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Erase all IR codes associated with a given key.


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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 each button programming twice because you have to erase each button twice and things start to go horribly horribly wrong if you only erase one of the two IR codes.

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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 each button programming twice because you have to erase each button twice and things start to go horribly horribly wrong if you only erase one of the two IR codes.

rich

Will add this one for sure.

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