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rafik24

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Lirc embedded transmit
« on: March 15, 2008, 08:28:35 pm »
 Hi All,

 i have seen the new feature lirc embedded transmitter when adding a default infrared receiver (lirc based).

 I could not find any info on this, please devs if you see this post could you please let us know how the embedded lirc transmit works.

 since the transmitter is lirc based it does not support pronto codes ( as far as i've read ), have lirc raw codes been added to lmce ?

 Regards,

Rafik

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Re: Lirc embedded transmit
« Reply #1 on: March 15, 2008, 09:59:13 pm »
Hi All,

 i have seen the new feature lirc embedded transmitter when adding a default infrared receiver (lirc based).

 I could not find any info on this, please devs if you see this post could you please let us know how the embedded lirc transmit works.

 since the transmitter is lirc based it does not support pronto codes ( as far as i've read ), have lirc raw codes been added to lmce ?

 Regards,

Rafik

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