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  1. jason added a post in a topic Transfer "old" configurations to a new Flirc dongle   

    I just pushed an update to try and fix this. Thanks to Yawor, he confirmed I had a bug.

    However,  there is a small chance it wont work. Long story shorty, the new version are slightly different in capturing keys. Give the update a shot, and let me know.
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  2. yawor added a post in a topic Flirc v2.3.0 Runs like poop   

    I see nothing like than neither on my Win7 PC nor my Linux laptop.
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  3. jason added a post in a topic Flirc v2.3.0 Runs like poop   

    What OS are you running? I only see this occasionally for some reason. On my mac, it's fine 90% of the time, and then when my computer is left long, for some reason, the search slows down.
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  4. BTSpaniel added a topic in GUI Bugs   

    Flirc v2.3.0 Runs like poop
    When Flirc is not connected, the program freezes every 1 second probably because its constantly checking if Flirc is connected. Can't you just have it search all the usb devices on startup then check only when new ones a plugged in to increase the speed? I was trying to demo to my friends what the software is like but i can't because it runs like it has cancer when the dongle is not plugged in.
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  5. Kevin Cowans added a post in a topic FLIRC disconnected after going to sleep   

    Hello Jason
    My Motherboard is the ASUS H110I-Plus.
    You can find the information here:
    ASUS H110I-Plus
    Thanks
    Kevin
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  6. Mattia_98 added a post in a topic Flirc-SE power on not working   

    What the heck? You knew this on January the 5th and this still doesn't work? I really feel ripped off. Especially because it is advertised on the product page that it is possible to change that from the GUI. You could be sued for this. Fortunately this is preset on the Harmony remote (titled as PwrOff). Please fix your software, it's buggy.
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  7. jason added a post in a topic FLIRC disconnected after going to sleep   

    What motherboard model do you have? I'll read the manual to see if I can spot anything.
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  8. Kevin Cowans added a post in a topic FLIRC disconnected after going to sleep   

    Hello Jason
    Plugging in devices in a different order makes no difference.
    I have managed to test the Flirc on my Desktop (Windows 10 Pro x64) which does use a Wireless Keyboard however it is a Microsoft Receiver (I forget the model, sorry). and it seems to work fine on that one.
    I have checked on the ASUS Website and there is no USB Driver Update for my Motherboard, in fact all Drivers are up to date including the BIOS.
    Thanks in advance
    Kevin
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  9. jason added a post in a topic FLIRC disconnected after going to sleep   

    How about the order in which you plug in things. Does it make any difference if you plug in flirc or the unifying receiver first?
    On your other machines, do you have the same problem? 

    Maybe the motherboard manufacturer has a usb driver update. USB devices have no idea what's plugged into the same machine, so it's most likely a usb stack/driver bug.
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  10. Kevin Cowans added a post in a topic FLIRC disconnected after going to sleep   

    Hello Jason
    Unfortunately, not, no.
    All my computers are running Windows 10 Pro except the HTPC which is running Windows 10 Home.
    Kevin
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  11. jason added a post in a topic FLIRC disconnected after going to sleep   

    I think this is suspend vs sleep. 
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  12. jason added a post in a topic FLIRC disconnected after going to sleep   

    Wouldn't by any chance have another operating system around to try?
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  13. Kevin Cowans added a post in a topic FLIRC disconnected after going to sleep   

    Hello
    Please see my edit above.
    Also, I have tried using a different USB Hub with no success.
    Kevin
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  14. jason added a post in a topic FLIRC disconnected after going to sleep   

    Try putting the flirc on a separate hub as the unifying receiver. For example, if they are both in the back, move one to the front.
    Very strange. I have a unifying receiver as well as a bluetooth dongle, and tried for several hours to reproduce this without seeing anything.
    I tried in linux and windows 10, I also don't have any unifying software installed.
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  15. yawor added a post in a topic FLIRC disconnected after going to sleep   

    Yes, of course. It still uses HID standard. I have Option software installed for extra features of MX Master mouse.
    You can install standalone Unifying software (without SetPoint or Option) to be able to manage your receiver:
    http://support.logitech.com/en_gb/software/unifying
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  16. Kevin Cowans added a post in a topic FLIRC disconnected after going to sleep   

    Hello Yawor
    Thanks for the reply.
    I have no additional software installed in order to use the K830, it is just Plug and Play.
    The Option software is, forgive the pun, optional.
    Also, the version of the K830 that I have is the version that also works by Bluetooth, however, I have no Bluetooth Adapter to test with at the moment.
    Right, I downloaded the Unifying Software and UnPaired the Keyboard.
    With the Unifying Adapter still plugged in the PC will not Wake.
    After removing the Unifying Adapter and Rebooting I am able to Wake the PC I would say 95% successfully.
    I hope this helps.
    Thanks in advance
    Kevin
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  17. yawor added a post in a topic Transfer "old" configurations to a new Flirc dongle   

    You can do that using command line flirc_util command by executing:
    flirt_util keys
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  18. Flavia added a post in a topic Transfer "old" configurations to a new Flirc dongle   

    Ok, I wanted to do that anyway :) In this context, it would be cool to have the possibility to export the keymap list (of the active keys) e.g.  as a text file, for a better overview.
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  19. yawor added a post in a topic Transfer "old" configurations to a new Flirc dongle   

    I think it will be :). I've found out what is the issue and already reported it to Jason.
    Anyway, I think it's best to record everything from the start anyway. New Flirc has a new feature: it not only stores the IR signal hash and keyboard key code for each record, but also analyses signal and stores the amount of time between signal repeats making the key hold detection to be more robust (that's why there's no longer inter-key delay needed for 2nd gen). Because old Flirc doesn't have that information in its config, when you import it to new Flirc a default value is used. The default may work but it's not guaranteed. After the import is fixed you should do some tests and check if key repeat is working properly for you.
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  20. Flavia added a post in a topic Transfer "old" configurations to a new Flirc dongle   

    Thank you for your quick response. Yes, Yawor, that's exactly what I've done. Maybe this can be corrected in future updates :)
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  21. anleva added a post in a topic Bad format of repository   

    I am also receiving this error:
    E: The repository 'http://apt.flirc.tv/arch/x64 binary/ Release' does not have a Release file.
    N: Updating from such a repository can't be done securely, and is therefore disabled by default.
    Any chance you can add a Release file to the repository so we can do updates on Linux?
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  22. yawor added a post in a topic Transfer "old" configurations to a new Flirc dongle   

    Ok, I've just checked this myself and there's really some problem with config loading.
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  23. yawor added a post in a topic Transfer "old" configurations to a new Flirc dongle   

    Just to be sure, as you've mentioned loading the old config and saving it to the new Flirc. Exactly which options are you using? You should plug just the old Flirc, then save configuration (it saved configuration from device to a file), then unplug old one and plug in new one and finally load configuration (it loads configuration from a file to the device). Is this exactly what you're doing?
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  24. Flavia added a post in a topic Transfer "old" configurations to a new Flirc dongle   

    [push] still no luck after updating to FW 4.0.10 :-/
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  25. yawor added a post in a topic FLIRC disconnected after going to sleep   

    @Kevin Cowans good find. So it's some kind of hardware conflict. Unfortunately I also have Logitech Unifying receiver (with 3 devices paired to it) plugged in to my PC and both Logitech SetPoint (for K800 keyboard and MX Performance mouse) and Logitech Options (for MX Master mouse) software installed. I see that the K830 is a newer hardware which also requires Options software. I wonder if you maybe have some newer revision of the Unifying receiver.
    Can you do a test and remove pairing (in Unifying software) between your receiver and the keyboard? Then make a test with receiver plugged in but no K830 present in the system. After that you should have no issues with pairing it back to the receiver.
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