dihu Posted April 4, 2013 Report Share Posted April 4, 2013 Hi, I like to use an alphanumeric remote control (shipped with an old Archos 605) with Flirc but run into problems with keys like shift or alt. Flirc assumes that, for instance, CTRL-SHIFT-A is a single keystroke on the remote but this remote has separate keys for CTRL, SHIFT, ALT-L, ALT-R. In contrast to a standard keyboard pushing one of these keys sends a signal by its one. So CTRL-SHIFT-A becomes a sequence (!) of three keystrokes rather than a single one. In order to process this sequence correctly, Flirc would have to store the keystrokes of these buttons internally to change the coding of the next "regular" keystroke (i.e. the "A"). Is that possible? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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