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  1. Hello, I have a harmony one and a harmony elite remote. I have both programmed for my nvidia shield TV (gen 2) using the Flirc dongle. When scrolling through a list of movies (about 250) the down scroll is extremely slow. On my nvidia original remote it scrolls fast up and down. It only scrolls quickly using the flirc when I scroll up. Any suggestions? I've already tried reporgramming it from scratch (twice). I've updated the flirc dongle to the latest firmware and updated the flirc software.
  2. I wish I could remember but from reading my own post - I think the issue was that on the harmony - I changed the power on to add a step to be power toggle for the activity.
  3. I figured out what I was doing wrong. I reprogrammed the firc and set the power button to be powertoggle. Now my activities work great.
  4. Hello, I just got the firc and an nVidia Shield. I have the activity for watching the plex to have the Sony TV, Marantz prepro and the nVidia Game Console (nVidia Shield). I programmed the FLIRC for Shield 2 and updated the firmware. When start the activity, it starts all the devices and the buttons work fine. I have a power toggle in the screen part of my harmony that works if for any reason I wasn't aiming in the right direction when I started the activity. When I power the activity down, it does power off the TV and the Prepro but it doesn't put the shield in standby or power it off. If I go to the activity, Customize activity, at the bottom there are activity shutdown commands. I select it and try to add a step for the device nvidia game console (I can't add an action, just a command) but for command there are no power or standby options. Anyone know a way around this (short of power toggling it manually before shutting down the activity?)
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