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December 7th, 2002, 06:06 PM
I've been searching remotecentral for discrete codes without much joy. I have found a pair of codes for my TV, but only one of them would import into the girder UIRT tool. (Same results as in my previous post.)
This works well as an ON code for my TV (Panasonic TX-29AD2)
This is what I get when I capture the on/off button from my remote
How do I go about creating or finding an OFF code? I've tried tweaking a few bits, but to no avail.
December 11th, 2002, 09:07 AM
I did that with girder as my TV does not have any discrete power on or off function codes.
Anyways here is one solution for your problem
create 2 mutigroups one called tv_on and the second called tv_off or whatever you want to name it then add 3 commands to each multigroup.
here is the tv_on multigroup
The first command will be a girder disable command and point it to the tv_on multigroup.
The next one will be a girder enable command and point it to the tv_off multigroup
The third command will be the actual tv on/off IR seguence that controls the power to your TV.
her is the tv_off multigroup
In the tv_off multigroup the first command will be a girder disable group and point it to the tv_off multigroup
the next command will be a girder enable group and point it to the tv_on multigroup
and the last command will be the actual tv on/off IR seguence that controls the power to your TV
Then to turn on your tv you will use tv_on and to turn off the tv use tv_off multigroup.
So basically we created a disrete power on and power off from a toggle
every time you execute the tv-on multigroup the tv_on will get disabled and will enable the tv_off group.
any future calls to the tv_on group will not be executed until you execute the tv_off command.
The tv_off command will disable itself and re enable the tv_on command.
I hope its not too confusing
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