On March 19, 2008 at 21:30, ds53652 said...
Thnx Dave....just so I'm clear...the workaround would
be to create a press/hold macro (on the handheld) with
the MSC400 trigger as the command?
If so....how would you tell the handheld to repeat the
command (trigger) if held for longer than 1sec?
If (press time) >=1 Second
Trigger (channel up) ----------> How does it know
to repeat this?
Trigger (channel up)
I have created two smart macro versions of my directional RS-232 commands, the alternate version being the ramping one.
In the MX-900 editor, I select the 'Up' button and change the macro type from
'Normal' to 'Press-Hold'. I open the universal browser with my msc file, then drag the 'Up' macro trigger to the macro window for the up button in the 'Before' tab, then the 'Up repeat' trigger in the 'After' tab.
Hope this makes sense. I'm not sure what the setup would be in the other editors. The idea here is that you have the remote send different triggers depending on whether the button is tapped or held down.
Of course it's not exactly the same, because if ramping was working as it should, press and hold would send one command, pause a bit, then repeat the command. Here press and hold will not send the first command, it will just start repeating after the press time (which cannot be less than one second). But it does allow for navigation and repeat for directional buttons. I still hope they fix it fast though.