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MX-3000 Editor software available for download!
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Post 1 made on Saturday March 13, 2004 at 21:36
GregoriusM
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Thanks to a post from g.n. in the MX-3000 thread, we now know that the MX-3000 software is available for download!

Check it out and let us know what you think!

Download it by clicking here.

It is approximately a 32 mb download.

Greg
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Post 2 made on Sunday March 14, 2004 at 13:26
rudolpht
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There is already live update downloads "live" on the editor. Very encouraging.
OP | Post 3 made on Sunday March 14, 2004 at 15:09
GregoriusM
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You'll note that the User Manual is available under the HELP menu item in MX-3000 Editor.

It will launch Adobe Acrobat Reader.

You would be well-advised to read through the User Manual first.

Greg
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Post 4 made on Sunday March 14, 2004 at 15:50
rudolpht
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learned to read... thanks

This message was edited by rudolpht on 03/16/04 00:41.
Post 5 made on Sunday March 14, 2004 at 19:25
Ted Gatlin
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Greg -

It looks very interesting - do you have any experience with the iPronto? How would you compare the two - putting aside the problems that Philips has had and for the biggest part solved.

I have had an iPronto for appox 10 mos and have really enjoyed it. I was one of the fortunate ones and had very little problem.

Being the "gadget freek" that I am - the MX-3000 is very inviting from what I have seen in the editor.

Thanks for any insight you could give me.

Ted
Post 6 made on Sunday March 14, 2004 at 20:42
rudolpht
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.....

Good stuff.

Tim

This message was edited by rudolpht on 03/16/04 00:41.
Post 7 made on Monday March 15, 2004 at 12:45
cahc
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Where can I get a MX-3000? Thanks.
Post 8 made on Monday March 15, 2004 at 12:48
MikeSRC
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On 03/15/04 12:45, cahc said...
Where can I get a MX-3000? Thanks.

Nowhere yet, but soon . . .

Mike
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OP | Post 9 made on Monday March 15, 2004 at 13:45
GregoriusM
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Ted: I know very little about the iPronto, so I can't comment on the differences in the two.

Rudolpht: Take another look at my post just above your first post. Does it not say that the User Manual is in the HELP menu item in the Editor??? LOL

G. :-)
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Post 10 made on Tuesday March 16, 2004 at 00:42
rudolpht
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Thanks!!!
Post 11 made on Wednesday March 17, 2004 at 00:10
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On 03/14/04 15:09, GregoriusM said...
You'll note that the User Manual is available
under the HELP menu item in MX-3000 Editor.

It will launch Adobe Acrobat Reader.

You would be well-advised to read through the
User Manual first.

Greg

The MX-3000 Programming Manual and Owner's Manual are now on HTM's web site in the Technical Support section.

Nice little remote...

Greg
Post 12 made on Wednesday March 17, 2004 at 10:32
Darnitol
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I didn't read the manual before I started programming my MX 3000.

Oh wait... there wasn't a manual then!

;)
I'm a member of the Remote Central community, just like you! My comments here are my own, and in no way express the opinions, policies, or plans of Universal Remote Control, Inc.
Post 13 made on Thursday March 18, 2004 at 00:15
pmauro
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I am looking forward to playing with this software. I really want to create an activity based remote so I am evaluating the software from that perspective. I look forward to hearing what some of the more experienced programmers think of this software.

On to a question re discrete codes:

It appears that you can not import discrete codes. Am I reading this correctly? Page 21 of the manual:

Using the Universal Browser Window
you can import LEARNED IR codes from a .ccf file. You cannot import generated RC5, Database or generated NEC codes, only LEARNED codes.

So what if a discrete code is not available in the IR Database and you can not generate it from a remote? Are you out of luck?

pete
Post 14 made on Thursday March 18, 2004 at 00:32
egomaniac
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On 03/18/04 00:15, pmauro said...
Using the Universal Browser Window

you can import LEARNED IR codes from a .ccf file.
You cannot import generated RC5, Database or generated
NEC codes, only LEARNED codes.

So what if a discrete code is not available in
the IR Database and you can not generate it from
a remote? Are you out of luck?

pete

It seems to work fine. Codes entered via hex show up as learned codes and can be imported into the MX editor no problem.

Of course, without the physical remote around to test it, I can't be 100% sure that the imported codes actually work, but it certainly seems like they should.
Post 15 made on Thursday March 18, 2004 at 01:07
DJ Garcia
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The MX3000 jas no problem importing the wacky Sony IR codes from the TA-E9000ES preamp's bidirectional remote in a CCF. If it can do those, it can do anything :-).

DJ
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