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intellitype works... sorta
So i had XP before i got 7. When i was in a game or another window i was able to startup itunes with the play button. While in/out of a window i could play/pause and change songs all i'd like.
Now with intellitype i cannot do this. In a window when changing volume it takes a few seconds to recognize and change it.
Any tips? im using a multimedia keyboard 1.0a and have tried the new intellitype pro beta drivers that were posted also the intellitype pro drivers off their site,.
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|14 Dec 2009||#2|
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Intellitype while in another window
Hey i posted about this when i first installed Windows 7 and had no response, it was posted in the right section unlike this one.
I used to be on XP with intellitype using Multimedia keyboard 1.0a and i think version 6xx. The main feature that i used was to be able to change songs/play/stop/skip while in another window or in a game. I was using Itunes at the time and still am.
Now on Windows 7 to change songs/stop/play/skip the itunes has to be the open window which is useless when I'm in a game as minimizing takes minutes to reopen. currently im using newest version of intellitype for Windows 7 the beta i believe it is. Older versions do not work as this is Windows 7 x64 bit and i was on xp.
Is there any alternative program to this or a setting i cannot find in intellitype? I've tried google, this forum, and just plain old exploring features.
Any help is appreciated and yes i know this is a beta but can anyone else change songs in-game?
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