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Re: Help choosing an in-wall component rack/shelf.
Ya_basta #344453 04/07/11 03:12 PM
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The discrete codes may already be in the Harmony database, you just need to change out the generic power for on and off. If not, there should be a way to enter hex codes for custom commands.


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Re: Help choosing an in-wall component rack/shelf.
ClubNeon #344455 04/07/11 03:24 PM
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I literally just read that, Chris. I went to load the software and realized that I hadn't reinstated it after formatting my HD.

Off to download it....

Thanks


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Re: Help choosing an in-wall component rack/shelf.
Ya_basta #344457 04/07/11 03:51 PM
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It's just a theory as to what's going on.

Though having the discrete codes is always nice, makes programming macros into the remote more robust, and less prone to getting things in an inverted state.


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Re: Help choosing an in-wall component rack/shelf.
Ya_basta #344458 04/07/11 03:51 PM
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Okay, I've looked in the drop down box where you can add a button to the remote for the receiver, but it only lists-

Power Off
Power Off(Zone 1)
Power On
Power On(Zone 1)

Am I looking in the right place?


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Re: Help choosing an in-wall component rack/shelf.
Ya_basta #344459 04/07/11 03:55 PM
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That seems right. Try adding a quick scratch button for both the Power Off and the Zone 1. See if either turn your receiver off. If one of them does you can further incorporate it into your programming. But no sense in doing all the work if they don't work alone.


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Re: Help choosing an in-wall component rack/shelf.
ClubNeon #344462 04/07/11 04:15 PM
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Alrighty then. I won't be able to tackle it for a bit because when I got my new TV and removed the old one from the remote software, it ended up deleting all the activities I set up. I haven't updated the remote so it still controls everything. I don't have everything hooked up yet, so I can't list what's connected where.

Thanks again.


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