|OP | Post 16 made on Tuesday October 3, 2006 at 17:26|
Not a bad idea. If I can't find it on my home computer, I might just do that. I need to talk to Mike anyway about the RFX-250 and MRF-350.
|OP | Post 17 made on Wednesday October 4, 2006 at 08:16|
I found a copy of the software on one of my old archives and installed it. This was the first time that I've messed with variables and I think they're quite powerful. I did come across something that I couldn't quite figure out though.
Can you do advanced if/then type of logic with more than 1 variable? For example, I have 4 variables, of which only 1 is ever set to "1" at any time. I'd like to be able to press a button, say "TV1" in figure D and have the remote jump to a particular page depending on which of the 4 variables is set to 1. Is that possible?
|Post 18 made on Wednesday October 4, 2006 at 14:55|
James Paul Hartbarger
Long Time Member
Yes, you can have "nested" if statements. For example:
Create a macro/button/function called "LEVEL1" based on variable "V1"
V1 = 1
Goto "Page 1"
V1 = 0
V2 = 1
Goto "Page 2"
V2 = 0
V3 = 1
Goto "Page 3"
V3 = 0
V4 = 1
Goto "Page 4"
Beep and Do something to show error occured and no variable was set
Create a button called "TV1" that calls button "LEVEL1" when it is pressed. Some button/macro has to set V1 - V4 in a "1" state for anything to happen.
|OP | Post 19 made on Wednesday October 4, 2006 at 16:35|
Thanks! That sounds like a perfect solution.
|Post 20 made on Wednesday October 4, 2006 at 16:55 |
Thanks JP! Excellent help, and for the rest of us to learn from!
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