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Hi, I have 2 Logitech Harmony remotes - a 650 and a 700. I use each to control several devices. My problem is using the Flirc dongle with my Raspberry Pi 2's running Kodi. In previous versions of the Flirc software for Windows, I used the XBMC (now Kodi) Controller and when I set up my remotes with the Harmony software, both Page Up and Page Down were mapped correctly and worked. Now they don't. I've tried both the Kodi and Windows Media Controllers from Flirc and cannot get Page Up/Page Down programmed on my remotes. I don't know how to "teach" my Harmony remotes these commands as I don't have Raspberry Pi remote to use. Does anyone have a link to an older version of the Flirc software for Windows? Maybe I can get it to work that way. Or, if anyone knows of another way to configure Flirc (and therefore my remotes) with these commands, please let me know. Your help would be greatly appreciated! Gracie
My little "quiet" cornerFirst thanks eskro for suggesting Flirc on XBMC forums and thanks to you for making such a little beautiful product. I've tried so many remote mini keyboards and IR receivers that I've given up on trying and settled for a full size wireless keyboard to control the XBMC. That is until I found out about Flirc and eskro's enthusiasm made me order one. So here it is my little retreat corner. XBMC box is a i3 530 CPU on some ASUS main board with 2GB ram and a 32G SSD running Xbmc Live in Linux. For audio and video I use a passively cooled Zotac GT210. Box is a standard and cheap mATX case with a silent Corsair PSU. The other bits include a Samsung 55" LCD, Denon AVR-1909 with Monitor Audio BR2-AV Speakers, Apple Airport Express for AirPlay, PS3, X360 and Wii. For lighting the room I used warm white LED strips controlled by a 3ch IR controller. All devices are hidden inside open back cupboards with absolutely no wires in sight. Everything is controlled with just 1 remote (thanks to Flirc :P), a Harmony 700. Here it is, ducktaped to the side of the case, until I'll find a more elegant solution. Thanks to remote wake-from-sleep, I don't need to open that door too much so it could be a while. And with season decorations.