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Post 19 made on Monday February 17, 2014 at 20:39
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December 2013
On February 17, 2014 at 20:19, nealyboy said...
Don't get me wrong or misunderstand, I do appreciate the forum and all that's here. But frankly I don't see anything wrong in asking if the full file can be imported. Why wouldn't I want to save myself some time if there's a way to do it? If there isn't or you don't know a simple "no" or "I don't know" would suffice.

Thank you for trying the codes on your own. I'll continue to try and report back if I find anything, as others are also looking for them.

I think I missed that request at some point. That must have been your last post before this one.

I do not know of any other way other than manually. Someone would either have to import them into an accelerator driver, though likely someone might drop them into a .cml file which is far more useful globally. The second option would still leave you copy/pasting. It's not going to be all 255 codes. Obviously some are clearly discretes for sound,picture,inputs,power,volume, etc.

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