On November 11, 2009 at 20:45, Kennafl said...
Lyndel, There you go, could Cisco be using Toggle bits. It really wouldn't make sense for numerical commands. I do not like TOADS, and I work around them if they are there. Elan Via Tools programming I mentioned is the "fix" to remedy the toggle bit flip.
My apologies. I misread your original response and mistook your on/off to be a reference to Discrete Codes (not codes with Toggle Bits).
However, may I point out that you are confusing the term TOADS with toggle bits?
TOADS is a term coined years ago by Dale Crawford that is specifically directed towards a device that has Toggle Only codes (such as Power Toggle but not discrete Power On/Power Off). Has nothing to do with on/off bits that are part of IR code data.
Here's a link to the definition of TOAD according to Daniel. :-)[Link: remotecentral.com]
Last edited by Lyndel McGee on November 12, 2009 08:00.