On Mon, Apr 4, 2011 at 3:33 PM, fnu <v...@auktion.hostingkunde.de> wrote:
> ===
> Your theory that the RGYB color scheme is a worldwide standard with only 
> cheap obscure non-media remotes being 'non-compliant' has already been thrown 
> out the window.  I don't know why you think pasting a link to an Italian 
> website can somehow resurrect the dead theory.  Btw, no link you ever paste 
> will outweigh what color scheme people see on their physical remotes.  If you 
> want to argue about it further then contact Panasonic, Sony, and your friends 
> at Logitech to start with.
> ===
> Well, that's a claim.
> It's not just any italian URL, this is the main page of the inventor and 
> license holder for "TOP Teletext". This is the company where all manufacturer 
> do pay their license fees to, if their TV set do provide this function. The 
> invention of T(able) O(f) P(ages) Teletext brought us the colored keys on TV 
> remotes 25 years ago, not surprisingly in the order R(ed) G(reen) Y(ellow) 
> B(lue).
> Fifteen years later, Klaus adopt these common keys and standardized this 
> order, RGYB, for his awesome and incredible solution VDR, as they are 
> anywhere available, except on some trashy ones ...

...shakes head...  Please refer to my previous post, then let's not
continue this foolishness on the VDR ml ok?  Ok.

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