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  1. If you are using harmony, you shouldn't need to repair anything. Can you post your configuration?
  2. You need to re-pair your remote. Can you go to file->device log. enable ir debugging, and press some keys after you recorded some?
  3. Also, save your configurations and post them here too.
  4. I have done so much testing and my changes were very minimal with the gen2 device, I'm baffled. Can you guys go to flie->devicelog. Try and record some buttons, enable IR debugging, and then save and post the log here.
  5. I don’t think the downgrade will help, but we can try it. Can you show me the device manager. There are two interfaces, interface 0 and interface 1. You do not want interface0 to be assigned by ZADIG. You want to remove that so that windows installs the default HID driver.
  6. Hi @Adri, we’ll fix it. What version are you using? The plastic version, or the metal gen2 device?
  7. I've published the update. This should support both gen1, gen2 devices, and you'll need to relearn the buttons that don't work. feel free to follow-up here with issues. I've done a lot of testing and regression testing, but it's not impossible I missed something.
  8. I've re-written all my IR stack, and I'm going to post an update in the next few weeks. I'll try and grab one of these remotes to ensure everything works correctly.
  9. Awesome, thanks for the feedback, I have some quick updates to gen1 too, so buys customers some more time with that if needed. Does the nextflix button work? Mine doesn't work, and I don't know if it's because it's a gen1 shield, or because my netflix app is broken on my shield.
  10. All buttons should be able to be done with the new gen2 controller on the new GUI. For harmony remotes, you shouldn’t need to learn any buttons. I updated the built in firmware so that flirc sends the right mappings when it receives the harmony/shield buttons. The only thing with the harmony profile is that they don’t have enough buttons.
  11. Ian, I just realized two things. 1. You are still using the old flirc. Send me a PM. While I plan on updating that firmware to get this supported, I really don’t want to debug this now. I’ll just send you a new one. 2. You need to be using the Controllers->Nvidia Gen2 screen to learn the buttons
  12. Perfect, thanks for letting me know.
  13. Can you give this a shot: For windows, copy the Program Files (x86)\Flirc directory to your desktop and replace the contents of the folder on your desktop with the zip attached. You can grab 7zip to unzip that. You'll also need to re-learn these buttons. Linux: https://flirc.io/nightly/Flirc%20GUI/linux/Flirc-3.24.3-12-g024d529.tar.gz Mac: https://flirc.io/nightly/Flirc%20GUI/mac/Flirc-3.24.3-12-g024d529.dmg Windows: https://flirc.io/nightly/Flirc%20GUI/win/Flirc-3.24.3-12-g024d529.tar.gz Please let me know how that goes.
  14. Can you give this a shot: For windows, copy the Program Files (x86)\Flirc directory to your desktop and replace the contents of the folder on your desktop with the zip attached. You can grab 7zip to unzip that. You'll also need to re-learn these buttons. Linux: https://flirc.io/nightly/Flirc%20GUI/linux/Flirc-3.24.3-12-g024d529.tar.gz Mac: https://flirc.io/nightly/Flirc%20GUI/mac/Flirc-3.24.3-12-g024d529.dmg Windows: https://flirc.io/nightly/Flirc%20GUI/win/Flirc-3.24.3-12-g024d529.tar.gz Please let me know how that goes.
  15. Let me try and reproduce this tomorrow.
  16. I'll make this easier in the future. Go to Program Files x86\Flirc and copy that directory to your desktop. Don't move it. Then drop the contents of the zip in there and run it from the desktop for now.
  17. Re-download the original file again. It's supposed to be a .tar.gz file. Open the original file again with 7zip.
  18. Sorry, let me try to clarify. Your assessment isn't correct, but that's because I might not have been clear. Think of it this way. Flirc is a language translator. Each computer is listening to flirc. Both flircs can say 'space bar'. Each computer can understand and respond to this when flirc says 'spacebar' However, they don't both always respond at the same time. You can then teach one flirc to learn spanish, and one flirc to learn french. They will both translate and repeat the word 'spacebar' when they hear it in their corresponding language that they understand. If you take your remote, and say the instruction in french, one flirc will say spacebar to the computer connected, but the other one wont, because it only speaks spanish. Now take the languages we identified as spanish and french. When logitech speaks spanish / french, it's actually speaking a unique infrared protocol. There are thousands, and they don't conflict. That's how you can control multiple devices in the same room, with a single remote. The remote is speaking each unique language that only the specific device understands. So now you've added the profile: Flirc, NVIDIA to your harmony. All flircs understand the NVIDIA profile. On the one you don't want to respond to that, go to File->Adavnced, and disable the built in NVIDIA profile. Add another 'language', or protocol to your harmony for that second flirc that the first one doesn't understand. Choose an ambiguous device that doesn't exist in your living room. Like a panasonic TV. After adding it to your harmony, rename it to, Gaming PC, or Movie Machine, or whatever it is it's connected too. Then pair that new profile with this flirc. You can pair any signal that remote sends out with spacebar, and the other one wont also send that to the machine, because you never paired that protocol. Let me know if that's a little more clear.
  19. Can you format your config and leave it formatted, then go to file->advanced, and disable all but the kodi? I see multiple space bars recorded, which means that you probably recorded a spurious signal and it paired with spacebar. I'm also unsure about why you need any keys recorded at all? The profile is pre-loaded in flirc, and you no longer need to record anything if you are using flirc + the logitech profile.
  20. So it's a bit crude, and I'm sorry for this. So the first thing you do, is record the first key normally. For example, if I want to send a number of keyboard strokes with a single button press on my remote, like, 'up' 'up' 'enter'. This is what you do: Open up my GUI, select the remote button you'd like to pair. Head to the keyboard controller, and record the up arrow. The go to file->advanced. Change to macro recording. Go back to the Keyboard. Record up again on the same remote button. Then record enter again on the same remote button. Change the record mode back to normal (should you need to record more). Now, when you hit this button on your remote, flirc will send up, up, and enter.
  21. @Ian Flirc It's just a zip format. Download 7zip which should be able to add support for that. You can unzip and run it. I haven't sold the gen1 in a couple years, are you sure you have one of those? Is it the plastic version?
  22. Definitely. Just use a different remote profile from your harmony and pair it with flirc. As long as the signals from the harmony are different, only the flirc paired with those signals will respond.
  23. Save your log file here, and I'll explain it, and show you how to send it out.
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