Melloware wrote:Turn DEBUG mode on in the Settings tab and when you press DVD then go to the Settings and press Open Log File...
See what Intelliremote is doing when you press that DVD button to figure out why PowerDVD is launching or if PowerDVD has some tray application that is listening.
Also under Start->Programs->Intelliremote->X10 Device Tester you can run that and push every button on your remote to see what X10 signal it generates!
thansk - that PC is off now but will test some more tomorrow. I was able to re-program the TV button with intelliremote - no problem.
I could try the simpler test of closing intelliremote completely then pressing the DVD button on ATI wonder -
I have a suspicion that button behaviour is hard coded - though I wonder what it would do if powerdvd was not installed ?
It maybe looks in registry for some file association & finds the powerdvd is set to handle .ts and .ifo ? I eyeballed the default profile & saw no reference to powerdvd
i guess that a similar lookup tells it to launch chrome and not some other prowser when the WEB button is pressed.
my other concern, as with the Microsoft remote, is that ATi wonder is clearly an end-of-line product that will not get any future vendor support. I'd prefer to invest time in remotes that have a longer projected life-span and thus will work with future versions of Windows - any thoughts on that ? Even my trusty cyberlink remotes are probably obsolescent, in Cyberlink's future plans, though they are still plentiful on ebay.