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    Multiple commands from your Radio Preset buttons

    Has anyone come up with some code that allows multiple commands to be called from the preset button.
    What I am trying to do is have 12 presets, 6 FM and 6 AM. Which would be assigned to only 6 buttons. FM presets would be active when the FMAM indication is OFF, and AM when FMAM indicator ON.
    Code similar to this.
    BYIND;FMAM;FMPRESET;PRESET1<<FMPRESET;PRESET6

    This code does not allow you to add the station to the preset button, but does switch to the preset when in either FM or AM according to the indicator.
    I would like to be able to add to the preset button as if it was this code.
    FMPRESET;PRESET1
    This would also allow for multiple presests, tons of them. My Head Unit allows multiple presets to only a few buttons. I have FM1, FM2 FM3 and AM.
    This is what I am trying to do.
    ANY IDEAS, PLEASE....
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    Add a button hold command to the button and it should work...

    Code:
    "BYIND;FMAM;FMPRESET;PRESET1<<FMPRESET;PRESET6",@BYIND;FMAM;!FMPRESET;PRESET1<<!FMPRESET;PRESET6"@
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    Thanks I will give this a try tommorrow when I have more time.
    Guino, allways a help...
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    Quote Originally Posted by guino View Post
    Code:
    !FMPRESET;PRESET1
    
    
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    Dam! That's heckava a lot simpler than the script I wrote to access the press & hold function when using "FMPRESET" on a button.

    Thanks G!
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    Thanks alot guino works great.. DID have to modify it slightly figured typo on your end...
    Any way here is the working code.
    Code:
    "BYIND;FMAM;FMPRESET;PRESET12<<FMPRESET;PRESET6",@BYIND;FMAM;!FMPRESET;PRESET12<<!FMPRESET;PRESET6@,
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    your first post also had it as "1" instead of "12" -- I really just copied/pasted it :P
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