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Best Answer Viliami , 02 December 2015 - 05:37 AM

I found out how to do it.

Just re-read the manual and found out about another function called GetKeyWait().

It lets you override the main menu.

You have to pass in 1 to the 3rd parameter and it will give you control of the Menu key instead of the normal system operation.

 

EDIT: 

GetKeyWait() was was buggy when I used it (returned 0 no matter what) with the SDK so I used the Bkey_GetKeyWait() function instead:

Bkey_GetKeyWait(&keycode, &keycode2, KEYWAIT_HALTON_TIMEROFF, 0, 1, &unused);
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#1 Viliami

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Posted 02 December 2015 - 04:35 AM

I am using the GetKey() function to check if the menu button is pressed,

but it can't be used properly in the program since the calculator just returns back to the menu.

 

I've seen other programs override the menu key, and I read their code but it looks like their using key_down() to check, which isn't compatible with SH4.

 

Anybody know how to override the MENU button?

 



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Posted 02 December 2015 - 05:37 AM   Best Answer

I found out how to do it.

Just re-read the manual and found out about another function called GetKeyWait().

It lets you override the main menu.

You have to pass in 1 to the 3rd parameter and it will give you control of the Menu key instead of the normal system operation.

 

EDIT: 

GetKeyWait() was was buggy when I used it (returned 0 no matter what) with the SDK so I used the Bkey_GetKeyWait() function instead:

Bkey_GetKeyWait(&keycode, &keycode2, KEYWAIT_HALTON_TIMEROFF, 0, 1, &unused);

Edited by Viliami, 02 December 2015 - 09:30 AM.






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