SimonRobinson, on Feb 9 2007, 08:48, said:
Map the "Toggle Screen" function to a hardware button (I have it mapped to the "Up" D-Pad key, and mute to "Down"). Control the volume with the headphone slider.
I believe this is the best solution--you can map a button to "Toggle Screen" in the windows media player properties. Here's one way to make this even better:
Rather than replacing the volume up and volume down function, you can HOLD the "Down" key when you are assigning it to "Toggle Screen". This way, you preserve the volume up and volume down functions of the keys.