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Yada

Member Since 1 Apr 2009
Offline Last Active 22 Jun 2022 18:40
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In Topic: Show latest commits on sf doesnt work under softwareupdate

26 July 2015 - 10:07

Works like a charm :) but i sugest to also change the text "Show latest commits on sourceforge" under the update software menu as it now polls Github.


In Topic: HDMI-CEC problems

1 December 2014 - 18:51

Yes it's cec command that's is sent. Not really a big issue normaly but now i have a new TV and a lot of tweaking in TV menus for best picture settings.

 

 

 

But if plugin have a disable setting then it should be disabled both ways. 

 

Actually i'm back to normal mode now, so this don't bother me anymore.

 

There have been more reports about the need to completely de-install the HDMI-CEC plugin to stop it from receiving commands from the telly and sending commands to the box. Simply disabling the plugin doesn't seem to stop it completely from working.

 

But you reported this so there is obviously a problem for other users, thats why i'm still here nagging about this to try to help out.


In Topic: HDMI-CEC problems

1 December 2014 - 17:16

If your TV wants controll your STB, then disable it on TV. On my Philips it is "Easy link -> Remote controller Easy link -> Disable/Enable

 

 

 

TV is a new Sony. And it's quite logical that a TV automatically tries to connect with HDMI-CEC when stb talks HDMI-CEC compatible messages?

Not when HDM_control of the TV has been set to off.

Sony: Home --> Settings --> HDMI-settings --> HDMI-control --> Off

 

 

Others as me probably have other connected devices (arc to amp, dvd etc...) so this is not an option. I'm surprised this is even suggested.

 

Perhaps a other solution if plugin can't be disabled as stated is to "future abort" requests instead of ignore messages. Theoretical this should work but i haven't read the protocol in ages so can't remember now if this approach is doable. ims you seem quite up to date with the cec protocol, what do you think of this?


In Topic: HDMI-CEC problems

30 November 2014 - 21:46

TV is a new Sony. And it's quite logical that a TV automatically tries to connect with HDMI-CEC when stb talks HDMI-CEC compatible messages?

 

eHdmiCEC: send message 84 20 00 03

If i read this right actually message is 0F:84:20:00:03 and it translates to -> Broadcast from TV to everyone that there is a tuner on HDMI input 2.

So of curse TV should try to command stb with TV-remote when HDMI input 2 is selected.

 

Then the setting "disable HDMI-CEC" is not really true the way it is designed now, then remove the setting option as it's not works correctly. And re add it later when a fix has been found?


In Topic: HDMI-CEC problems

30 November 2014 - 15:19

Just to be clear, disable communication booth ways. Then it's really disabled.