Adding a shortcut to the Confluence screen


#1

I hope I’m explaining this clearly. I’m using the Confluence skin on my Raspberry Pi 3B+.

If I want to play my MP3’s which are on my OneDrive I have to click Music>Music add-ons>OneDrive>OneDrive Personal>Files>MP3.

Is there a way to put a link named MP3 on the main screen that I can just click that would bring me there?

Also what is the star in the lower left corner of the screen next to the power button used for?

Thanks!


#2

You might need to ask in the Kodi forums, but there doesn’t appear to be any way to add shortcuts directly to a “subfolder” using Confluence.


#3

Thanks. Can it be done using a different skin like Xonfluence?


#4

The star is the favorites menu. Navigate to your desired location on one drive, use the context menu to add to favorites.


#5

How to I get to the context menu? I’m using a Harmony universal remote. I can program keys on it with the Keymap editor in OSMC. Thanks!


#6

It’s the c button on a keyboard. If you are using the keymap editor then you should be able to map a key. I don’t use Harmony or the editor.


#7

I mapped a key on my remote and when I click it a windows opens in the top left of the screen. If I click on that it looks like I can type into it. I assume I need a wireless keyboard or an onscreen virtual keyboard? Thanks.


#8

This sounds like you have not appropriately mapped a key to the context menu. Try the links below… good luck.

https://www.google.com/search?q=kodi+harmony+map+context+menu&oq=kodi+harmony+map+context+menu&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i64.5423j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8


#9

Got it to work. Thanks for all your help!