Costum Remote is not appearing - what's wrong here?
when I add a custom remote like "Spotify Advanced 2" to my "Custom Remotes"-Folder it's working fine. But what I need is to install a Remote created by myself. I did exactly the same things like in the official tutorial but it just doesn't show up. Here are the codes:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<button text=„Rechts“ ontap="rechts1“ />
<button text=„Drucken“ ontap="drucken1“ />
<button text=„Programmwechsel“ ontap="programmwechsel1“ />
local kb = libs.keyboard;
-- Keyboard Library
[email protected] rechts
actions.rechts1 = function ()
[email protected] drucken
actions.drucken1 = function ()
kb.stroke(„cmd„, „alt„, „p“);
[email protected] programmwechsel
actions.programmwechsel1 = function ()
I'm editing the files with "Textedit" (the OSX editor). I want to controll my MacBook via the Unified-Remote-App on my Ipad.
By the way ... When I'm changing the "meta.prop"-file with my macbook of an already working remote, the changes work out fine. But if I'm changing for example the button-text in the layout-file of the same existing remote, this remote disappears on the unified-remote-app on my Ipad.
Does anybody know what I'm doing wrong here?
The only possible issue I can see is the quotation marks - are they double commas you've got surrounding the keys in your actions?
Forgive me if this is typical in the German language, its just that I noticed it wasn't consistent?
Here you have a combination of upper and lower quotations:
actions.drucken1 = function () kb.stroke(„cmd„, „alt„, „p“); end
Here it is the regular upper quotations:
actions.rechts1 = function () kb.stroke("rightarrow"); end
I know that if you have even the smallest syntax error in your remote.lua file, the remote will not show up in your remotes list. I'd need to correct the mistake, load an alternative remote, then reload my custom remote (that's the quickest way I've found to refresh the custom remote.)
Could this be possible?