I recently purchased Demopad for my iPad and so far I'm happy for the most part. The software is difficult to understand and the learning curve is pretty steep but once you get the hang of flags, it becomes a powerful tool. I would really like to see the ability to reorder the actions of a button for organizational purposes. It's very hard to understand what's happening when you have a list of 20+ flags being set with one button press and your list looks like 0.0, 0.2, 0.4, 0.1, 0.0, 0.2, etc with the delays.
I'm a little disappointed to see this thread dying down and the iRule thread so active. Demopad is much more powerful and has greater potential but iRule is easier to use and I'm assuming that's why it's more popular. For people like myself, I enjoy tinkering and getting the most out of my remote in terms of customization. I'd like to see what the devs of this app have to say about the future. I'm a little concerned I just dropped 40 dollars on an app that's dying. So far I've received excellent customer support with speedy responses so that's encouraging (they helped me resolve sending IP commands to my HTPC and Networking AVR).
I have one thing I can't seem to figure out logically so I was wondering if anybody had any ideas. Basically when I click a menu button to change the source in my remote a series of flags are set to hide and reveal sections and buttons with fancy transitions. There are lots of dependencies being set and it's all quite a complicated flag changing system. If I press one menu button and then quickly press another menu button before it disappears then the flags being set by those two buttons conflict. I would like a way to set an action 'lock' on each button so that when I click a button, all other buttons are temporarily disabled until that button completes all of its actions. Any ideas?
Let's get this thread going again!