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Would you mind emailing me your config.ini and hotkeys.lst file to: skwire [at] dcmembers [dot] com?

Also, which operating system are you using?

Files and information sent to you via email!

Greets,

Martin

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tried MPH together with my MS Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 and ... it does not seem to work.
Using the tray context menu 1by1 reacts as expected, but using the multimedia keys does not cause a reaction.

Hi, Martin, and welcome to the DonationCoder site.  May I assume you have set up individual hotkeys for each action that correspond to your multimedia keys?

Sorry, I didn't get the point.

I set up single hotkeys, e.g. PlayPause, VolumeUp, VolumeDown, ShowHidePlayer.

But e.g. Volume(Up|Down) still uses the system volume up or down.

So I changed all configure hotkeys to use the modifier Ctrl and even now e.g. VolumeDown controlled the system volume by decreasing it, not the players (1by1) volume.

I thought the concept of MPH is to define/setup individual hotkeys.

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Hi,

tried MPH together with my MS Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 and ... it does not seem to work.
Using the tray context menu 1by1 reacts as expected, but using the multimedia keys does not cause a reaction.

Any hints how to make it work?

Best regards,

Martin

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Hi,

tried MPH together with my MS Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 and ... it does not seem to work.
Using the tray context menu 1by1 reacts as expected, but using the multimedia keys does not cause a reaction.

Any hints how to make it work?

Best regards,

Martin

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