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  1. a number of remotes (including mine) behave this way. the reasons for this and the solution are in this thread... rich
  2. curently we can erase the IR codes one at a time, given that with certain remotes we have to program each button twice it'd be nice to click erase and then click a key on the virtual keyboad and have that erase all IR code associated with it. so if you had a problem with the behaviour with the up arrow, for example, you could click erase, then the up arrow on the virtual keyboard and every IR code associated with it would be deleted so you could just remap that key again without it undoing anything else. i guess its more of an issue for those with things like the xbox remote which need ea
  3. the 'parent dir' and 'back' buttons in the flirc xbmc giu window both get mapped to backspace key. internally to xbmc, backspace is the default key for 'back' and 'parentdir' is classified as an 'action' that can be called/mapped but doesn't have a default key assigned to it so it kinda doesn't make sense for it to have a button in the flirc gui, especially if it gets mapped to backspace which is already covered by 'back'. for consistancy the parentdir button in the gui should be removed. rich
  4. hmmm, looking at this a bit more closely, the 'parent dir' and 'back' buttons in the flirc xbmc giu window both get mapped to backspace key. internally to xbmc, backspace is the default key for 'back' and 'parentdir' is an action that can be called/mapped but doesn't have a default key assigned to it so it kinda doesn't make sense for it to have a button in the flirc gui, especially if it gets mapped to backspace which is already covered by 'back'..if that makes sense rich
  5. 2nd time lucky...firefox crashed and ate my last reply been doing some more experiments. i 'erased' back a few times, i'm pretty sure it let me erase more then the 2 times i thought it was programmed but cant guarantee it, the erase process is quite slow so i may be guilty of not letting it finish properly before i tried to erase again. anyway, after that i had to reprogram the 2nd press of the numeric and direction keys again. i did a 'clear config' and started again and now its behaving perfectly!!!! i'm not sure i understand the difference between 'back' and 'parentdir' in the firlc xb
  6. i've been trying to get the new xbox 360 (rc6) remote to work with filrc and xbmc on a windows7 pc. initially i had the 'double key press' problem which i managed to work out myself before finding it on the forums, i correctly guessed it was that the remote was giving out slightly different codes on each key press but to me it wasn't immediately obvious that you could program multiple remote buttons to a single keyboard key. the xbox remote can be programmed to control the tv too however the volume +/- keys seem to give the same code when the remote is in tv mode or xbox mode so when i h
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