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Old 09-23-2008, 02:27 AM   #1
taurusx5
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How Do I Configure Xine Through Its Config FIle?


I got ubuntu 8.04. I installed Xine and I want to configure the amount of volume that I want to adjust, and dedicate specific keyboard keys to volume and forward and rewind. So far, I tried to edit the xine config file in ~/.xine/config and ~/.xine/keymap and saved the modifications, but Xine went back to its default settings.

What do I do?

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Right click on the Xine window. From the pop-up menu, scroll down to Settings. In the next pop-up, click on Keymap Editor. There are settings for volume, as well as moving forward and backward.
 
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Right click on the Xine window. From the pop-up menu, scroll down to Settings. In the next pop-up, click on Keymap Editor. There are settings for volume, as well as moving forward and backward.
Bigrigdriver, thanks for the tip. However, I tried to edit the keys through the keymap and don't know how. How do you edit a specific key?


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