Try calling it "boot". There is an error in the wiki:If you can also test that a macro called root is indeed executed on start it would be great
Selecting Record a New Macro will display a Name Box and some delay keys to create a pause in the sequence
- record a sequence of key strokes, to be replayed with a single 'click'
- A Macro named root will automatically be run when the Humax is taken out of standby
- Macro sequences are stored here :- /mod/etc/webif.db, macros can be transferred to another unit by copying this file
Obvious really, but I didn't spot itIf you create macro called boot then it will be played upon boot. I added it but have never really done any experimentation (nor apparently announced it as available).
prepending a 0 to the channel shortcut macros should be safe and would also bring the humax out of standby if neededWhen it comes to it, it's not safe to inject button presses at any time - there might be some actions in progress. I don't think that objection is valid. What's wrong with EXIT? "0" might do, presuming there are no four-digit services.
It was referenced in this thread.Keyboard keys are mapped to virtual remote button presses (when did that happen? If it was announced I don't remember it
The bug has been fixed in the latest beta ir release.Therefore, macro recording is broken with no work-around.
This is multiple key entries in ir3.map rather than the macro recorder
- Using the LG remote (since it doesn't cause repeats) I only see the first key of a macro sequence is executed, I have in my ir3.map
- Pressing Yellow switches to channel 3 instead of 33
- Pressing Green switches to 1 and not 13
MACRO Real IR code: 0x00000000 0xfa051000 (1a) [foreign=0] MACRO Real IR code: 0x00000000 0xfc031000 (1d) [foreign=0]
- Using the Humax remote the macro is invoked for the initial button press and all of the repeat flagged entries which causes an immediate crash and automatic restart