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    Quote Originally Posted by WickedEwok
    Assuming four, plus nav, plus nav select, I think you'd want ...

    Far Left
    Left
    Right
    Far Right

    Nav.Left
    Nav.Right
    Nav.Up
    Nav.Down
    Nav.Select
    I don't have a jog shuttle, but it might be good to support that.

    -Zak

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    [quote="z.mash"]
    Quote Originally Posted by WickedEwok
    Assuming four, plus nav, plus nav select, I think you'd want ...

    Far Left
    Left
    Right
    Far Right

    Nav.Left
    Nav.Right
    Nav.Up
    Nav.Down
    Nav.Select
    Don't forget Record, Jog.Up, Jog.Down, Jog.Select.

    The 9 that Wicked listed are required for all PPC devices, the other 4 I listed are optional.

    -Dave

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    My bad. On my axim the jog is the same as Nav.Up and Nav.Down, so I assumed it was the same for all.

    So...

    The record button, jog up, jog down, and select, plus the other nine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WickedEwok
    My bad. On my axim the jog is the same as Nav.Up and Nav.Down, so I assumed it was the same for all.

    So...

    The record button, jog up, jog down, and select, plus the other nine.
    Wicked -

    Hmmm. So the jog button simply mirrors the Nav button then. Do they have separate hardware addresses? The iPAQ doesn't have a jog wheel so I can't test this. Anyone out there care to confirm whether the jog and nav buttons can hold different functions?

    Another question: When you do a hardbutton config, there is a 'light' button available. This button isn't software assignable in a CCF, and the function is pretty much hardware related anyway. Any reason to have it kicking around?
    -Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by brohebus
    Another question: When you do a hardbutton config, there is a 'light' button available. This button isn't software assignable in a CCF, and the function is pretty much hardware related anyway. Any reason to have it kicking around?
    No, probably not. I put in all the hardbuttons that the RC9200 knows about, but you're right that they don't all need to be in there. I'll take this one out.

    On the Axim, the jog and nav map exactly the same. If they are separate on other hardware, then that would be great.

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