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  1. TheAstronaut

    One Remote press, continued repeating Flirc commands

    I'm having the same problem here now. Was using XBMC 13.2 and did not have the issue (or had it resolved there at least), but upgraded recently to Kodi 17.3 and the problem (re)occurred. I'm using a Harmony One remote set to emulate a Syabas PopcornHour C-200 device. Target computer is a Win 7 HomePremium laptop. Flirc firmware is 3.6. Noise-Canceller is turned off, Inter-Key delay is set to 2, built-in profiles are enabled, sequence modifiers are disabled. Let me know if there is any more information I can provide to assist with resolving the problem. my_flirc_config.fcfg
  2. TheAstronaut

    Feature Request: Flirc Remote

    Is that a subtle hint that there are things afoot?
  3. Recently bought two Flirc's and love the product. However, attempting to program a universal remote that has all its buttons mapped has left me thinking; what if there was a flirc remote? I would love to see a remote whose buttons were just mapped to normal remote codes, with no learning buttons or profiles or macro functions. Just one-to-one button mappings, with labels and a layout that makes sense for HTPC's, that you can map to whatever you need them mapped to on your flirc device. Anyone have any thoughts on this?
  4. TheAstronaut

    Xen Hypervisor + Windows 7 Guest + Virtualhere + FLIRC

    Just wanted to thank you for this post! You've given me some ideas of things that are possible on my own media server. I had no idea Xen was capable of passing a video card through to a guest OS. Do you know if it is possible to pass multiple video cards to different guest OS'es?
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