MACRO EDITOR (MacEd)
This procedure is used to create a sequence of commands that are launched with one key touch or
other event. Up to 132 macros can be created for the system, and each macro can contain up to 10
commands including other macros and delays. See Macro Editor - Flow Chart on page 75
1. MACRO ID –
2. MACRO NAME –
3. COMMAND NUM –
4. COMMAND TYPE –
a. Selected: Learned IR
i. LEARNED SRC –
b. Selected: Unassigned
c. Selected: Default
d. Selected: Macro:
i. MACRO -
ii. MACRO ID –
e. Selected: Delay
f. All Other Selections:
Number of Macro up to 132 including any previously named
Name of Macro (optional).
Number of Command up to 10.
Select the type of source command (e.g., CD, TV, etc.).
Choose Learned IR if the pre-programmed IR code library does
not support the source component.
Select the learned source bank to be assigned to the source
component. Procedure advances to KEY FUNCTION (step 6)
Selected command and subsequent commands are cleared.
Procedure advances to COMMAND NUM (step 3)
Default selects the same device type and device code previously
setup in BASIC SETUP. Procedure advances to KEY FUNCTION
A macro can "call" another macro if a sequence of more than 10
commands is needed.
Enter the macro ID number. Menu advances to COMMAND NUM
Enter a 1- to 60-second delay time to postpone delivery of the
next command in the macro. Procedure advances to COMMAND
NUM (step 3)
Procedure advances to DEVICE CODE (step 5)
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