• posted in App by Peter Švihra

  • You can chain the repeats up in the @irsend pronto code like this....... (3 repeats)...... the whole code including the 4 headers and the closing "2000" (in this case)... repeated 3 times....

    This was "learned" (first header 0000) and though there are slight differences in the repeated code it is likely that they should be identical (IR noise)......

    actions.vol_up = function () libs.server.run ("@irsend", "@irsend", "0000 0073 000d 0000 08FB 0295 022B 0297 047C 027A 022E 0294 022B 0297 047C 027D 0229 0297 0229 0297 047C 027D 0229 0297 0229 0297 022B 0294 022E 2000 0000 0073 000d 0000 08FB 0295 022B 0297 047C 027A 022E 0294 022B 0297 047C 027D 0229 0297 0229 0297 047C 027D 0229 0297 0229 0297 022B 0294 022E 2000 0000 0073 000d 0000 08FB 0295 022B 0297 047C 027A 022E 0294 022B 0297 047C 027D 0229 0297 0229 0297 047C 027D 0229 0297 0229 0297 022B 0294 022E 2000" ); end

    David.

  • Unified Remote does support iTach Global Cache devices and I have achieved limited success in integrating Unified Remote (Custom IR Remote) with iTach Global Cache devices.

    But, you need to know that iTach GC devices are using the IR codes in iTach Global Format whereas Unified Remote is using the IR codes in Pronto Hex format. Both these formats are internationally accepted IR formats, but, you will need to convert the formats to Pronto Hex - otherwise they will not work with Unified Remote. When you use the iTach GC Hardware device learning functionality, their devices will capture the remote codes (from your IR Physical Remote) in the iTach Global Format and you must convert this format to Pronto Hex format for Unified Remote to work successfully. UNIFIED REMOTE WILL ONLY WORK WITH PRONTO HEX FORMAT

  • No......


  • posted in Media by ricky brockman

    You would be replacing the files on your PC, found at C:\ProgramData\Unified Remote\Remotes\Bundled\Unified\Main\VLC.


  • posted in Media by Ле Зо

    Yes. But it still let's me download it.


  • posted in Projects by nathan323

  • Same here.Using a Pixel 1 phone. Nothing useful in the server logs. Phone client just says "bluetooth connection problem. Retrying..."


  • posted in General by mlucas

    Gone............................
    ....... no, they are there behind the scenes building updates that break everything.
    I suggest someone sets up a repository for older apps and servers so that visitors to this forum can at least keep their remotes running when they have been broken by updates.
    I can contribute quite a few, going back a few years, for Windows, Android and the RPI.
    David.

  • Ah I just spotted the problem - the log showed that it wasn't loading my remote due to a syntax error - I needed to double-up the backslash characters (and remove the excess double quotes in the 2nd command definition)

  • I seem to have a problem with the the surrounding lines - if I have just the text lines, they show up fine, but with the image buttons around them, they disappear. Can you play around with say deleting just the scaling, changing the image, see if you find anything consistent there?


  • posted in Q&A by firewater

    I imagine that "ontap" in the app waits for another tap when held down..... maybe with a timed interrupt.
    Can you give the button an "ontap" function and an "onhold" function as well?
    If you can you could try to make a loop.... keystroke-delay-returntokeystroke..... function for "onhold". Maybe you would not need the delay as the os would take care of the repeat interval.
    David.


  • posted in Q&A by firewater

    Yes, and I do apologise.
    I am going to have to stop trying to help.
    It seems UR have deprecated the task library.
    I stopped updating either the app or the server a couple of years ago as UR kept breaking my remotes.
    The main reason was that they switched IR format from "pronto" format for network IR devices to local app format for specific device blasters.
    It seems they also deprecated other sever libraries..... and of course I never noticed.
    I really do not understand why they would do that..... but it is within their power.....!
    David.


  • posted in Remotes by David Winter


  • posted in Layout by firewater

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