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10:49 <cristian_c> iive: hi
10:50 <cristian_c> I talked withmyou some years ago
10:50 <iive> hi
10:50 <cristian_c> -m
10:50 <cristian_c> I come back in this channel
10:50 <cristian_c> éto
10:50 <cristian_c> *to
10:51 <cristian_c> lubuntu guys have suggested to search into mplayer support resources
10:51 <cristian_c> I've read man but I ve found no info about my question
10:52 <cristian_c> it's related about media buttons as xf86audioplay, xf86audiopause, ....
10:52 <cristian_c> guys have told me it's application specific stuff
10:53 <cristian_c> I use gnome mplayer and I don't find settings/preferences how to associate button pressure with actions in gnome mplayer
10:54 <cristian_c> I'vemgoogle in the web but I've not understood exactly what I've to do
10:54 <cristian_c> and how configure gnome mplayer / mplayer (if gnkme
10:54 <cristian_c> and how configure gnome mplayer / mplayer (if gnome mplayer shares mplayer config)
10:55 <cristian_c> *how to
10:55 <cristian_c> Any ideas?
10:56 <cristian_c> (idea is: press pause, -> pause playback, press again -> continue playback)
10:57 <cristian_c> I use that button on my bt headset and xev detects pressure properly
10:57 <cristian_c> but I can't use that in mplayer/ gnome mplayer
10:58 <cristian_c> same issue for media buttons on laptop keyboard
11:05 <iive> if you start mplayer in terminal, it would output the string for each button it can't handle
11:06 <iive> key binding are added with the input.conf file e.g. ~/.mplayer/input.conf , a the default file could be found in mplayer-source/etc/input.conf
11:25 <cristian_c> :O
11:26 <cristian_c> ok
11:26 <cristian_c> I look at them immediately
11:30 <cristian_c> ok, first test done (mp3 file played with mplayer from tetminal) <- not working
11:30 <cristian_c> now, I lok at .conf
11:30 <cristian_c> *look
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11:51 <iive> there was a program that shows all keycodes.
11:53 <iive> aka, the kernel reports keyboard code to xorg, xorg then uses it to transform it into a character.
11:54 <iive> xev -event keyboard
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12:01 <cristian_c> yeah, as I said xev detects buttons properly
12:05 <cristian_c> ok ~/.mplayer directory includes only config, empty
12:06 <cristian_c> #wirte your default config optionsmhere!
12:06 <cristian_c> and nothing else
12:08 <iive> i told you, you can get the default input.conf from mplayer-source/etc/input.conf and place it in the config directory
12:09 <cristian_c> yeah, sorry, I know I've to get sources
12:09 <cristian_c> I was just looking at my home hidden directory, before trying that
12:09 <cristian_c> :)
12:10 <cristian_c> thanks formthe tip, iive
12:10 <cristian_c> *for the tip
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