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  1. I can confirm that v2.3 fixes this issue for me, thanks Jason!
  2. A minor correction; the two trained buttons, e and delete, are using IR commands from the Harmony XBMC profile which isn't detected by the Flirc: BigStepBack and BigStepForward. Does that make any difference? It worked on earlier firmwares without problems.
  3. ./flirc_util version Flirc Version v1.2.0 [v1.2.0] 2.2 12-18-2013 [0x052EC67A] ./flirc_util settings Settings: sleep detection: Enabled noise canceler: Disabled inter-key delay: 6 state: 0 builtin profiles: Enable Memory Info: keys recorded: 2 keys remaining: 167 memory used: 1% Recorded Keys: hash key --------- --- 688F44A e E587F44A delete ./flirc_util dump 63 Reading: 0000 00 11 A6 80 05 4A F4 88 06 00 08 4A F4 87 E5 00 0010 4C FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF 0020 FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF 0030 FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF ./flirc_util status Last upgrade attempt: Error What about that last one?
  4. "Builtin Profiles" is ticked. I guess I could disable and enable it, but it's that it's not working, it does work after sending another command.
  5. Hi Upgraded to v2.2 (from some of the newer RCs on the forum), and now my Flirc doesn't respond to keypresses sent by my Harmony remote (with the Flirc XBMC profile) unless I first send a command which is taught in the Flirc (using some Samsung TV for additional commands since the XBMC profile is so limited). So, if I only send commands which are part of the builtin profile, it never works.
  6. You just need to find a remote which doesn't interfere with your other devices, it doesn't matter what it sends since you will configure that in Flirc (map whichever IR code it receives to a keypress that XBMC will pick up). Does that make sense?
  7. Does this still give you better performance, compared to using whichever Panasonic/Samsung TV profile? As long as there are enough discreet IR codes in the XBMC profile, this method is fine, but the config will still get a bit messy (for example mapping Zoom+ to the guide button to E which brings up the EPG). Would be easier to just have a full keyboard in the Harmony. But yes, I see your point, I'll probably do it this way in the meantime, thanks for the suggestion!
  8. I tried the native XBMC profile on my Logitech Harmony, and it worked beautifully(ish)! As far as I can see, most of the concerns (for example ) are still valid. Using XBMCs new PVR functionality adds on a couple of more missing keys. Wouldn't it be easier to just have a full keyboard profile, with as many keys as possible just generically named? This way, "power" users would be able to create a perfect setup directly in the Harmony tool, without needing modifications of keymap.xml or using multiple devices on the remote to get more buttons. What do you say Jason? Please let me know if there's anything I can do to help.
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