I experimented some with my Sony Ericsson K600i lately and I found out that I can easily make it a remote controller for any program I want. So after using a whole night and one morning figuring out the perfect key layout for the remote controller I came up with this!
As you might have noticed, I used the Opera Mini graphics for this. This should make it easier for Opera Mini users to use the remote. And it looks really good too.
The key layout is a cellphone-user-friendly layout especially made for people that have played games on their cellphone before. As you might have guessed, the twelve squares in the middle are the number keys. The squares on the right are the volume keys and the camera trigger button.Download
You'll need a Sony Ericsson cellphone or a cellphone that supports HID profiles. You'll also need a bluetooth program on your PC that supports bluetooth HID devices. Once you've downloaded, simply send the file to your cellphone via bluetooth or put the file in your "other" folder in your cellphone and install it. You might need to configure the bluetooth program on your PC to use your cellphone as a HID device. Good luck.Opera Remote.hid
The keyboard keys the remote simulates are:
Left softkey: Shows the context menu. (Ctrl+m).
Right softkey: Goes back in history and deletes text in forms. (Backspace).
Joystick left: Move one link left. (Shift+left).
Joystick right: Move one link right. (Shift+right).
Joystick up: Move one link up. (Shift+up).
Joystick down: Move one link down. (Shift+down).
Press joystick: Enters the selected link, makes a new line in text forms or sends the form. (Enter).
Keypad 1: Escapes from menus. (Esc).
Keypad 2: Moves up in the page. (Up).
Keypad 3: Goes to the next tab. (Ctrl+tabulator).
Keypad 4: Moves to the left in the page. (Left).
Keypad 5: Clicks checkboxes and radio buttons, clicks links, moves one page down. (Space).
Keypad 6: Moves to the right in the page. (Right).
Keypad 7: Opens a new tab. (Ctrl+t) (I might make a version where it runs Opera from a shortcut to open a new tab).
Keypad 8: Moves down in the page. (Down).
Keypad 9: Closes the active tab. (Ctrl+w).
Keypad *: Opens the bookmark menu. (Alt+b).
Keypad 0: Refreshes the page. (F5).
Keypad #: Fast forward in pages or forward in history. (Alt+right)
Volume key up: Move one page up. (Page up).
Volume key down: Move one page down. (Page down).
Camera trigger button: Focuses the menu bar, removes focus from the menu bar. (Alt)
Not happy with this layout? Well I'm planning making more of them later. Still not enough? Make your own profiles with the HID configuration editor
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