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New to CCP; How do I add a button to an existing device page?
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Post 1 made on Thursday December 29, 2016 at 19:01
Lurking Member
October 2011
I have an MX-980 remote and am using CCP to modify an existing .CCF file. I just want to add a button (ANTENNA) to an existing page (Master Bdrm) that will will execute a macro to access SOURCE on the TV and allow me to switch from normal satellite input to over-the-air antenna input.

I also have DISH (Hopper) and ROKU device support missing some buttons that are on their respective remotes - I want to add those buttons as pages to those devices and learn the commands from the original remote.

Using the PROGRAM sequence to do this was confusing to me since it starts out with the initial WATCH page and it wasn't obvious how to get to the appropriate device page to then drag a button icon to it and complete the macro programming.

Any help would be much appreciated.
Post 2 made on Friday December 30, 2016 at 23:04
Senior Member
June 2004
Just click on the corresponding hard button and hit the insert (Ins) key on your keyboard. After that, you can change the button images etc.

You can also copy & paste and existing button that already has the button images, then simply delete the programming and change the icon.

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