Originally Posted by fcb
I think the point is that the U-Verse remote, like the D* remote I used to use, should have a button that toggles closed captioning on and off.
And thanks, I also never noticed the enter button by the number keys.
Then you need to look a little closer, or get your glasses changed if you wear any. If not, may want to go and have your eyes checked, due to the Enter key has always been that last key on the lower right hand corner of the remote, since the service has been around.
As for a one key macro to do something, like automatically engage or turn off CC, you can do that with remotes like the Logitech Harmony series. Personally I swear that there are types that are out there, that no matter how small the matter is, they are going to complain about it as loud as they can, and this is becoming a old topic of people whining that they need to go through so many steps to turn on and off CC. I can say this first hand with someone on my wife's side that is hard of hearing, that they leave CC on all the time, the family leaves it that way, because it is her tv, and not ours.
If a person cannot go through the very few steps it takes to turn on or off CC, then how in the world are they able to operate a motor vehicle, use a computer, let alone, change the channel, or turn on or off their tv.
I went with the Logitech Harmony 300 remote, when we got our Vizio Soundbar, then just recently upgraded to the Harmony 650, which allows for a few more bells and whistles, and have no complaints, about the number of steps it takes to do a procedure, whether it is page through the menu in the app screen to make changes on our Blu-Ray player, AVRS, U-Verse DVR.
But then again, this dead horse will continue to be beaten until nothing is left of it, because people are too spoiled these days, and want everything sooo easy, that they do not have to go through the steps they need to do. Also makes me wonder, how they are able to prepare meals, or go to work to perform their job, because it is just too hard to do so much.