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  1. How do I go about starting from scratch? I want to make it to where I go into the GUI and program only the keyboard keys that I want Flirc to recognize and nothing else. For example, if I just wanted Flirc to recognize my remote's up, down, left, and right commands, and I map them to the up, down, left, and right of the full keyboard in the GUI, I would want to make sure that no other commands my remote sends are inadvertently mapped to anything else (i.e. menu on my remote isn't mapped to delete on the full keyboard). Is this possible? Just simply telling Flirc to ignore everything th
  2. Hmm. Nobody? Can anyone perhaps point me in a good direction to a place where I might could get some answers?
  3. After actaully reading the subheader for this forum, I realized that this is not a "How To" post, and was rather asking how to. I created a new post in the General Questions forum. Please feel free to delete this one.
  4. Simple question first: Is there any way to prevent all button presses except one from waking up the Shield TV? Another simple question: Is there any way to program Flirc to ignore all IR codes except those that you assign to the Full Keyboard (by choosing letters/numbers and blasting the codes from the remote)? My Environment: I have an HTPC that is running an old version of XBMC, and I control it with a Harmony 650 using an MCE IR dongle. For 4k and HDR stuff, I have been using my Shield TV with its terrible remote. Today was the day that I was going to finally hook up my Flirc
  5. Simple question first: Is there any way to prevent all button presses except one from waking up the Shield TV? My Environment: I have an HTPC that is running an old version of XBMC, and I control it with a Harmony 650 using a MCE IR dongle. For 4k and HDR stuff, I have been using my Shield TV with its terrible remote. Today was the day that I was going to finally hook up my Flirc to the Shield TV and have one remote to rule them all. I actually got everything working great, except for the wake up issue. When I am blasting Kodi commands to the HTPC, they wake up the Shield TV. I
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