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You can drag and drop a programmed button/label to any empty button. If there are no empty buttons, simply
delete unused buttons first, then re arrange as desired. Drag and drop requires that you click and hold on a button,
then move to the new location and let go of the mouse button.
A hidden page is accessible during MACRO programming but the end user cannot manually access the page using
the PAGE button. If all pages are hidden, the end user cannot access the hard buttons of the device either, essentially
creating a HIDDEN DEVICE. This is the only way to prevent the automatic jump action that occurs on the MAIN
menu for any DEVICE LCD button. You HIDE pages using the HIDE checkbox. However, you must hide pages from
NTT. You cannot hide page 1, you must move buttons to page 4 and hide page 4. Once
page 4 is hidden, you are allowed to hide page 3; after page 4 and page 3 are hidden, you may hide page 2. Only
after page 4, 3 and 2 are hidden may you hide page 1.
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FAV or the Favorites device has five pages, thus you cannot view all pages at once in LCD button editor. However,
two scroll buttons (normally grayed out) become active when you are editing FAV. By utilizing these buttons, you can
edit and view pages 1 through 4 or 2 through 5.
Shortcuts Copying Existing Buttons
Any button on MAIN or a Device (not FAV buttons) can be programmed with a shortcut to another button. When
you program a shortcut the
icon will appear next to the button. When a button is programmed with a shortcut,
it is essentially an exact copy of the other button regardless of how it is programmed (Learned IR, IR Database or
Macro). Since a shortcut can copy a macro, it is the only way you can get a hard button to issue a macro (you
program the macro on an LCD button on a hidden page somewhere, but the end user issues it by pressing a
hard button programmed with a shortcut).To program a shortcut:
1 Select the button you want to program.
2 Open the Edit and Label Buttons window if it is
3 Pull down the Device list and select the device
where the button you want to copy is located.
4 Pull down the IR Code list and select the button
you want by clicking on it.
5 Click on SAVE.