That's a pretty neat little tool.
I think I'm going to do that as a seperate gadget.dennisj00 said:Neat gadget! If I could suggest an addition, add a keypad icon for manual channel change anytime.
(and I should take a look at programming a gadget)
I know this is about a decade old, but im still hopeful. Im looking for something like this. But i cant find the download link, anyway it still exists or something like it?Autotune has recently gone from "would be nice" to necessary for me so I wrote a Windows Desktop Gadget to do it and thought I would share it here. It's pretty basic at the moment with no options or error checking but it does the job.
When you install it, it will open ready to configure.
Once configured, you can leave it as is or shrink it down.
I think the fields are self explanitory but feel free to ask any questions.
To install, download the attached ZIP and open it. Then double-click the file you find inside: DirecTV Auto Tune.gadget
This will install it on your Windows 7/8 desktop. If you're not familiar with Windows Gadgets, you can access them by right-clicking your desktop and selecting "Gadgets".
Please let me know about any bugs you find or any features you might want.
If you'd like to have multiple auto-tunes you can run the gadget multiple times.
Removed DirecTV logos from gadget.
Did you try contacting Throckmorton since he is the one that posted it?I know this is about a decade old, but im still hopeful. Im looking for something like this. But i cant find the download link, anyway it still exists or something like it?