Everything posted by Shinj1EVA
I don't remember having to do this, but went into the Harmony profile and re-assigned the keys. Still wasn't behaving properly, so I just went ahead and recorded all the keys: flirc_util version v1.3.6 [v1.3.6] Firmware: v3.6 [31893BB7] Settings: sleep detection: Enabled noise canceler: Disabled inter-key delay: 5 seq. modifiers: Disabled state: 3 builtin profiles: Disable Memory Info: keys recorded: 27 keys remaining: 142 memory used: 19% Recorded Keys: Index hash key ----- --------- --- 0 314FE3DA x 1 CBD72E1A backspace 2 30CD805A space 3 A0AB871A up 4 CB58A141 down 5 5DB54866 left 6 5DB5670D right 7 CB58A05A enter 8 B0FFA381 . 9 B0FFA29A , 10 ECEAB63B f 11 C55ACF8E r 12 1EDDA9CE i 13 AD0E248D c 14 3B27A0CE 1 15 41A41E01 2 16 3B23CB0E 3 17 41A02A81 4 18 43807E0 5 19 41A04841 6 20 2AD3854E 7 21 30D15701 8 22 30D1561A 9 23 3B27A1B5 0 24 41A0299A 5 25 5E37CA8D pageup 26 CB54CA9A pagedown
I've updated my Logitech Harmony to the latest Flirc Kodi device, and I've also upgraded to firmware 3.6. However, I've noticed a few things using logkeys Pressing the following keys: MENU - Nothing, expecting 'M' or 'C' STOP - <BackSp>, should be 'X' PLAY - <Enter>, should be 'P' or <SpaceBar> PAUSE - <E-a6>, should be <SpaceBar> FORWARD - <E-d0> SKIP FWD - <E-a6> REWIND - <E-a8> SEEK BACK - <E-a5> Ch/Pg UP - <E-a3> Ch/Pg DOWN - <E-a5> Anyway, point is, the keys don't seem to be issuing the proper command corresponding to Kodi. Any idea how to fix this? I tried manually remapping the keys, and that doesn't seem to help/work properly. It's also registering double-keypresses, maybe because I set the Inter-Key delay to 0.