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Post 8 made on Tuesday August 23, 2005 at 22:24
Anthony
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it is not that it cannot be done, it is just that a real relative timer will be annoying.

you could put 30min worth of delays and then the codes, but then while the macro is running you cannot do anything else with the remote, you can also stop the macro by pressing the same key again, but then you would need to turn it on again and it will be 30 min from that time

an other idea like the one I mentioned above is to create a page of timers
1:00, 1:30, 2:00, 2:30....... that are not set to any day, then if you want the timer to go off you just click on the correct button and then set it to the day (i.e Monday) that you want, it is not exactly 30 min, but it should be close enough
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