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Coro

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  1. Thanks... Does "flirc_util.exe delete" delete ALL mappings? Or can you delete individual ones? Here is what I got in my mappings... Recorded Keys: Index hash key ----- --------- --- 0 F83CB14D suspend 1 5DB5494D F8 2 8F64E9D8 left_cmd+right_alt 0 3 72830799 vol_up 4 728306B2 vol_down 5 889C594E left_ctrl+left_alt Q 6 7E5F114E ' 7 F2A2A293 ' 8 434EC67D backspace 9 778821F1 backspace 10 BAA8F8A5 backspace 11 DF8AC2EE backspace 12 30D15701 8 13 37E22EBB left_ctrl V 14 86870438 left_ctrl+left_alt V 15 4C95354E suspend So there appears to be no reference to what "controller" the mappings have been set up on? Or does this not matter? I don't know why have multiple listings for both "suspend & "backspace"
  2. I have just changed from Windows 7 to Windows 10 and would like to be able to check what some of my commands are mapped to. I had quite a few custom ones that I used a dummy device on my Logitech remote to make work, but I didn't note down what I used at the time! I can't seem to find a way to delete a mapping either. I looked at the saved cfg file and saw it only contains about 20 characters?! Surely this doesn't contain all my numerous saved mappings? My problem is I want to remove the mapping to the wake/suspend key, as I have an issue where there is no video output after the PC wakes from sleep (driving me mad!). Easiest fix for now is not allow it to sleep at all. I can't remember if I mapped it to the sleep/wake key on the "Media Keys" remote or the "Full Keyboard" remote wake key. I thought I'll just clear mappings for both these keys but doesn't seem to be possible? Instead I remapped them both to something different, but a sleep signal is still being sent for some reason.
  3. Well that was simple! Thanks Jason :-) I had a quick look through the other GUI layouts but missed that button. I figured the WAKE button on the full keyboard layout might be the only one that Flirc actually listened for anyway, to wake the PC, after finding that mapping my Harmony Power Off to Ctrl+F12 wouldn't wake (although Ctrl+F12 on the actual keyboard did wake it). Can't believe I didn't come across this simple solution anywhere else amongst the many posts on this subject! Most of the other methods are far more complicated. Hopefully someone else finds this useful now.
  4. Setting up this wake/sleep thing has gotten me rather confused! I am running Kodi on Windows 7 64 and using a Logitech Harmony 650 remote. I couldn't seem to get the Harmony to make the computer sleep using Flirc and Windows alone. I used AutoHotKey to get this to work... setup the Harmony power off command to send Ctrl+F12 through Flirc which is the keyboard shortcut for the AHK sleep script. This worked well but wouldn't wake the computer. My Logitech wireless USB keyboard will wake the PC with any key or using the touchpad though. So I got the remote to wake by changing the mapping in Flirc of the Logitech power off command to the "WAKE" button of the onscreen keyboard. This wakes the computer from sleep, but does not work to make it sleep. I was going to try and make the wake signal that Flirc outputs activate AHK but I thought that signal is probably only output while sleeping .... "Now, whenever that previously paired button 'wake' has been pressed, a special wake up command will be sent to your machine only when your computer is sleeping." So I thought rather than having the Harmony setup for "I press the same button for on and off", I could change it to use 2 different buttons using the 2 different methods above. But, then Harmony asks me to teach the Power On signal from my Kodi remote, which of course doesn't exist. I am not sure this is the best solution though because I would like the PC to automatically sleep when not in use (ie when changing activities), but it looks like this only works with "I press the same button for on and off".... By the way, the first thing I tried was following the instructions at the start of this thread: http://forum.flirc.tv/index.php?/topic/1997-flirc-harmony-kodi-and-suspend/ That also worked for sleep but not waking. Is that all that was meant to happen? Does Kodi even need to be involved with sleeping? Can't Harmonly and Flirc just work directly with Windows? Or is that guide just for OpenElec? I installed WinSCP but couldn't get in, so after just copying the remote.xml file with explorer, wondered what the need for WinSCP was in the first first place??
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