Its default file export is .drv and is encypted when opening it with notepad. I need this to be Pronto long Hex.
I am *hoping* that all I need to do is replace the 'x' with a '0' and the comma with a space?! and I will have my pronto code.
Before I go thru the painful process of doing this to test it, can anyone confirm or deny that this is the case, or is there an easier way?
FYI the Kramer FC-29 is the only leaner I have to hand that accepts the code given out by the mitsubishi remote, I believe that the UIRC unit will do it, but I would have to order one from the US and that will take time I don't have.
I have seen the codes in the Hex database but have not tried them yet, but they don't seem to have temp up/down which is vital for what I need it to do, so will have to figure out this anyway!