Universal Remote Control Universal Remote MX 900 User Manual

Programming Manual  
for the MX-950, MX-900 and TX-1000  
Unleashing the MX-950 Core Engine  
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The MX-950 “Core Engine”  
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The MX-950 “Core Engine”  
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New Programming Features:  
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All three applications, MX-950, MX-900 and TX-1000 share all the convenience and speed of MX-3000 Editor  
combined with the simple, straightforward interface of the MX-850. You’ll find that many things that were diffi-  
cult or impossible to do with MX-850 are now very easy to do with the MX-950 Core Engine:  
Drag and Drop single IR Commands without creating a new device  
Multiple page jumps during macros for easy programming of Status Messages  
Better Text display. TX-1000 allows six characters per label, MX-900 allows seven and MX-950  
allows up to eleven!  
Nesting - All three remotes enable you to modularzie your code with one macro “nested” as a single  
step inside another macro.  
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No need for Shortcuts - If you need a ROUTED command from one device on another device,  
record a macro of a single step. This will respond exactly the way the original button does, including  
repeating while the button is held, but is routed via the original commands routing.  
All three remotes can now be programmed with a Navigate - Page jump, which allows you to pro-  
gram buttons with a BACK button that takes them back to the last device they were on.  
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Only MX-950 and TX-1000 can change the color of the backlighting per device. MX-900 has blue  
backlighting only.  
Only MX-950 can change the TEXT label of a button during a macro.  
Only MX-950 can use GRAPHICS on the LCD screen.  
Only MX-950 can use SOUNDS in macros.  
Only MX-950 can use VARIABLES in macros.  
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