stbluesrul wrote:Can you give an example of a command value in the system manager that is sent from CommandFusion that will in turn execute a command in intelliremote.
stbluesrul wrote:Ok, I can see that in the DEBUG file that commandfusion is making a connection with intelliremote. I just want to make sure that I have the system manager setup correctly to send the correct command.
System Name: Intelliremote or whatever name
IP address: IP of the server
Port: 8009 Port origin: 8009 (Doesn't really matter)
TCP radio button selected
Maintain constant connection - Checked
Heartbeat Rx: leave blank
Heartbeat Tx: leave blank
EOM: leave blank
Connection Join: 1 or another number
Startup Cmd: None
Command Properties: Intelliremote
Command Name: Play
Command Value: This should just be 22 correct?
stbluesrul wrote:I must be missing something here. I can see in the log file that commandfusion connects to intelliremote but I can't seem to get any command to execute.
stbluesrul wrote:Yes, that is what I am using.
On the button don't you also have to map to the command value made in the system manager?
stbluesrul wrote:Ok, I got it working now. I didn't realize that you made it that easy. All you do is add the server IP and port number to the control system under project properties.
mooseboots wrote:Perhaps "event" was the wrong term. What I meant to say is, can I create a custom Button in Intelliremote, or do I have to "map" it to some pre-existing button, like "MCE Radio"
I use my iPhone to control my Home theater's Zone 2 when I'm out on my deck - and can't see the screen. So, I don't think switching between profiles is the answer for me. Is there a way for me to have custom button names?
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