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  1. Hi, Is there a possibility to program a "pause in time" when programming a macro, for example: programming a macro with "F10" then a "pause for a second or two" and then "F11" There are a limited set of commands that are available when programming with command line (long press and macros) (return, enter, escape, backspace, delete, tab, space, F[1-12], printscreen, scroll, pause, insert, home, pageup, pagedown, end, right, left, down, up, wake, media keys: eject, vol_up, vol_down, mute, play/pause, stop, fastforward, rewind) Will there be a possibility to program multiple commands with command line, for example "shift + F12" or "alt + F4" and will there be more programmable commands like "windows key" in the future? Best regards, //Peter
  2. Hi, I just want to reach out and tell that I have found an old Panasonic remote and when I reconfigured the buttons on my "oneforall remote URC 6810" with new ir-codes from my old Panasonic remote everything works correct. Again, thank you for your help. //Peter
  3. Great and thank you for this insight. I will most definitely try and change the setup on my remote to one of the suggested ones (LG, Samsung, Panasonic) and see how that goes. I´ll report back later with results, might take a couple of days before I have the time to do this properly. Again, thanx for the support //Peter
  4. Here it is. arcspin logfile 180731-2228.txt
  5. Hi, Yes, my mistake regarding keys and buttons. You are correct. I have tried programming a remote button as follows: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Flirc\flirc_util.exe" record F10 "C:\Program Files (x86)\Flirc\flirc_util.exe" record_macro F11 Sorry to say the F10 do work but there is no follow up with F11. However If I program a remote button as follows: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Flirc\flirc_util.exe" record F10 "C:\Program Files (x86)\Flirc\flirc_util.exe" record F11 The first button press triggers F10 and the second button press triggers F11. This is a workaround that will do for now and works per your description regarding that Flirc sees two separate signals. Thank you for the tip regarding several different devices that can be programmed into this one remote. I have to figure that out more in detail.
  6. Ok, So I use the first line of code with "record" and map that to remote key X. Then use the other line of code "record_macro" and map that to remote key Y
  7. Thank I will try that. I assume the code book codes can individualy be maped to separate keys. I do not want the entire remote to be locked to one specific brand. However some remote keys are in use for my regular AV equipment. For example projector on/off, Receiver volume up/down and so on. Ok, I do not really follow. I have to tie up two remote keys to get the macro to work? Is there a step by step tutorial, I have followed the Flirc manual and that resulted in me seeking help here.
  8. Hi, I use another remote to get some dummy ir codes to use that not will interfer with the rest of my equipment. Remote towards remote and than learning mode so to speak. I do not use MCE and I do not use Remotemaster. Ok, but the lines of codes that I use is correct? I will try some other ir-codes and read up on my remote use toggle.
  9. Hi, I'm in the process of making som sweet macros but I can't seem to get them to work as I want. This is what I try to do in the command line utility: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Flirc\flirc_util.exe" record F10 "C:\Program Files (x86)\Flirc\flirc_util.exe" record F11 I do get the: Successfully recorded button while doing this. These two are mapped to one key and when I press the remote key the first "F10" activates but not "F11". However when I press the same remote key again "F11" activates. Meaning that I have to press the same remote key twice to get this macro to work. What do I need to do to get this macro to work with only one remote key press? PS, I have setup Short press and Long press with good results: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Flirc\flirc_util.exe" record play/pause "C:\Program Files (x86)\Flirc\flirc_util.exe" record_lp stop Short press and long press works as advertised. Best regards and I'm happy to have found Flirc! //Peter
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