With my USB-UIRT, when I press a button on my remote control the USB-UIRT appears very sensitive to the infrared pulses and it repeats each command between one to three times, depending on how gently I can manage to press the button. If I give the button a nice fat smoosh, it definitely ends up sending the command around three times.
Is there a way to add a delay between a series of IR commands sent directly to the MD (such as arrow key commands)? I know that this feature exists for other AV Devices (DVD Player, Television, Roku Box, etc), but what about commands sent *directly to the MD*?
I have looked at the device template for the USB-UIRT, as well as the Advanced menu in the web admin, and I see no way to configure this setting. I've also looked on the USB-UIRT forums and it appears that there is no way to directly configure the USB-UIRT to add a delay between commands. In every case, it is the software utilizing the USB-UIRT that is responsible for managing the number of command repeats (in this case the software is LinuxMCE). I have also followed the logs for my USB-UIRT while sending commands, and even though the log reports only one reception of the IR code, or sometimes zero receptions, the code is repeated rapidly to the MD.
Any ideas? I suppose if I need to add a feature myself, then so be it.