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spoyser last won the day on November 19 2011

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  1. Mute should be mapped to F8 (using the full keyboard view)
  2. If not already, insert Flirc into USB of PC on which Flirc GUI software is installed Navigate to flirc installation directory, in Windows XP this is normally C:\Program Files\Flirc\ In there, there is another directory called cli change to this directory (cd cli) From this directory you can run the command line program flirc.exe You can check the flirc is recognised by entering flirc.exe version To change the sensitivity enter flirc.exe sensitivity 0 (as I said in previous post, 0 seems to work fine, you could try other values, 3 didn't work for me) If successful you will get a message about having to reprogram the device, TBH I'm not sure if that is actually necessary so try the remote first to see if it works, if it doesn't reprogram it via the GUI Alternatively, from the Run menu: "C:\Program Files\flirc\cli\flirc.exe" sensitivity 0 (make sure you put the quotes in the right places) HTH
  3. @00g I had exactly the same problem (also a Sony remote, probably not a coincidence) I can confirm that setting the sensitivity to 0 via the command line fixed the problem. A value of 3 doesn't work, I've not tried 1 or 2. I guess the down and left buttons work on very similar frequencies.
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