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  1. Hi all, I finally got the solution for the strange behaviour described above: the devices stored in my Harmony remote (including the Flirc one) were not sending IR codes. The problem was in the way those devices were set up in the Harmony software. As you may read here: https://support.myharmony.com/en-es/control-devices-from-the-harmony-ultimate-remote-and-not-from-the-hub?&utm_source=harmony%20agent&utm_medium=forums%20-%20logi&utm_campaign=support%20article%20-%20s-a-2132 "By default, Harmony hub-based products send IR commands to your devices from the hub, and from both IR mini
  2. Thanks both Videonisse and yawor for your interest. Sorry I have not come here until today. I travel a lot on Monday to Friday, and I hardly ever have time on weekends to seat in front of the computer. OK. Here’s what I have found out (thanks both for the hints): I currently have 8 devices (TV, BD player, AV receiver, Xbox One…) set up in my Harmony profile. Al those 8 devices are used in different activities. Obviously, among those 8 devices there is the one named “Flirc Media Player” that I add following the instructions here: https://flirc.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/200712568-Logitech-Ha
  3. Sorry Videonisse, but I think I have not explained properly. The thing is that I am currently using a customized version of Kodi in which the keyboard.xml file has been modified. This means that only a few commands from the Flirc Media Player profile works out of the box (changing subtitles and audio is not possible because the keys used to perform those actions are not the ones stored in the Flirc presets). So, as far as I can see, I have 2 options now: 1) I can use the Flirc software to paired one letter of the Flirc's "Full Keyboard" preset to a button of my Harmony remote. That is, if in
  4. Hi all, I have just received my USB Flirc and I would like to edit some of the keys in the Kodi profile. So when I select one key of this profile (eg: "Toggle subtittles"), a message pop up saying <press the button to be paired with 'CC'>. So I press a button of my Harmony remote... and nothing happens. Flirc does not seem to recognize de commands coming from the Harmony remote. But if I take a standar RC197 remote, I can customize any key that I want... Am I missing something? Thanks all PS: sorry for my poor English
  5. Yawor, thank you very much for your answers. I have just bought one USB Flirc and I can´t wait to play with it!! Thanks a lot
  6. Hi all, I heard about Flirc in XBMC and Ubuntu forums and I love the idea behind this device. Congrats Jason!! Here the thing: I am very interested in Flirc but after reading all the product guides and searching in this forum I still have some doubts. First of all, let me tell you something about my HTPC: it has already an IRR sensor built in (this one: http://www.shop.perfecthometheater.com/Wesena-IR-receiver-IR-receiver.htm, but I am not really happy with it because it will NOT work with keyboards or devices that have an extended set of keys. I run Kodi under Ubuntu in this HTPC and my remot
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