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Old 11-09-2009, 11:45 PM
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Disable Shutter Button in Camera

I have used the Rhodium Keyboard Controller to enable a hardware button on my TP2 to be used for the camera. This also means that when I push this button while in camera, it will snap a photo.

Is there anyway to get rid of the shutter button that is on the screen since it isn't needed when using a hardware button? I looked around in the registry but couldn't find anything.
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Re: Disable Shutter Button in Camera

Doubtful. I don't think they were accounting for things like the Rhodium Keyboard Controller when they wrote the software...and therefore presumed you'd always need the shutter icon

Thanks for the tip though. I use that tool a lot, but although I realized I could use it to launch the camera app, I never thought about using it to actually snap the pic too!
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Re: Disable Shutter Button in Camera

Which button did you use?
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Re: Disable Shutter Button in Camera

doubt it unless you know how to code really really well. your going to have to REcode the camera app.
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Re: Disable Shutter Button in Camera

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Which button did you use?
I used the back button as I never use this button for going back.

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doubt it unless you know how to code really really well. your going to have to REcode the camera app.
That sucks. I thought that maybe there would be a simple registry edit to disable the shutter button.

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Doubtful. I don't think they were accounting for things like the Rhodium Keyboard Controller when they wrote the software...and therefore presumed you'd always need the shutter icon

Thanks for the tip though. I use that tool a lot, but although I realized I could use it to launch the camera app, I never thought about using it to actually snap the pic too!
Yeah, it works just like it did on the Mogul with a dedicated Camera key. I love it!
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Re: Disable Shutter Button in Camera

actually if you wanna do some digging you could look in your windows folder and look for that picture. then change the name of the photo (ie: from shutter to shuttter) and then soft reset and then start the camera. see if that works. and thats not the name of the file i was just guessing
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Re: Disable Shutter Button in Camera

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actually if you wanna do some digging you could look in your windows folder and look for that picture. then change the name of the photo (ie: from shutter to shuttter) and then soft reset and then start the camera. see if that works. and thats not the name of the file i was just guessing
Hmm... interesting. I'll see what I can find.
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