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System menu call

Hans Schiessl 5 years ago in Applications / i3 Pro updated by Oksana (expert) 5 years ago 5

We DISABLE the system menu on the device in 'System menu' > info for frontend (gui) users.


BUT we need an additional function or token to overrule this flag or disabled system-menu to force -open- the system menu (like transfer tool) with a script or command from within our own settings-page in the GUI we've created.


In other words: we would like to have the option to open the system menu only by clicking on our own button and not with the hold-7 seconds anywhere.


Is it possible ? And how do we do this?

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Hello,
It has been fixed from i3 pro 1.0.0.7903 (beta)

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We have to change IR.ShowSystemMenu();
This JS function should work with System Menu disabled

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Hi.


Please, see this project for example.

IR.ShowSystemMenu.irpz

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[ sorry, this is not the correct answer we are looking for ]


The actual question is slightly different.

I'll try to explain again in another way.


STEPS


1. We disable the system-menu option on the i2 Control client with system-menu>info.

2. When we now hold-press the screen of i2 Control device, system menu is not showing up. This is okay.

3. Now we would like to have the option to force-open the system-menu (while it is still disabled by my previous action), in our own custom settings-page of our GUI, somewhere by a button. When we use the standard JS function to call the system menu (you have posted previously), it doesn't show up, because it is disabled at step 1.


Note: when this system-menu is disabled in i2 Control, it is possible to open it by transfer tool. But we want to do this on i2 directly (like the transfer tool does)


I hope this question is clear and you can assist me.

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We have to change IR.ShowSystemMenu();
This JS function should work with System Menu disabled

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Hello,
It has been fixed from i3 pro 1.0.0.7903 (beta)