posted this on November 03, 2011 06:45 am
Using the Iomega TV Remote Control
The Iomega TV remote control includes standard navigation controls on one side for browsing and playing media files and selecting options in Boxee. The other side has a full QWERTY keyboard for entering text, search terms, or web URLs.
To use the QWERTY keyboard, turn the remote control over and press the Unlock key on the lower left of the keyboard. This unlocks the keyboard and locks the navigation keys. After using the keyboard, press any key on the navigation side to unlock the navigation/player controls.
NOTE: Always point the remote control towards the receiver on the front of the Iomega TV.
Display the Boxee Home screen
Volume Decrease/ Volume Increase/ Mute
Increase/ Decease or set the volume on Mute
Power on/off For usage details, see Power Off Disconnect.
Up / Down / Left / Right
Move the selection highlight left/right/up/down or navigate through the options
OK/ Play/ Pause
Select an option or menu / Enter Toggle settings options Play / pause playback
Skip Back / Rewind/ Skip forward / Fast forward
Press once to skip backward/ forward during playback. Press and hold for fast rewind/ fast forward during playback
Return to previous screen. Display the content search bar
Search for a specific media file
Press the Unlock key on the lower left of the keyboard to enable use of the QWERTY keyboard. This unlocks the keyboard and locks the navigation keys. After using the keyboard, press any key on the navigation side to unlock the navigation/player controls.
NOTE: If you accidentally press one of the navigation keys while you are using the QWERTY keyboard, it will lock the keyboard. Press Unlock again to continue using the keyboard.
By default, the keyboard enters lowercase letters. To enter a single capital letter, press and release the CAPS key, then press the desired letter. To enter multiple capital letters, you need to press and release the CAPS key before each letter you want capitalized.
To enter an extended character, press and release the ALT or ALTGr keys, then press a letter key to select the color-matched extended character on the key. As with capital letters, you need to press the appropriate Alt key each time you want to enter an extended character.