[openbeos] Re: importing hey in Haiku repository

  • From: JÃrÃme DUVAL <korli@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: openbeos@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 07 Jun 2006 17:29:33 +0200

JÃrÃme DUVAL a Ãcrit :

Malthus a Ãcrit :

Malthus a Ãcrit :

My frustration comes from trying to script the Haiku Media Prefs, to mute and unmute the AC97 Aux channel, which I use with a old Packard Bell FM tuner card.
It works, but only if the AC97 mixer tab is already active, and therefore exposed to hey. I know this is not really hey's problem and all a bit off-topic, but is there any way to launch the Media Prefs so that it opens to the AC97 mixer by default?

(Muting the radio directly would be a better idea but the driver doesn't have a mute function. I'm no programmer and I wouldn't expect anyone else to write anything for obsolete hardware.)

Did you try to select and invoke the AC97 listitem in the listview "audio_list" first ?


I don't understand. Is this something accessible to a "hey" command?

Sure. Try this to select the Audio Mixer item of the Media preferences ( 1 being the listitem order, Audio settings => 0, etc ...) :

hey Media Do Item 1 of View media_list_view of View listscroller of View background of Window Media

Even shorter : hey Media Do Item 1 of View media_list_view of Window Media


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