Originally Posted by mdavej
Hmm... I have no problem with IE10 or 11 preview for that matter.
Anyway, I think your "Exit" strategy is the wrong approach. You need to have activities that do things, not undo things, like Watch Cable, Watch Netflix, whatever, and have a single Goodnight activity to shut everything down. With your Exit activity, of course you are going to have ambiguous situations where there is no known key mapping because who knows what devices you'll use next. So I recommend setting up activities as above with all the appropriate key mappings, i.e., transport and channel keys mapped to the cable device when you Watch Cable.
If you still need to exit Netflix, just add the commands you use today with the appropriate delays. I'm surprised Panasonic doesn't have a Netflix button that you could use instead of navigating the menus.
Thanks for replying. The EZ Remote website wouldn't load for me in IE10, no problem in IE9
I originally assumed hitting one of my other activities, eg Watch Cable, would work when I wanted to switch from watching Netflix, (or other streaming), but they don't work, as the TV will not leave Netflix without answering "Do you want to leave Netflix?" That would mean having a separate activity for Watch Cable and for Watch Cable After You Have Been Watching Netflix. It's not a problem switching from watching a BD, or even from watching streaming through a Roku, but the built in streaming in the TV is preventing me from using my regular activities to move away from it.
I'm going to play with it some more to figure out a more elegant solution. Trust me, using an Exit Streaming activity is not how I had the Xsight set up before got the new TV with built in streaming. BTW, the remote for the TV does have a Netflix button, but it's not showing up in the button choices for that remote in EZ Remote, even though I input the exact model numbers for the TV and the remote.