Feature #1691

[PS3] R2/L2 button could be deactivable

Added by Ema Nymton over 7 years ago. Updated over 7 years ago.

Status:FixedStart date:04/21/2013
Priority:NormalDue date:
Assignee:Andreas Smas% Done:

100%

Category:Video playback
Target version:4.4

Description

I often ruin my playback when hitting R2/L2 accidentally (these buttons are very sensitive). Could we have an option to deactivate them?

Associated revisions

Revision 8d19fa3b
Added by Andreas Smas over 7 years ago

ps3: Make it possible to configure seeking using L2/R2

It can be configured in three modes

Yes
Yes but only in combination with Select
No

Setting found in Settings -> Look and feel

Fixes #1691

Change included in version 4.3.307

History

#1 Updated by Alexandre Zia over 7 years ago

I agree, this is annoying, when controller is laying over the couch and you accidentally hits the controller, L2 or R2 is pressed and movie jumps 30 mins backward of forward.

#2 Updated by Ema Nymton over 7 years ago

Please Andreas, create an option for us, I just skipped a good 10 minutes of movie length just because I fell down a tad too heavily on my couch ;)

#3 Updated by Girish Patel over 7 years ago

I totally agree too. I've skipped movies a lot just by putting the controller down.

#4 Updated by Jerome Morrow over 7 years ago

I agree, controller on the couch sometimes causes unwanted jumps.... :(

#5 Updated by Jerome Morrow over 7 years ago

A trigger combination will be the solution: "X+L2" and "X+R2", or use the analog stick.

#6 Updated by Andreas Smas over 7 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Need feedback

I hear you.

How about a setting:

Use L2+R2 for seeking : Yes / No / With select+

(I'd prefer to use select as qualifier as it's already used as a qualifier for other stuff)

#7 Updated by Ema Nymton over 7 years ago

That sounds good to me too. Select is a good qualifier as it's sometimes used in games too, so it's quite intuitive.

#8 Updated by Jerome Morrow over 7 years ago

ok, "select" will works too.

#9 Updated by Tony Miker over 7 years ago

Yes that sounds like a good solution to this annoying pilot error.

#10 Updated by Andreas Smas over 7 years ago

  • Target version set to 4.4

#11 Updated by Andreas Smas over 7 years ago

  • Status changed from Need feedback to Fixed
  • % Done changed from 0 to 100

Applied in changeset git|commit:8d19fa3b148fc5c6953e625c92e68df90820da93.

#12 Updated by Jerome Morrow over 7 years ago

Works OK, thanks... No more "unwanted jumps" :)

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