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Setting up a context-sensitive remote
I found out about Homey a couple of days ago and I am very excited about this hopefully pretty amazing product (directly ordered it of course). :-)
However, I still would love to have a physical remote for a couple of tasks and that's why I wanted to ask if it is possible to set up a context-sensitive remote?
For example: if I have the TV input on TV, the remote would work as a regular TV remote with sound control of the audio system, if the input is on Apple TV, it would control the ATV and if the TV is off, it would control the lights for example.
This is just a sample situation, I am sure that there are a lot of great uses for that.
I would also like to know if it could be done with the remote of the new Apple TV, I love this simple remote and think it would be an amazing companion to Homey.
Or maybe someone knows another nice, clean and simple remote that would work for that job?
PS: I might have to add that I would love to get rid of my Harmony Ultimate, I just hate that remote (it's a shame that this is the supposed best universal remote on the market).