Howto map buttons with CEC and TV remote?

Discussion in 'other Input / Output interfaces' started by Peter2, November 9, 2014.

  1. Peter2
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    Hi all,
    I would like to add some actions to buttons of the TV remote in MePo.
    A few buttons have no function so I thought of mapping those buttons.
    I have this remote:
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    and would like to have the context menu - which is not available now - behind the 'info' button (currently, that button opens the info menu of the TV).
    Is this possible?
    TIA


     
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    Happy CEC-remote user here as well.

    Have same questions/Request:) - Mapping unused remote buttons remote Mepo/keyboard functions.

    It could be cool to have a "Learn" functionality in CEC-remote.
     
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