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Old 12-30-2009, 11:44 AM
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Is there an anti-repeat dealay for USB-UIRT?

Is there any way to set an anti-repeat delay in Sage when using the USB-UIRT as a remote receiver?

I am trying to use a Hauppauge 45-button remote with the USB-UIRT to navigate inside Sage, but I have run into two problems:

1.) When I teach the commands in Sage, I find that every button on the remote can generate at least 2 unique remote codes - so must teach each button multiple times.

2.) Sage seems at times to be overly responsive to button presses, so even though I press and release the remote button pretty quickly, Sage often behaves as if I pressed the button twice. I see other applications have an anti-repeat delay setting, so if you hold a button down on the remote, it doesn't get repeated unless you hold it down for a certain amount of time.

Item 2 has me stumped...
Server: Ryzen 2400G with integrated graphics, ASRock X470 Taichi Motherboard, HDMI output to Vizio 1080p LCD, Win10-64Bit (Professional), 16GB RAM
Capture Devices (7 tuners): Colossus (x1), HDHR Prime (x2)
,USBUIRT (multi-zone)
Comcast/Xfinity X1 Cable
Primary Client: Server Other Clients: (1) HD200, (1) HD300
Retired Equipment: MediaMVP, PVR150 (x2), PVR150MCE,
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Old 01-04-2010, 07:39 PM
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I have exactly the same problem since I started using the USB-UIRT. I'd love to see a solution (other than "fast fingers" on the buttons).
HD300 extender with (2020 New Build) SageTV 64 bit V9.2.2.903 (service mode), Running on Windows 10 (64 bit), Intel Core i7-10700K CPU, 16G RAM, GIGABYTE Z490 UD motherboard. NVidia GTX1650 Super; Viewsonic LCD on one output and Mitsubishi WD57734 HDTV via DVI/HDMI on other output. HDHomeRun HDHR5-4US tuner, Hauppauge "Siena" 1512 HD-PVR2 connected to Cisco Cable modem from Spectrum, tuned with USB-UIRT.
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Old 01-05-2010, 06:18 AM
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not sure this addresses your issue, but i use my urc mx-800 to control sagemc via girder. girder has the ability to set an anti-repeat delay to prevent the kind issue you mention.
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Win 10, i5, ASUS Z97-A mb, 8Gb RAM, HDPVR, USB-UIRT, Girder, TWC STB
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