Re: perfect vdr remote?
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Am 26.07.2011 17:49, schrieb VDR User: > Those kind of remotes are cool but I wouldn't want one for daily use. > I prefer direct access to many options with one button press, not > going through menus on a remote screen. >From my experience, the keys I _really_ use, are: (1) Core keys: 0-9, Up/Dn/Left/Right, Menu/Ok/Exit, Color keys, Power, Vol+/- (2) Keys I often use: Timers, Recordings, EPG (3) Nice to have, but not essential: Info, Play/Pause/Stop/Rec/Ffwd/Fbwd (4) Rarely used: Mute, Ch+/-, Audio tracks, Subtitle tracks, Channel list I can use (1) and (2) and some of (3) completely blind. Having them on some kind of touch screen is not an option. And for the record, I'm using two remotes: - MD41169: Cheap but acceptable universal remote. Easy to replace if worn out. - Harmony 300: Very flexible, good price, no gimmicks, though only programmable via web site. Cheers, Udo _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list vdr@xxxxxxxxxxx http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr
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