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Re: Unofficial: AIOS Keyboard Compatibility List

Postby yoelmija » January 17th, 2012, 7:31 pm

I bought Logitech K400 and I like it very much so far. The mouse pad is built-in on the keyboard, which is very convenient for sofa/bed room setting. It's definitely more responsive (due to 2.4GZ wireless) than the original Pivos remote control. It has F1, F2, F3 and F4 keys. I'm surprised how light the keyboard is. Best Buy Canada has it for $49.99, but sometimes it's on sale for $44.99.

By the way, here is the guide to map Pivot remote control to keyboard keys.
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Re: Unofficial: AIOS Keyboard Compatibility List

Postby cocody » January 18th, 2012, 6:21 pm

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Wireless with trackball

I had it. It kinda works. lol

Only when I insert the dongle in the right front port. In the rear, won't work. That's no problem for me... since I found. ;)

But seriously, we deserve a full and transparent keyboard support without having to see the screen virtual keyboard. :)
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Re: Unofficial: AIOS Keyboard Compatibility List

Postby ryanmi » February 29th, 2012, 6:00 pm

May I know what is the hot key in keyboard for the "OK" button?
Every time when I finished text input in search screen, have to use direction key manually move to the "OK button. :cry:
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Re: Unofficial: AIOS Keyboard Compatibility List

Postby aasoror » February 29th, 2012, 8:16 pm

ryanmi wrote:May I know what is the hot key in keyboard for the "OK" button?
Every time when I finished text input in search screen, have to use direction key manually move to the "OK button. :cry:


Its the "Enter" key, the thing is the search screen does work with the keyboard exactly like its on the remote. When you press the OK button on the remote with a highlighted key it responds as a key press, you need to use the arrows to move to the text entry box then press the OK button on the remote to proceed, its the same if you are using a keyboard.
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Re: Unofficial: AIOS Keyboard Compatibility List

Postby daktari » March 4th, 2012, 11:15 am

Will a keyboard help speed up scrolling between pages of content?

I've got a lot of files to go through to find a title that starts with the letter o, for example. With Windows Explorer and my HTPC, I just moused over and double clicked the file. With the AIOS and included remote, I'm pressing the "next" button over and over again to reach the o section.

Maybe I should move files into A-C, D-F, G-K folders, etc. :?:
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Re: Unofficial: AIOS Keyboard Compatibility List

Postby aasoror » March 4th, 2012, 11:30 am

daktari wrote:Will a keyboard help speed up scrolling between pages of content?

I've got a lot of files to go through to find a title that starts with the letter o, for example. With Windows Explorer and my HTPC, I just moused over and double clicked the file. With the AIOS and included remote, I'm pressing the "next" button over and over again to reach the o section.

Maybe I should move files into A-C, D-F, G-K folders, etc. :?:


Its not currently supported (not even with a keyboard). You might want to consider posting about it in the wishlist.
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Re: Unofficial: AIOS Keyboard Compatibility List

Postby BeemerBiker » July 25th, 2012, 4:06 pm

The following works really nice with the built in track ball.

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Re: Unofficial: AIOS Keyboard Compatibility List

Postby superdesi » July 30th, 2012, 6:01 am

OMG!!! Are people still using this AIOS media center? I returned mine a few days after I bought it a while back. I can't stand to tinker with electronics especially after I pay a premium price for them.
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