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  1. Unfortunately, no. I may figure out a way to store the uncompressed versions somewhere, but think of my method right now as a one way compression. It wasn't done to protect anything, just merely a way to get the data and store it on the device's 'eeprom' which you are actually dumping when you save and load your configuration. I will have something to make that file human readable in a future release.
  2. Hey Mick - Got your mail and will reply shortly. Yes, postage kills me. In order for me to do anything cheaper, it requires a lot of filling out forms by hand, which I can't do. I already spend the majority of my free time filling orders, I literally have zero time for development right now. The beauty of the postage box I chose, is what you mentioned, I can stick about 10 in there and the cost stays exactly the same whereas another method will rise with weight. All this being said, I have found another option which is first class, it will be $3-5. I couldn't explore this previously because of all the work I had to do by hand, however, I found a module for the e-commerce store I use (lemonstand), called shipstation. They support batch printing first class labels, I expect to have this on the store within a couple weeks. However, shipping times will probably be 8 weeks and it's not ideal. As you mentioned in your mail, distribution will be the best method for customers. Thanks for posting this.
  3. Hey Amnesiac - I actually don't use the traditional method, so unfortunately any database we build in the flirc community wont be consistent with anyone else's. That's not because I wanted to be proprietary, and a jerk, it's because I came up with a way to ignore protocols and compress the long datastream. Which is also why you can store buttons on the device, and it doesn't require a large memory chip. Does that make sense?
  4. Hey, I'm so sorry for my delay. The windows key is a modifier key. I never imagined on anyone wanting to hit modifier keys by themselves. If you want to do this, you can do this with the commandline. In windows, the commandline is located in the Flirc installation directory. You'll have to open up the commandline utility. Here is the command that you want: flirc record_api 8 0
  5. Awesome, so glad you are up and running.
  6. Have you tried the beta 6 firmware? That should allow you to link only one button with waking up. People have had success with either v1.0 or v6 beta for this sleep issue. Thanks
  7. awesome, glad you are up and running, keep us posted
  8. I've realized I've become one of those dreaded developers that keeps promising and doesn't deliver. I'm apologizing for dropping the ball. I've spent most of my time trying to get in more inventory and better the process at which orders get managed, fulfilled, and units are tested. I spend 90% of my free time in stupid logistics right now, not giving me any time for development. We have done work, but not nearly at an acceptable level. I'm going to be getting back to this, please give me about 3-4 weeks. Again, I'm so sorry guys. As much help as I get from the other people involved, it really is just only me.
  9. Hey David You tried the latest v6 release? http://forum.flirc.tv/index.php?/forum/32-wake-up-command/ Are these two different systems running the same hardware? Are they running the same version of the OS? Can you try taking the 'working' one and using it in the other system to see if the problem follows the device, or the system? Thanks David.
  10. Here is another one: http://www.xbmcnerds.com/index.php?page=Thread&threadID=11651&pageNo=1 Translation: http://translate.google.com/translate?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.xbmcnerds.com%2Findex.php%3Fpage%3DThread%26threadID%3D11651%26pageNo%3D1&hl=en&langpair=auto|en&tbb=1&ie=UTF-8
  11. Yes, this hasn't been easy, and I'm not happy with what I have. I'm currently re-writing a bunch of firmware so this is possible without breaking something else. Once that's done, this is first on the list to get fixed. I'm really sorry for this guys. Could you follow up with me by email?
  12. Did anything happen before this? Did you move it to another computer? Thanks, not to worry, I'll get you up and running again. Sincerely, Jason
  13. This is on my list of things to do, it's going to require a bit of a firmware overhaul, but I want to fix this scrolling. I understand what you are saying, and I agree, I'm not happy with the current implementation as it's a general purpose model that may not be that great for every remote.
  14. I agree with Chris, could you also try re-uploading to the latest stable firmware 1.0? Download
  15. This was just posted at today: First Page: http://www.todohtpc.com/dispositivos-de-entrada/flirc.html Conclusions Page: http://www.todohtpc.com/dispositivos-de-entrada/flirc/pagina-4.html Small Config Video: http://blip.tv/play/gplEgvfUXAI.html?p=1 You can get a google translation by going to the following link: http://translate.google.com/translate?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.todohtpc.com%2Fdispositivos-de-entrada%2Fflirc.html&hl=en&langpair=auto|en&tbb=1&ie=UTF-8
  16. Yeah, we're going to fix that. GUI development has been a bit slow, but we're definitely working on it. We're working out a way to highlight the buttons when you press keys to help show if you've programmed them, but here is what is done so far: * tooltips on mouseover * 'go' button will only be visible on minimalist * Go back/home buttons fixed * removed outline for eject key We'll definitely have more in the next release. It's not a lot, but
  17. If this is a universal remote, how about setting another device's number pads to do this feature? That way, you can get the best of both and have the option of switching between them?
  18. Yes in the cli there is a setting called Internet delay. It's not official yet as it isn't brought out to the GUI. But you can play with that. Fire open a terminal and type flirc (lowercase). You'll see a menu. Remember, after each time you change the setting, you have to unplug,plug your flirc as I don't update this until the device is rebooted. I plan on making a new algorithm to help with this. Let me know if that helps at all.
  19. I honestly haven't gone through the setup. I've opened the application with success, but haven't done much with it. Windows media center wont detect flirc, it's just a keyboard. Assuming you can get passed that window (which it sounds like it is 'stuck' on), then flirc should just work if you paired it already. I might be missing the question, I'm sure someone with more experience with Windows Media Center will chime in.
  20. @ Drew - Not sure I understand what the problem is. You have a remote+dongle (other than flirc), which isn't working with your setup?
  21. You guys represent the reasons that made me do this. I owe you both the thanks.
  22. Just another one was published by Tom Nardi, just an exceptionally nice and kind hearted person: http://www.thepowerbase.com/2012/05/control-your-world-flirc-review/
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