09-23-2009 09:44 AM
I'm trying to update my Logitech Harmony One remote. I'm trying to change the custom buttons that will show up on the touch screen, but whenever I click in the text box I don't get a curser. Also if I try to backspace it doesn't delete anything and if I try to type it just acts as a search through the list of functions that will be assigned to the button, I can't rename anything.
I don't know if it makes any difference, but I'm using Mac OS X Snow Leopard (10.6)
09-23-2009 06:01 PM
09-23-2009 06:16 PM
11-26-2009 06:20 AM - edited 11-26-2009 06:21 AM
This problem is not only custom buttons but all text entry boxes are disabled. This happens with everyone I have checked with that uses Harmony Software on Mac OS X. The only way to fix it is to re-start the Harmony Software. Logitech needs to fix this!
01-19-2010 12:23 PM
I have the same problem, and restarting the software doesn't always fix it. Sometimes updating the remote will fix it, temporarily. This never happened before, it must be a new thing. It's very annoying!
12-23-2011 11:58 AM
Since this is the top google search result for this issue I will post here the solution. The Logitech software deslikes the 64-bit Java. Go to the preferences page, select Java Preferences and drag the 32-bit version to the top. Then restart the software. You can now input values into the labels.
Hope this helps someone.
09-17-2012 12:36 PM
For those of us with Snow Leopard, text entry can be enabled by running Java Preferences.app, and dragging the 32 bit Java machine above the 64 bit version. not sure if this causes problems elsewhere, but right now I don't care. HOWEVER, if you have the bad luck to hit DONE after customizing some buttons, DO NOT hit 'Customize Buttons' again on the main screen, because it will discard all your edits.