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VLC Command Switches

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  • Started 6 years ago by drewesq
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drewesq
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Hi

I am trying to find a cmd switch to disable the double click feature when VLC is playing media. Basically, I have a touch screen and it will need to be touched without VLC coming out of full screen.

Hope someone out there can help!

Drew :)

Posted 6 years ago
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LH
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Drew hi. Not sure, but wouldn't that be setup in the touchscreen software ?

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drewesq
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Unfortunatly not! Becuase the person using the touch screen will need to interact with the media via VLC. There must be a way of disabling the mouse/double click so the media remains as full screen?!

D

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GKI610
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I would try going into Folder Options at the search box,>SingleClick to open an item, Underline only when I point at them>Apply>OK. I don't think you even have to log off for this to take effect.

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InterPC
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Also you might find more information about this on the VLC media player website.

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