Only downside is that macros are not able to check for file existence.
That function would make it possible to check for 'flag files' which are created by batchfiles outside IRSS.
For example, when computer starts, a batch file creates a file called 'flag.txt'
Maybe I miss something, but through a macro IRSS is not able to tell if this file exists.
Otherwise it would be 5 star.
One other question:
Can I donate to author directly or do I have to donate to 'team-mediaportal' ?
When the singleseat is started by a remote client no TV or AMP has to turn on.
I managed this by using a batchfile which parses the 'suspend' 'resume' 'awaymode' and 'onrun' arguments.
These will trigger a IRSS macro which blasts IR code.
Soon I will post this solution somewhere one the forum, because I think there are more people using a similair setup.
One important question remains:
Do I have to donate to 'team-mediaportal' or is it possible to donate to the author directly? I really like to give a donation for the fact that this made me happy :-)
I am happpy that you love the PS++ plugin, but I do not want to get money for it. So I would ask you to give your donation to the MediaPortal team.