|27 Nov 2011||#1|
Navigating desktop without a keyboard using a remote
Is there a way to mimic the TAB/ESC/SPACEBAR/ENTER keys on a standard Windows Media Center remote control?
Trying to navigate the "Display" portion of my control panel on an HTPC. The monitor is in a separate room AND I don't have a wireless/Blu Tooth keyboard.
Been fiddling with EventGhost but I cannot say I understand it enough to get started.
I now I can type WIN + P to call up the multiple display options. I can scroll through these. However these only allow for:
- Extend Display
- Duplicate Display
- Computer Only
- Projector Only
I want to drill down into the resolutions options.
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|27 Nov 2011||#2|
While I may not be able to suggest ways and means to mimic those on a standard media center remote, you may perhaps be interested in this. EZ Commander - An innovative I/O solution to replace PC remote/mouse/keyboard/presenter
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