steve111 Posted November 7, 2017 Report Share Posted November 7, 2017 This isn't really a FLIRC question per se, but I keep a browser window on a 2nd screen on the Mac that is playing Youtube or other video content. I want want to be able to send a space or arrow key to it to pause or rewind. The trouble is, its not the active app, because I am working in another app in the main window. So I have to move the mouse over to the other screen, click the window, then press the space bar to play/pause or arrow keys to skip. I'd like to use FLIRC to be able to somehow target non frontmost windows on the second screen. Other times, I might want to run Plex or Kodi on that second screen. So again, it would not be the front most window as I am, lets say, in the midst of writing on the main screen. I am not sure what the best approach would be or if this even makes sense, because it's not like I want every spacebar I press in my main writing active window, to automatically pause Youtube or Plex.... Just thinking out loud... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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