Thanks for the response Justin!

When I set repeat = 1 or repeat = 2 in .lircrc, I have the opposite problem. A single button press generates multiple events. When I set it to repeat = 0 or repeat = 3, then I can't press the button twice in a row. It works the first time, then I have to press it two more times to generate the event (the second button press appears to be detected as a repeat).

I've tried changing the gap parameter in lircd.conf, but that doesn't help either. If I set it too low, a single button press generates two events. I can't seem to find a config that is a happy medium - each button press generates a single event.

-LDB

On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 2:23 PM, Justin Smith <justinsmith2009@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Laura,

In your .lircrc file where you want to repeat this, just add repeat 1
and the codes should repeat.

Example:

begin
       prog=irxevent
       button=Up
       flags=quit
       repeat=1
end

Justin

On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 10:24 AM, Laura Donovan Bannister
<geekgerl@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
>
> My remote is working fine with LIRC, except when I press the same button
> multiple times. In these instances, the first press is processed and the
> second is ignored. I'm assuming that lircd is detecting the subsequent
> button press as a repeat, but so far I haven't found a pair of values for
> the repeat/delay parameters that work. On my remote, each button press
> generates 3 IR signals, for example:
>
> $ irw
> 0000000000000009 00 RightArrow HarmonyOne
> 0000000000000009 01 RightArrow HarmonyOne
> 0000000000000009 02 RightArrow HarmonyOne
>
> If anyone could recommend a repeat/delay configuration that might work in
> this instance, I would greatly appreciate it.
>
> Thanks so much, and sorry for the newbie question :)
>
> -Laura
>
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