Footswitch - 1.1.0

More Aggressive Attempt To Discover The Installed Foot Pedal On Linux

Release Details

Footswitch (for LibreOffice) (1.1.0)
  * The known_hid_footpedals.txt file has been included in the delivery.
  * This file is used to dynamically find and assign the foot pedals
  * HID identity
  *
  * A new option on the Footswitch drop down menu has been added
  * “Edit Known Footpedals”
  * This allows you to edit the file and add your own footpedals
  * Hid devices codes if they are not already included in the file
  *
  * known_hid_footpedals.txt file
    #This is a list of known foot pedals for the udev system
    #first part is the vendor:product id and then a comma separator 
    # and then the name of the device
    # To add your own device, just add it to the end of the text
    # on its own line.
    # Optionally you may add the 3 key codes that your foot pedal sends
    #  see the Microdia entry below,
    #          Left pedal send KEY_PREVIOUS
    #          Middle pedal send KEY_PAUSE
    #          Right pedal send KEY_NEXT
    # Note: to get the vendor:product id of your device
    # type lsusb on the command line
    # Lines that start with the hash (#) character are comments
    #
    05f3:00ff,Vec foot pedal
    07b4:0202,Olympus RS26 foot pedal
    07b4:0218,Olympus RS28 foot pedal
    0c45:7403,Microdia foot pedal,KEY_PREVIOUS,KEY_PAUSE,KEY_NEXT
    0d50:0040,F4 foot pedal
    12c4:0008,Telep foot pedal
    0911:091a,Philips foot pedal
 

License(s)

GNU-GPL-v2 (GNU General Public License Version 2)

Compatibility

LibreOffice 4.2, LibreOffice 4.3, LibreOffice 4.4, LibreOffice 5.0, LibreOffice 5.1

Changelog

Available Downloads

footswitch.oxt Linux-x64
File size: 608 kb

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