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  1. UPDATE: I found a solution that worked for me and thought I would post it for anyone who needs this solution. Eventghost and FLIRC Utilities would not work for me, or I could not get them to work. So I downloaded a program called AutoHotKey and modified a script to do SMS styled text from the remote. The script is in this post: http://www.autohotkey.com/board/topic/119547-simple-doubletriple-remap-question/ To use it simply: Download and install AutoHotkey Copy Script from linked post above (or in quotes below) Paste Script into new Notepad (text editor) Save with the extension .ahk Open new saved script I have also placed it in my startup folder so that it is always running on my htpc. Enjoy. 2:: if 2_presses > 0 ; SetTimer already started, so we log the keypress instead. { 2_presses += 1 return } ; Otherwise, this is the first press of a new series. Set count to 1 and start ; the timer: 2_presses = 1 SetTimer, Key2, 900 ; Wait for more presses within a 900 millisecond window. return Key2: SetTimer, Key2, off if 2_presses = 1 ; The key was pressed once. { SendInput {Numpad2} } else if 2_presses = 2 ; The key was pressed twice. { SendInput {a} } else if 2_presses = 3 { SendInput {b} } else if 2_presses > 3 { SendInput {c} } ; Regardless of which action above was triggered, reset the count to ; prepare for the next series of presses: 2_presses = 0 return 3:: if 3_presses > 0 ; SetTimer already started, so we log the keypress instead. { 3_presses += 1 return } ; Otherwise, this is the first press of a new series. Set count to 1 and start ; the timer: 3_presses = 1 SetTimer, Key3, 900 ; Wait for more presses within a 900 millisecond window. return Key3: SetTimer, Key3, off if 3_presses = 1 ; The key was pressed once. { SendInput {Numpad3} } else if 3_presses = 2 ; The key was pressed twice. { SendInput {d} } else if 3_presses = 3 { SendInput {e} } else if 3_presses > 3 { SendInput {f} } ; Regardless of which action above was triggered, reset the count to ; prepare for the next series of presses: 3_presses = 0 return 4:: if 4_presses > 0 ; SetTimer already started, so we log the keypress instead. { 4_presses += 1 return } ; Otherwise, this is the first press of a new series. Set count to 1 and start ; the timer: 4_presses = 1 SetTimer, Key4, 900 ; Wait for more presses within a 900 millisecond window return Key4: SetTimer, Key4, off if 4_presses = 1 ; The key was pressed once. { SendInput {Numpad4} } else if 4_presses = 2 ; The key was pressed twice. { SendInput {g} } else if 4_presses = 3 { SendInput {h} } else if 4_presses > 3 { SendInput {i} } ; Regardless of which action above was triggered, reset the count to ; prepare for the next series of presses: 4_presses = 0 return 5:: if 5_presses > 0 ; SetTimer already started, so we log the keypress instead. { 5_presses += 1 return } ; Otherwise, this is the first press of a new series. Set count to 1 and start ; the timer: 5_presses = 1 SetTimer, Key5, 900 ; Wait for more presses within a 900 millisecond window. return Key5: SetTimer, Key5, off if 5_presses = 1 ; The key was pressed once. { SendInput {Numpad5} } else if 5_presses = 2 ; The key was pressed twice. { SendInput {j} } else if 5_presses = 3 { SendInput {k} } else if 5_presses > 3 { SendInput {l} } ; Regardless of which action above was triggered, reset the count to ; prepare for the next series of presses: 5_presses = 0 return 6:: if 6_presses > 0 ; SetTimer already started, so we log the keypress instead. { 6_presses += 1 return } ; Otherwise, this is the first press of a new series. Set count to 1 and start ; the timer: 6_presses = 1 SetTimer, Key6, 900 ; Wait for more presses within a 900 millisecond window. return Key6: SetTimer, Key6, off if 6_presses = 1 ; The key was pressed once. { SendInput {Numpad6} } else if 6_presses = 2 ; The key was pressed twice. { SendInput {m} } else if 6_presses = 3 { SendInput {n} } else if 6_presses > 3 { SendInput {o} } ; Regardless of which action above was triggered, reset the count to ; prepare for the next series of presses: 6_presses = 0 return 7:: if 7_presses > 0 ; SetTimer already started, so we log the keypress instead. { 7_presses += 1 return } ; Otherwise, this is the first press of a new series. Set count to 1 and start ; the timer: 7_presses = 1 SetTimer, Key7, 900 ; Wait for more presses within a 900 millisecond window. return Key7: SetTimer, Key7, off if 7_presses = 1 ; The key was pressed once. { SendInput {Numpad7} } else if 7_presses = 2 ; The key was pressed twice. { SendInput {p} } else if 7_presses = 3 { SendInput {q} } else if 7_presses = 4 { SendInput {r} } else if 7_presses > { SendInput {s} } ; Regardless of which action above was triggered, reset the count to ; prepare for the next series of presses: 7_presses = 0 return 8:: if 8_presses > 0 ; SetTimer already started, so we log the keypress instead. { 8_presses += 1 return } ; Otherwise, this is the first press of a new series. Set count to 1 and start ; the timer: 8_presses = 1 SetTimer, Key8, 900 ; Wait for more presses within a 900 millisecond window. return Key8: SetTimer, Key8, off if 8_presses = 1 ; The key was pressed once. { SendInput {Numpad8} } else if 8_presses = 2 ; The key was pressed twice. { SendInput {t} } else if 8_presses = 3 { SendInput {u} } else if 8_presses > 3 { SendInput {v} } ; Regardless of which action above was triggered, reset the count to ; prepare for the next series of presses: 8_presses = 0 return 9:: if 9_presses > 0 ; SetTimer already started, so we log the keypress instead. { 9_presses += 1 return } ; Otherwise, this is the first press of a new series. Set count to 1 and start ; the timer: 9_presses = 1 SetTimer, Key9, 900 ; Wait for more presses within a 900 millisecond window. return Key9: SetTimer, Key9, off if 9_presses = 1 ; The key was pressed once. { SendInput {Numpad9} } else if 9_presses = 2 ; The key was pressed twice. { SendInput {w} } else if 9_presses = 3 { SendInput {x} } else if 9_presses = 4 { SendInput {y} } else if 9_presses > { SendInput {z} } ; Regardless of which action above was triggered, reset the count to ; prepare for the next series of presses: 9_presses = 0 return
  2. @yawor thanks for the clarification. Do you have any pointers on setting this up with Eventghost, looks like it should do what I want but I would like to avoid conflicts between the two programs. Thanks
  3. Does anyone know if the new 3.0 firmware supports Alpha Numeric Text?
  4. Thanks for the suggestion but I have a Harmony 650 and don't want two remotes. I already have the Windows 8 Controller App for my tablet if I need a full keyboard.
  5. Has anyone been able to have their FLIRC recognize numbers as letters on multiple presses? Similar to a phone/text pad. I tried the FLIRC utilities located here- ( ) But I am running Windows 8 and it did not work for me.
  6. Strange but I have run into an issue where it does not work from boot. If I boot or restart my computer, Windows 8.1 pro, Flirc doesn't seem to work. Once I open the GUI it works fine, also if I then close the GUI. It will still work from then on. Even if I sleep the computer and wake. But once I restart or turn off and back on I have to open the GUI one time to get it to be recognized. Do you have any suggestions for why this would be the case?
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