• Post the remotes you want to use with Unified Remote


    how about a keyboard for programmers including individual keys for underscore and backslash and quotation marks etc

  • Tell us about the IR devices you want to use: TVs, set-top boxes, game consoles, etc.


    Norcent JC429FC62UA

  • Ideas for colors, buttons, tab sizes, and all layout-related things


    I would like to use the slider control as part of a custom remote for controlling the level/volume on an audio mixer. The current implementation appears to have the following limitations:

    horizontal orientation only minimum value fixed at zero hard-coded '%' suffix on displayed value (progressvaluemax attribute seems to be broken (on raspberry pi server with windows phone and Android clients at least) and seems to be fixed at 100)

    It would be great if:

    it were possible to specify a vertical orientation (either by explicit layout attribute or inferred from the aspect ratio in the layout) so multiple sliders could be arranged side-by-side in a manner similar to sliders on an audio mixer for example it were possible to specify non-zero (and negative) minimum (default 0) and maximum values so could use the slider to control things such as audio level, eg, over the range -30 to +10 dB. Taking this further could possibly add the concept of a step size (default 1.0) so could adjust in steps of, say, 0.1 or 0.5, which might be useful for other applications. the default '%' value suffix could be overwritten with a custom string, eg, "dB" or null.

    Hopefully these enhancements would make a great tool even better.

    Thanks in advance.

  • New libraries or library features

    Alex Kane

    Adding it to Server Manager or close to checking if PC Is awake or lock etc..

    Adding it to Tasker condition allow to do something interesting.

    For example

    IF PC is unlock (or awake)
    Do this task etc etc.

  • Post here suggestions for screen, mouse, keyboard and other app improvements


    Thanks for your reply! This is very good information, because I didn’t know those apps before.
    I now did some tests with Tasker/ Autovoice and Unified Remote in my environment.

    Here are my results:

    I defined some test- tasks in Tasker that are triggering my UR Remote. General it works but.
    negative points:

    Google is searching keywords all the time in the internet. (Switching off by AutoVoice doesn’t work) the command is not send every time need to administer the remote tasks in Tasker & UR dependency of the correct interop of three apps (Tasker/ AutoVoice/ Unified Remote)

    So far, I must say the implementation of Google Now in the unified remote app itself is much more reliable than in Tasker. (For my purpose) In other words it works perfect for my needs.

    It would be really great to get UR listening without touching the device (mic button)!!

    I tried to realize this by using Tasker but it doesn’t work? Tasks:
    ur://intent/remote:franka.ICRIIKeys (my UR-Remote, that is working)
    ur://intent/device:listen (Unified Remote should go to listen?)

    I would really prefer to push a remote button like than to say “Hello Google” every time.
    Does everyone know if this is possible? Pressing a button on a blue tooth device would be also ok?

    Dear UR development Team – please implement the functionality to press the mic-button (listening)
    by a remote button like if not done already - than please let me know how to proceed …

    Thanks for any other help with this topic
    have a nice day

  • Suggestions for new features or improvements to the server


    Hm, yeah I can replicate, strange. Even triggering a batch file with UR that carries out the same command (start "" "C:\Program Files (x86)\Kodi\kodi.exe" on Windows) works fine, even though essentially you're doing the same thing with the Command remote.

    The workaround that works for me is to use the "launch" button on the Kodi remote:


    This connects successfully for me, allowing remote to work. Does this work for you?


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