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Old 8th July 2019, 18:16   #1  |  Link
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PiP Toggle button - Scenarist BD


I'm trying to find a command for my "one button" with two button's in it, that toggles between on and off button each time you press it so it activate or deactive the Picture-In-Picture function.

Does anyone have a clue?

And it's a HDMV menu structure no BD-J.

And it must memorise it, (register GPR..? PSR..?) so when you press the popup menu so you can see if it's "on" or "off".

BOG: PiP on off
B: on
B: off
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You don't need to save its state in a register, because if you disable the PiP using the stb remote you can have a not up to date value in the register. Since it's a very careful value (you can't risk to have the wrong value/button), it's better to get the updated value just when needed.
What you want to do is very close to the audio buttons states, when you have 2 buttons inside the same BOG showing the actual used audio.
You need to have a virtual button as a "button0" in auto-action form of the page (so it's the first thing will be executed) that firstly set the button to the off value, and then check and enable (if needed) the on button. In the on/off buttons, you need to enable/disable the PiP respectively and then re-execute the button0 to update all the buttons value.

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