01-27-2010 10:45 PM
I just purchased the G35 and wow, what an amazing piece of hardware!
I am running into an issue however. When attempting to assign a WinAmp function (Launch Player) to a G-key, nothing happens.
I've tested it on G1, G2 and G3.. same thing, I hit the button and WinAmp doesn't activate. I can activate it manually in Windows, and I also tested it with the "Stop" function selected, still, WinAmp doesn't respond. I know the G-keys work, because I can get Windows Media Player to launch on all 3 keys.
WinAmp is installed to the default directory in Windows. Anyone have any ideas why it won't work?
OS: Windows XP SP2
03-05-2010 05:24 AM
BUMP (well, not actually my post but...)
Anyone have a solution to original problem? I've followed the fix for the G15, substituting the G-keys for the media keys but this produced no results. I've even tried to use Winamp's built in key shortcut but it seems the G-keys don't work there either.
05-18-2010 01:54 PM
I've got the same issue, except instead of WinAmp, I am using Windows Media Player. If I remap the keys to G35 voice morphing functions, they work fine... so this appears to be in software. Window focus doesn't seem to matter either.
I'm running Windows 7 64-bit (brand new install, and not an OEM build), with the latest G35 software (v1.00.152) as of a day or two ago.
05-19-2010 01:39 AM - edited 05-19-2010 01:46 AM
I've had the same issue as the Origional Poster, but I am able to get the G-keys to work with WMP, going to try redowning WinAmp.
EDIT: Tried redownloading WinAmp and the problem still exists.