01-02-2012 10:16 AM
I'm not sure exactly why the ability to create a sequence in the Harmony 900 software is gone but we NEED IT BACK!
Also when will we ever see new Harmony remote software that is full screen instead of having to scroll thru every page. I mean c'mon most everyone has a big computer screen so utilitze that space.
01-03-2012 03:35 PM - edited 01-03-2012 03:35 PM
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01-05-2012 05:59 PM
My upgrade from a 880 turned out to be a downgrade! since the 900 cannot do sequences.
There are functions on my dvd player that don't have a direct command (ones buried in a menu).
Therefore the only way to toggle the function, is with a sequence of commands.
With the 900 I have to manually press a bunch of buttons in order to toggle the feature.
THE 900 IS A STEP BACKWARDS in that regard.
REMOVING SUPPORT for sequences
is like deciding ABS brakes aren't necessary in cars anymore.
Sure you can stop still, but why would you want to downgrade!!!!!!
08-03-2012 11:47 AM
...and once again Logitech gives the middle finger to it's customers.
They claim there wasn't enough interest in sequences, which is automatically a lie. They have no idea what we do with their remotes. It's not like every user writes in with a detailed description of how they are programming Harmonys.
The number of users complaining about the removal of sequences proves there was plenty of interest.
Just like with the Revue, these guys do anything BUT listen to their customers.
Im sure this will get me banned, so I better go 'sign' the petition now.