On May 24, 2007 at 08:50, estech said...
Flags are of no use if the power switch gets used. They
will be most effective if the RTI control is the only
way Power is switched.
Forgive my candor, estech, but your reply doesn't address or answer the problem by lites4u. The significance of discrete power-on/off codes is relevant if the Xbox-360 does not acknowledge/receive the command from the remote. In this case, even if you do use flags, then the flag status on the remote is invalid, and simply sending a power-toggle command to the Xbox-360 (and other components) might produce the opposite of the desired effect (everything off except for the Xbox-360, or everything else on instead..., etc).
How can something like the AVF-300 have the discrete on/off codes for the Xbox-360, but the RTI T2-C not?