It don't feel strange at all to create such single-command-profile, it's not dummy, it's not pointless It's still the way the XMBC should be used. I remeber my begginings, and my co-worker - he only use XMBC to rebind [ctrl] key to his 5th button and [shift] to 4th button, and nothing more.injtsvetkov wrote:I have profile for "explorer.exe" which remaps the Middle click to Double click. I know that a few betas ago there was a change to separate the "Desktop" from "Explorer" so one would need two different profiles for them. Since I haven't changed this profile after that change, it was working for both till beta 14. In beta 15 (#475 - Attempt to fixed an issue with profiles after explorer (desktop) restarts.) it stopped working for the "Desktop" and works only for the "Explorer" . I reverted back to beta 14 and now it works for both again. I'd like to hear your comment Phil. I'm not suggesting to revert that change! I just need to know would it be possible somehow to make it work like before beta 15 (e.g. if ''explorer.exe" is entered in the "Application" field) and if the user wants it separated to chose the specific window in "Find window"? It just feels strange to make another profile for a simple double click
Currently I create basic settings in my "default" profile and then copy it to any other profile with additional desired actions. In one app i need to copy default profile because copy+paste wasn't working as it should and i didn't need to add any other actions to this "dummy" profile.
Of course Phil can think about add checkbox in settings like:
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"separate explorer windows from explorer desktop"