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01-10-2004, 11:25 PM
I'm into the 3rd hour of programming this remote and while I'm having a great time I want to finish up! Ha! This question is for those of you that can tell me how to program the FAV part for tv channels. I was trying to do a macro for ESPN which is my channel 25. Basically I'd like to hit the ESPN button and have my tv turn on and tune to 25. No luck so far but I don't really know what I'm doing either. can someone step me thru? Thanks
01-10-2004, 11:34 PM
You have to put a delay inbetween commands.If you have a 3 digit cablebox then program your macro like this
This will change the channel to 25 under ESPN.
You can make any button on the 10.1 a Macro.The software is easy to use if you know what your doing.If it kills youo,look for a Tweeter in your area.We have Installers that can program that remote for yeah.It will cost you 399.98 for programing.Worth every penny as we will give you several favorite channels.We do a full tricked out remote.One button macro for all sources you have including lights,drapes, or whatever else you wan to do in a Scene.the remote can control anything IR.
I personally like the 10.1.They did a good job with it.
01-11-2004, 12:44 AM
Mantis, I was able to get the macros going. I actually had my tv turning on and tuning the channel but thought that that would not be worth anything if my tube was already on. I programmed all 50 stations with macros and hit save, Bill Gates reached out and screwed me with an error code and all was lost! Starting over.
01-12-2004, 10:56 PM
One other question. How did you guys get to the advanced setting to change the power on screen display greeting? I'm using the 50 display to do all of my programming now and when I go to setup I get to music modes setup and it starts over again. In the manual it shows that the next option should be advanced. It's software version 1.04 Am I doing something wrong?
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