Cmd 5 single COMMANDS Commandwhich you should just leave as is and can ignore.
The subsequent lines contain the command words that are displayed 5 across and then down within the Cmd popup. If a line contains only ^^ it means that that space will be left blank. You can rearrange or delete these lines according to your needs. Be sure to leave Quit somewhere, however! One of the lines is:
RemoteIf you want a separate Remote dialog for a DVD, for example, you can put:
RemoteDVD|DVDsomewhere in the popupC.txt file. The vertical bar character '|' separates the two words. The final "DVD" is what will appear in the command dialog. The first word must begin with "Remote".
You would then create these two files in C:\SueCenterData:
Lines in this file control the content and appearance of the Remote popup dialog. For a simple example:
Louder Softer Play Prev Next Suspend DoneYou can have 1, 2 or 3 commands across.
'Suspend' is a special command that is just like the Suspend/Resume on the main screen of Sue Center. 'Done' will close the dialog and return to the main screen.
This will suffice to create your remote. For further fancy features see below.
All of the command names in the dialog file need to appear here. The exceptions are Done, Suspend, Scan, and ScanStop. If one is missing you will be notified when launching the Remote dialog. For example:
Sorry, codes for these DVD commands are not present in RemoteDVD-codes: PlayThe many groups of numbers that represent the infrared signal for the buttons on your remote will be inserted into this file. See this page for a complete description of how to do that. For the simple example above we would have something like this in RemoteDVD.txt:
Louder 0001 0143 ... Softer 0002 0044 ... Play 0023 0984 ... Prev 0231 0404 ... Next 0091 0914 ...
* ^ * < * > * v *To have the 4 directional arrows nicely spaced out.
title=DVD Remote color=black/lightgreen font=Arial 13 bold'title' is the text for the window title.
'color' is the foreground and background color for the entire dialog. Valid color names can be found at this site. You can also, if you wish, put hex values: #12e3f2
'font' is composed of 3 parts: name, size and weight. name is any font name you have installed on your system. size is the point size of the font - from teeny 5 to large 20. weight can be left off ('normal'), 'bold', 'italic', or 'bold italic'.
Play (15 darkgreen/lightgreen) Softer (FR) Louder (FR) Done (D) Prev (R) Next (R)The options are as follows: