I started experiencing interesting behavior after I upgraded to firmware 1.3.6 on my macmini running Yosemite. I am using a Harmony 650 remote to control FLIRC to send key presses from a full keyboard config to a program called FastScripts (which makes it possible to hotkey-launch applescript files). The applescript files that get launched then send hotkeys to whatever program is forward (Plex or EyeTV). I can use the remote fine for a while to control either app, but if I stop using the remote for a few minutes and then go to start using it again that initial keypress will cause FastScripts to lockup for what seems to be about 30 seconds (which I figure is some sort of timeout). After that 30 second pause I can use the remote again normally for a while. I suspect that FLIRC is spamming the hotkey combination to FastScripts and it locks up for a duration of some type of timeout. I've tried looking in the Console application for related log entries, but I don't see anything obvious.
I've read my Harmony 650 had been working perfectly since I bought the FLIRC in mid-2014. This problem started right after I upgraded to firmware v1.3.6.
I have the device on the Harmony 650 set to "Panasonic TC-P65VT30". I have the "inter-key delay" on the remote set on 0.5 seconds and the "inter-key delay" in FLIRC set to any value between 0-6 and the problem still happens.
Any suggestions on how to debug and/or fix this issue?