Depending on how you re-mapped it, you should be able to just hold down to lower / raise volume.
Strange, because I’ve never got this to work as you describe.
I’ve mapped it in the ‘Global’ section through the Kodi Key-map addon.
Under /home/osmc/.kodi/userdata/keymaps i have a file named ‘gen.xml’ containg the following information:
<keymap><global><keyboard><key id="227">volumeup</key><key id="226">volumedown</key></keyboard></global></keymap>
Putting device into suspend mode by long pressing “Stop” button please.
This function would be a good addition, however in a sample of just one I would say using the home button for it might be better for WAF (that’s what she who must be obeyed says anyway lol)
Sounds good, however I rely on the volume keys as my vero is connected to a PC monitor, with audio via 3.5mm.
If holding down the Volume Up or Down keys counted as a long press, altering the volume would become very tedious (requiring multiple single button presses).
maybe customizable options from the suggestions above?
so we can choose if we want mute or sdby or … or not per button?
Yes – I’m sure it could be made configurable.
My goal here was to seek out some sane defaults
I’m trying to map long press on the OSMC RF remote to turn off the TV. Something like this:
<keymap> <global> <keyboard> <key id="37" mod="longpress">CECStandby</key> </keyboard> </global> </keymap>
mod="longpress" doesn’t work currently?
Long press is currently supported with eventlircd