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Budwyzer last won the day on March 8 2014

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  1. It does. With your Flirc plugged in, and the app running, point your remote at the sensor and press a button that is already bound. The keyboard button, that the remote button is bound to, will light up on screen.
  2. Hey Jason, I get that you're probably busy designing a new SoC for Nintendo or something, but you did say you would add this into your next release. :D
  3. Marked it resolved instead of deleting. Never know when this may help someone else.
  4. I expect that power is a constant on both legs of the cable. There is no chip in that cable to do any switching, so the "both legs cannot work at the same time" comes into effect if you had two devices sending data to a single host.
  5. It's this one. Yes I was able to program it, up to the memory limit of the original Flirc device. Still looking forward to this function, as it solves everything. My sound comes from a surround sound unit, but I use a HTPC as my only media device. So, if I were to program the volume buttons on the Vizio remote as the volume control for the PC I would have nothing left uncontrolled. Other than power for the sound I suppose. haha
  6. WOOOOOOOOH!!!!!! How 'bout that 2016, HUH?!!? JASON, I'M BAAAAACK! Hey man, did this ever get implemented? I was taking a look around and things seemed to have died down around the time I got busy and couldn't logon like I was. Looks like I landed here just in time in 2015. Maybe now that I'm back, the crowd will follow me back in. =D
  7. Plex uses the spacebar for play/pause, so just get rid of Windows Media Center and you'll be happier. :P
  8. I'm pretty sure the Flirc software has a built-in profile for Harmony remotes. Try simply enabling this, while in the GUI, on a Windows or Mac PC, and see if everything just works from there.
  9. That add-on was written by a single person, nearly a year ago now. Gotham only just came out this year and officially release this month. I imagine there may be compatibility issues between the two. Also, it was written more for something like OpenElec where the user may not have a desktop with which to program the device, so the issue may be with Win8, or both.
  10. I gave you links to nearly everything that should be needed in order to you to figure this out. Please stop spamming new threads just to ask this same question over and over.
  11. http://www.xbmchub.com/forums/threads/9749-HOW-TO-GET-ANY-REMOTE-CONTROL-TO-FULLY-WORK-WiTH-YOUR-OUYA Ok. Here's a little walkthrough I found on editing the button info for the OUYA What I think you'll have to do here is open the text file that the OP talks about and either add in your button that you want from your remote to open the Home Menu, or replace the Y button with it. As far as what code the OUYA will read that button as.... I think that's what KeyTest is for. So, you'll have to bind the button you want, to the key you want "F3 you said works on your keyboard but does nothing on the Flirc, so use that), then press the button on the remote with KeyTest open. Sorry, it's such a pain, but this is the best I can find on it. Someone on there said this video helped them out as well.
  12. According to this the Y button changes XBMC to change from fullscreen to windowed, and back. If you use this, it gives way more button configs. How'd you get the Y button to put the OUYA to sleep? You might see on setting it up, thought I think it may be more specific to the apple tv remote.
  13. No idea about Windows 8. But if restarting it got it to recognize the Flirc, did you try restarting WIn7? You may want to reload the driver package that comes in the Flirc GUI program. I know when I didn't do that mine got all screwy also.
  14. Strange, that mode should definitely be sending out signals on those buttons. Could you use your phone's camera to watch the emitter and make sure it is sending out signals when you press the buttons? If it's sending out signals, your Flirc should definitely pick it up. Heck, it even picks up light bulbs and other sources by accident! :P
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