After using raspmbc for a long time I decided to give the RC3 a go.
With the default skin I can’t see any scroll bars for moving about? It seems that right click moves back - is that right?
Is it possible to use a skin that has scroll bars and back buttons?
I am having a real problem trying to set up my video files again - it doesn’t seem to want to allow me to click on Videos/Files and set up as before. What should be the process now for adding the external media?
Not sure what you mean by that - you set content type when you add a source to the library, you can’t set content type on just a folder in the file viewer. (Videos)
RC3 is still a release candidate so things are still in flux a bit - the updated Skin will be part of the final release.
Yes, ssh is enabled by default, username and password is osmc.
Not sure whether you’re suggesting that uploading keys should be in the installer that creates the SD card image, or in the walkthrough that runs after installation ?
In any case it’s a bit of niche/power user feature to use ssh keys (given the target audience of OSMC as a mediacenter OS) so it seems unlikely to be added as part of the install process.
For a power user who wants to use ssh keys its a simple (for a power user) matter of logging in with password authentication the first time to paste in your key, or use something like scp to upload your keys and then optionally disable password based authentication.
Don’t know the answer to that one sorry, as I don’t use the OSMC skin myself except briefly during testing.