I've attached the first version of it. (edit: attachment removed)
When adding it the ip and port of the Onkyo device has to be configured.
The only action it currently supports is SendCommand which takes a ISCP command string as only config option.
To get a list of all ISCP commands search the web or install Michaels aweome OyRemote which could be found here: http://blog.krautsourced.com/?page_id=284
@Michael: if you're reading this it would be great to share a list of commands and maybe the icon.
Version 0.02 brings Perl style versioning and auto-reconnect after long periods of inactivity (is there a way to test a python socket if its still connected?).
Please include in the next EventGhost dist!
By the way, I'm not really a programmer.. jet^^ (sorry for the german language in the code) I just wanted you to know that I changed the plugin a bit - and I think it is better now (of course I tested it a few days)
It doesn't matter to me if you change my code again - I just wanted to help
I can send commands using oyremote & using the webpage with the static IP, eg. !1PWR01 will turn the power on, but the same command won't work in EventGhost.
Any ideas what I'm doing wrong?
did you ever try it without the "!1" in the beginning?
On my TX-NR509 it worked just fine when sending "PWR01" or "MVL20" for example.
If you want to know some more commands to send, look at this:
https://github.com/rmhall/AVR-Remote/bl ... VR_120.xls
It says it's connected and if I use my Pronto remote to change volume levels, inputs etc., then it will report the correct information.
Maybe it's the way my network is set up, but it's strange that it works with the webpage and oyremote, but just not EventGhost.
For what it's worth, my Windows 7 64-bit network is setup like this:
I have two network cards in my PC, one is connected to the Internet, the other is connected to my pre-pro. None of them use crossover cable.
The Internet connection NIC is shared (192.168.168.101) to the pre-pro NIC (192.168.168.112)
My pre-pro is set to 192.168.168.111 with the default port of 60128
On both NICs & pre-pro:
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
DHCP enabled on the Internet NIC
DHCP disabled on the other two
Using IPv4 rather than 6
I have ordered a switch, so I don't have to share the Internet with the other NIC, in order to hopefully get it to work without a crossover cable, but maybe someone can see what I've done wrong in the interim.