bossanova808 Wrote:In the Harmony software/website just add a device ->Home Theatre PC->Microsoft->MCE Keyboard I am pretty sure is the way. It's not hard to find. That means you can then just map any harmony key to any keyboard key. Yes, you still need to program flirc too I imagine, but the idea is
Harmony -> key -> same key in flirc
It's just (potentially) a more direct and simple way to do things because the mapping is 1:1
Would be great if you can try it a I still won't have mine for a couple weeks I guess.
I did find it in the Harmony software, and realized that I in fact had already tried the MCE Keyboard.
but.. as I recall it, I did have some issues, with some keys not working, and alot of keys where not "pre-programmed" in the software, leaving a lot of manual work..
so I ended up skipping the MCE keyboard..
I will try to set it up though, although the 1:1 mapping would be impossible for me..
if you read some of my other comments, you will notice that I have edited almost all shortcuts in XBMC, so that they are identical with MCE,
and MCE used alot of "shift+p" "shift+ctrl+o" and so on shortcuts, which is not possible to do on the logitech. (you can make an "A" shortcut.. but not with a shift or CTRL too)
so the 1:1 will be almost impossible as I see it..
but I might oversee something..?
or not getting your point..?