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Old 16th October 2002, 22:15   #1  |  Link
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Buttons are gone when user Stops/Starts menu

Wasn't sure if this is advanced or not -

I'm using Scenarist - I have some motion menus (.m2v) that create a problem. If the user stops the menu, then restarts it - the button is not there.

I have the forced button off - but I was under the impression that the player would remember what button was selected.

Is there a way to get this back - or maybe even a way to send the user back to the beginning of the menu (the start of the .m2v) when they hit play again?
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Old 17th October 2002, 17:37   #2  |  Link
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This may sound simplistic but why not just make pressing the "stop" button a "Prohibited User Option"? It would eliminate the possibility of this anomaly altogether.
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Old 20th October 2002, 09:36   #3  |  Link
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Trilight's solution is the way to do it. You're quite right - the DVD "forgets" subtitle information (including button info) when you press STOP. So the only way to protect your menu is to disable the STOP button, and the forward-backward scan while you're at it too.
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Originally posted by easy2Bcheesy
and the forward-backward scan while you're at it too.
i did notice that you couldnt see the white rabbit/green fairy in FF mode

Sometimes I get halfway through a paragraph explaining something, then I just completely forget what I was thinking about
which is when you will notice that the paragraph just ends rather abruptly...
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