Old 3rd June 2010, 14:43   #1
sichkant
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how to call functions from own plugin with a short-cut

Hello there,

I am about to write an own winamp plugin. But i am quite new in this. So i was looking for a possibility to call my own functions from my plugins. But i didn't find anything in the tutorials.

For example:
Press "CTRL-SHIFT-D" calls a function in my plugin which removes all music files from the media library

Can anyone tell me how to solve this??

THX
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Old 5th June 2010, 12:37   #2
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I don't think the hot-keys will work in your case...

why don't you try subclassing Winamp?
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Old 8th June 2010, 15:52   #3
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it all depends on if you want it available just when Winamp is selected (IPC_TRANSLATEACCELERATOR or api_application->app_addAccelerators(..)) or a global hotkey can be used (see wa_hotkeys.h).

either way, you'd need to subclass Winamp inorder to get the callback event when the action is done. btw, Ctrl+Shift+D is used in another popular plug-in.

-daz
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Old 15th June 2010, 16:22   #4
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how to call functions from own plugin with a short cut

Hi there

I just finished building my first custom component
In the admin section of my component I have a field where the admin can type
in a morfeoshow gallery ID.

Morfeoshow plugin usually works with morfeo x in articles etc, but not in my component.
How can I get it to work?

Thanks in advance

Josif
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