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Thread: Learning ATI RW events

  1. #11
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    open girder, add command (i used toggle mute), then add event (i tried it both by detect active source, and by showing raw data, selecing generic x10 and then "learning" the command.

    i tried it your way (using the logger window) and that's a sinch and it worked fine, i finally got the remote to work w/o crashing girder, worked perfectly. but when doing it by the other means, it would crash.
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    I have found the bug and hopefully squached it. At the same time I gave the event editor a big overhaul. Hopefully it is now easier to use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron
    I have found the bug and hopefully squached it. At the same time I gave the event editor a big overhaul. Hopefully it is now easier to use.
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