an upswing lately, but doubt I will at this point in time. I was looking into it to pass on to another member who had requested it, but something changed and now the driver is not connecting at all. Let me clean it up and get it working again and then I can pass it on. Give me through this weekend to get back to you. Thanks.

Elve Version 2.1 Beta / Re: Elve 2.1 Beta Download
« on: July 04, 2014, 08:07:43 am »
Interesting.  I noticed the same thing happened with my Elk rules.  I just have to go back and redo them.  Haven't had the time yet.

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Feature Requests / Re: System Status in the ELK M1 Driver
« on: June 29, 2014, 09:26:26 pm »
Hopefully some cool changes can begin in phase 2. I'd like to add chime settings to the driver as well. You know.  So I can sneak out without my elk chiming it. :)

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Great news! Thank you Bob!

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