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Post 6 made on Sunday April 4, 2004 at 04:19
Kees van der Meer
Long Time Member
December 2003
Barry, you're right ofcourse about the delay function. It's function is to cause a pause between commands. However, my experience is that if you use it for only one specific function such as "on/off" it works as an contuining press.
I haven't tested it with more than one command.

I've had the same problem with my Epson beamer: one (short) press was insufficient to respond the on/off. Then I added a delay of 1 sec. and it respond.
There is one other thing that could make the difference: as Betatester I work with a newer version of iPronto edit (2.3.2) and firmware (1.6.21) that Philips yet hasn't released for all iPronto owners.

You could try out something else:
Make a button on a separate page, add a delay (5 sec or so). Then link this button to the button which contains the macro commands.
Put the same (learned) command several times after each other in your button macro.
Maybe that will work?


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