"Fast run through step button (down)" on Harmony 785 does not work on Apple TV.

Discussion in 'Apple TV and Home Theater' started by stofferdk, Jul 24, 2007.

  1. stofferdk macrumors regular

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    #1
    Hi there,

    Please - before you post about to many threads about this, please keep in mind, that despite the fact I have tried several guides, including mobys etc etc etc, and spent countless hours meself - I fail to add this last feature - and a crucial one.

    I can get my harmony remote to step up and down, however - I cant get it to run through the lists by holding the button down. Can anyone clarify how I can make this work?

    Now that we are at it, I confess that I diddnt succeed in making the activity shut down apple tv after turning it on - it simply tells the Apple TV to "pause" as in 1 click.

    Thank you!!!
     
  2. OldSkoolNJ macrumors 6502

    OldSkoolNJ

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    I dont know what your talking about as far as all the guides (you shouldnt need them now) . I do know Logitech actually added the AppleTV to their library so you dont have to do any customizing now. It just programs itself. I have two Harmony 880s and they both work fine with the Apple TV.

    Kevin
     
  3. gr8tfly macrumors 603

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    I'm still using my Apple Remote setup [for the :apple:tv], and it will trigger the "fast scrolling" mode after a short delay. Somewhere in advanced setup, there is a way to adjust the repeat rate.

    I imagine, though, the :apple:tv device in the Logitech library would have that setup correctly and it's worth trying.

    Harmony 550, btw.
     
  4. xavierkiyoko macrumors newbie

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    Hey i had to same problem.. my brother broke my harmony remote and i had to go out and repurchase one.. and it is doing the same thing for the down arrow... i was actually taking the remote back today cause i thought it was the remote but after reading this sounds like it just needs to be reprogrammed. i guess the person who originally programmed the down arrow didnt do a good job.. so what i will try tonight is try to have the remote relearn the down arrow. and then ill hit you back with my results. (adding this chore to my iCal right now)
     

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