Apple Remote - Stop controlling volume and iTunes

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I only want it really to control Front Row. Is there a way to disable it controlling iTunes and Volume?
 
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I don't fully get your question iRye ... You are talking about your Remote not controlling iTunes & Volume while Front Row isn't running? Well, iTunes & Volume are integrated parts of Front Row so I'm not sure if that's possible.
 
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well, when i'm running a slideshow in keynote, it's annoying when i press press up and i hear *click*
 
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well, when i'm running a slideshow in keynote, it's annoying when i press press up and i hear *click*

Ahh ... Keynote! Just checked it out and guess what? My trial period is over! I looked at the Keynote demo and it looks pretty speccy!

I wasn't aware that the Remote could be used in a Keynote Slideshow. So you're referring to the duck sound as the volume is increased - and if it's possible to disable that feature for Keynote?

.... I'll get on to it, toute suite, mon ami!
 
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Just turn off the volume click noise in the sound system preferences...
(Sound> Sound effects> Play feedback when volume is changed)
 

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