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Smartmenu

Smartmenu is a menuing application for Lirc. Its purpose is to make use of an infra-red remote controller with a Linux box as easy and smart as possible. It handles displaying and browsing menus in a way that is usable for typical user of a remote controller. Such a user must be able to use the menus when he is a few meters away from the monitor or even with monitor turned off.

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  •  10 Nov 2005 08:27

    Release Notes: This release provided better control of lirc key repeating.

    •  07 Nov 2005 19:10

      Release Notes: Fixes bugs and adds some configuration examples.

      •  11 Sep 2005 16:22

        Release Notes: This release adds keyboard support; it can be configured to pop up when specific key is hit. It can now be used without any lirc remote.

        •  22 Aug 2005 15:52

          Release Notes: This release comes with Unicode support and dynamic submenus (generated on the fly by Perl scripts). Smartmenu now includes a music file collection browser.

          •  29 Nov 2002 02:08

            Release Notes: Fixes for problems when compiling with gcc 3.2, a new action for sending XEvents that makes it possible to control any X application from Smartmenu, and a new Autohide feature for displaying.

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